Kick Butt Principles + Behaviours


prin·ci·ples + be·hav·iours [n]: "Whether you think you can or whether you think you can't, you're right." Henry Ford knew that everything starts in the "upstairs drawer". What's an upstairs drawer? Simply put, it's your head therefore your beliefs. In this section, we share concepts, methodologies and winning strategies that will help re-wire your upstairs drawer to dramatically improve the way you do business. After all, you are what you believe!

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Principle #11 | Call A Spade A Spade

Learning to make better and faster decisions is key if you want to thrive in business. In this screencast, we reveal the concept of “calling a spade a spade” and how this concept can help you lighten the load to create more momentum.

The-e-Myth

Are Your 3 Winning Business Personalities Aligned?

Learn what 3 personalities are necessary for you to have to succeed in business, and what you can do to ensure these 3 personalities are alive, aligned and well within you. This principle is based on Michael Gerber’s e-Myth Revisited which is a must-read if you want to build a business versus simply being self-employed.

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A Kick-Ass Half Is Better Than A Half-Assed Whole

Yes…this is very true. It’s better to have a kick-ass half than a half-assed whole! Now, I am not talking about perfectionism here, I am talking about staying realistic with completing your projects and To Dos. Find out more about this simple principle that has the power to revolutionize the way you work.

The art of enrolling new clients

HOW TO EASILY ENROLL MORE NEW CLIENTS

Want to learn how to “close the deal” with prospective clients? I have had the opportunity to be mentored by many world-class sales and conversion experts in the past 15 years and have learned A LOT about mindset, the art of enrollment and overcoming objections. I want to share with you a training video recorded for a client in preparation for their 3 day LIVE event.

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Priority vs. Enthusiasm

Do you have too many “Must-Do To Dos”? Do you often have a million great ideas and don’t quite know how to manage them all? Well, this one’s for you! Learn the key principle that will help you decrease your To Do List by decreasing your “creativeness”.

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Is Everything On Your Plate Urgent & Important?

If you said YES to this question…then you are in boiling water. Being able to differentiate between what’s Urgent and what’s Important is key. Not all important tasks are urgent and not all urgent tasks are important. Here is a quick video to help you decipher and determine your priorities.

Zero-Tolerance

3 Simple Steps To A Tolerance-Free Life.

Ahhh…tolerances. Big or small, they are there, toying with us every single day. Some tolerances have been with us for years…some have moved in recently. I have always had a fairly low tolerance level, but in the last few years, I have sharpened my ZERO Tolerance skill and made it my priority to uncover, assess and fire my tolerances. After all, we only have one life to live and this is a simple way to help smooth out the ride.

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Principle #4 | What You See Is NOT What You Have To Get!

“That’s NOT how it’s done in my industry” is one hell of a bullshit statement…yet, I hear it from small business owners on a daily basis. Want to bet I can prove you wrong on that one? Find out how you can run your business YOUR WAY by creating rules and innovations that will shake up your industry and make you money!

Tiny-Decisions

Making Tiny Decisions

Why are making tiny decisions so important you might ask? Well, because it has everything to do with you successfully moving your business to the next level…that’s why! In this recording, learn why it’s so important to make tiny decisions and the one key concept that will revolutionize how you do everything from this day forward!

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Principle #3 | Sit Where The Sun Don’t Shine

Most of us have no problem lingering in our successes, but how willing are you to stay when things turn the corner? Learn why being with failure is just as important as celebrating your success, as well as the one simple but crucial action you can take today to leverage your mistakes.

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