“The Process Model” organizes the naturally recurring parts of your entire development so you can put the principles of the Adult Learning Method and Inchworm into action day after day. It improves results-oriented thinking and leads to a consistently high level of performance while maintaining steady improvement. Find out how to use it inside.
Making the full switch to Social Dynamics has brought a few interesting problems. One of which being: "What should my goals be when I go out?" This problem stumped me for awhile but recently I was finally able to find the answer. This is a game changer. Don't miss out.
You're awake for 16 hours during the day, of which you'll constantly be thinking. Thinking about what you can do, thinking about what you can't do. Your mind is constantly working, all day, spending mental energy. So what are you spending your mental energy on? Read this article to find out how you can use this to your advantage, and shift your focus from what you can't do, to what you can do.
I love epiphanies. This one is so obvious but it only finally hit me recently. Inside you will learn what it is, and one more small mindset that will help you grow the quickest.
On Saturday I got news from a student I taught in Spring 2010 that him and his long-term girlfriend are expecting! To say I’m ecstatic about this news would be an understatement. Does this finally prove that getting involved in social dynamics is actually one of the smartest decisions you can make? Does this finally prove that learning social dynamics works, and gets real results? My thoughts on this inside.
Every once in awhile I stumble upon a concept that in theory should be exactly the same as with another skill, but the real life application of it is the total opposite… no matter how ridiculous it is. That’s what I want to talk about today: one concept that in theory should be no different then in other skill-sets, but the application of it is different - and it's holding you back!