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Author: Brett Blair

Commit, already! It’s a powerful thing.

SUMMARY: Commitment is a powerful tool. For a long time, I’ve said I need to grow my professional network. However, I never acted on this until recently. What made this happen? I committed to it and I set a practical, measurable goal for building business relationships. I got out of my house and went to spaces where I could be around people. I committed to attending 39 events each quarter, which is three events each week. From there, I set a goal to meet individually with 18 people from these events. This is working well for me, but none...

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One Way to Stop Your Business from Struggling

Summary: If you have had some struggle in your business and you think there is some strategy out there or missing piece of information that you need, I want to challenge you to rethink this. What you need, in fact, is to adjust your mindset. Mindset is the series of beliefs that you’ve generated within you over a period of time. You can change and adopt a mindset that contributes to your success. If you’ve identified you’ve been operating in a mindset that is holding you back, here’s how you can change it: 1. Write down a goal. 2....

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3 Tips for Overcoming Resistance

Summary: One of the biggest things that our clients have challenges with is overcoming internal resistance. We love helping our clients overcome this. We’re excited to give you a glimpse into some of how we do this with clients. Here are there ways to get rid of that annoying resistance and tackle your work freely: 1. Approach your work like a professional. Approach it like someone who loves their work and knows there is no other choice but to do it. Finding someone to hold you accountable throughout the day is key. This is where a coach can really...

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Who is your core group?

Summary: I have worked with almost every client of mine to address an across-the-board challenge – the challenge of spending time with those who are going to encourage them in their growth. The people with whom you spend the most are in your “core” — they are the main relationships in your life. Jim Rohn is famous for saying that we become the average of the five people with whom we spend the most time. I say these five people make up your core. Like Michael Dell and Confucius have said, if you find yourself the smartest in the...

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Who do you want to be? What do you want to do?

Summary: To live your best life, you must generate clarity. This means knowing, at your core, what is most important to you. It’s about realizing the foundational things that characterize who you want to be. For me, I want to be the best father and husband I can possibly be. When people talk to me about clarity, they often mention it in reference to their career. They often know, in general, what’s fulfilling to them, but they tend to struggle with self-doubt – “it would be really awesome to have that career, but I’m not cut out for it.”...

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