Would you like to discover what's really holding you back?
Read this Revolutionary new eBook. Understand the Importance of WHY and Discover Your Compelling Reason to Take Action in both Business and Your Daily Life.
Discover Your Compelling Reason to Take Action in both Business & Everyday Life
Do you struggle to make progress because you can't see how to take the next step?
Are you frustrated because no matter what you do, you seem to keep going in circles?
Do you feel as though you're in a mental rut?
Read books or PDFs on how to become more productive, avoid distractions, and overcome procrastination, or
Listened to podcasts, or
Watched videos or attended webinars
. . . all of which claim that they will teach you how to be more productive - to get your work done . . .
But . . . They all say pretty much the same thing.
Not only that, but you hate spending hours and hours trolling through a lot of material that's mostly fluff and which in the end doesn't get you any closer to your goals than you were when you started.
It will help you to defeat the problems - the things that hold you back - rather than just treat the symptoms like the other stuff you've been watching, listening to, and reading.
Bruce, I'm writing to tell you that your psychological insights about motivation, success, taking action and especially the deep understanding of "why" we think and do the things we do, are priceless! You have a very special knack for being able to cut deep and understand why someone is struggling, and the right psychological process for bringing them out of the struggle.
Your daily emails are worth their weight in gold . . . and I'm waiting to see your big program, because it's going to radically change lives.
Author, Anyone Can Coach
Here are a couple of sample videos that will help you to understand how I can help you to motivate yourself so that you'll take action.
Without Action, Nothing Happens.
When I taught MBA students, I explained that a theory was nothing more than a possible explanation of the facts. Now these were just the facts that we knew about. They weren’t necessarily the most important ones. In fact, they could easily have been the least significant ones. And they weren’t all of the facts. They could’ve been a…Read More
It’s altogether too common to hear leaders, whether in companies or governments, try to absolve themselves of the responsibility for something catastrophic by speaking of the lessons that they have learned. Although some humility usually accompanies such admissions, the overall message seems to be that “we didn’t know any better.” Just learning lessons doesn’t solve…Read More
In 1952, Norman Vincent Peale published a book entitled The Power of Positive Thinking. To date, it has sold more than five million copies. Despite its popularity, there have been critics. By and large, they have suggested that positive thinking is an oversimplified solution to the complex problems that life throws at you; that you can’t simply “look…Read More