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Unprecedented Results

Here’s how to establish a foundation that will serve your creating unprecedented results:

  • Know and trust that you are your most valuable asset.
  • Know that people will be better for having interacted with you.
  • Demonstrate honesty and integrity.
  • Keep your promises.
  • If you break a promise, remedy it in a manner that thrills the other person and reestablishes trust in the relationship.
  • If you have to renegotiate a promise, do it in a manner that the other person wins “big”.
  • Be early or as least on time for appointments.
  • Use a planner to write down your appointments and “things to do”.
  • What “things to do” you didn’t get done today, transfer to the plans for the next day.
  • Keep completing “things to do” and moving forward.
  • Use an alarm clock to remind you of an appointment so you are free to create in the moment.
  • Keep your mind free from clutter and unnecessary distractions.
  • Keep your belongings in order.
  • Know where everything you need is located.
  • If you work on the phone, get a headset.
  • Write with your “magic” pen.
  • Listen to what the other person is saying and not saying.
  • Leave people happier than you found them.
  • Ask questions and take an interest in people.
  • Be kind and generous.
  • Deliver more than the person wants and needs.
  • Have your response be kind and one that serves the other person.
  • Focus on and take action toward what will forward accomplishing your goals.
  • Find out what is important to the person, deliver it and/or help them get it.
  • Be so attentive and helpful that you are an unforgettable experience.
  • Tell the person how much you value them.
  • Ask the person if there is anything you can do for them.
  • Pay attention to the details and handle the details.
  • Make the person feel as if they are the most important person in the world.
  • Complete one action. Take another action. Complete that action. Repeat.
  • Be present and in the moment.
  • Say you do not know when you do not know.
  • If you say you will find out and get back to them … do it.
  • Do not gossip or listen to gossip.
  • Only compete with your last performance so you do it better next time.
  • Steer clear of drama and negative people.
  • When you need help, ask the person that can give you what you need.
  • Focus on what interests others and in that people will find you interesting.
  • Give superior service that stands apart from others.
  • If you get in a bad mood … go for a walk and look at what is around you until you feel better.
  • When you feel like snapping someone’s head off, count to 10 and respond with kindness.
  • Separate yourself from unethical and negative people.
  • Keep moving forward and keep your eyes on the goal.
  • Create a life and take actions that serve you and everyone you touch.

Be known by your friends and colleagues as the person who has integrity and will get the job done in a manner that is better than what was envisioned. Delivering more than what is asked for works. Even if the “more” that you deliver is simply kindness, appreciation and leaving a person happier.

Stand on your personal integrity and be willing to better yourself each step of the way. It is valuable to be willing to change your mind in the face of knowledge that will help you to be a better person. Be willing to learn ways to be a better person, be more strategic, be more helpful, be more creative, stay focused on what your purpose is in life and live into being the best you possible.

Make decisions in life based upon your own rational and experience. Everyone has an opinion or an experience that could influence you. If you listen to what other people have to say that is negative, you could be compromising your own integrity. Trust your integrity and rational to do the right thing. If you have to have run something by another person, go to a person who is where you want to be and that you trust to help you in a way that will result in your being a better person.

Here’s an example of how one person can influence another: I had a trusted friend that told me about her experience of being on a ropes course that was a course wherein a person would hang front side up, facing a rope that was strung about 100 feet across a canyon with a 300 foot drop to the floor and the person had to get from one side of the canyon to the other by using their hands to pull themselves to the other side.

The idea was for a person to break the boundaries of what they thought they could accomplish. She told me how horrifying her experience was of getting across the canyon. Listening to this left me afraid to participate in that particular event, although I had already signed up and was going to the ropes course.  So, the moment comes that I arrive to this event. Looking at the rope stretched across the canyon, all I could think of was what my friend had said to me and I was literally shaking.

The event was set up in a manner that there was no way a person could get hurt, although the mind can go crazy in the face of looking at such a challenge. The coordinator gave me instructions, hooked me up to a “life line” that insured my safety and told me to “go”. Hanging below and facing the rope that was stretched across the canyon, I began to pull myself to the other side. Piece of cake!

When I reached the midway point, the coordinator told me to stop, let go of the rope and relax my body into a “free fall position” … I did. I was safe. I looked up at the sky and down at the canyon floor. It was exhilarating! I got to the other side, took off the “life line” gear and looked back across the canyon as I reflected on what I had just done, how simple it was and how good I felt.

I realized that because I had listened to my friend tell me her horror story about the event that it left me afraid to do something that I had zero possibility of getting hurt and it turned out to be fun for me.

The point is, trust your experience and watch out for other people giving you bad news that can shade your ability to experience your own greatness.

I invite you to participate in a 30 day exercise and eliminate the following actions in your life:

  • Do not watch television.
  • Do not read the newspaper.
  • Do not listen to the news on the radio.
  • If you must listen to the radio, do not listen to commercials; switch channels.
  • Do not listen to songs that are dreary, mean-spirited or negative.

You have creative control in how you feed your mind and spend your time. If you feed your mind with truthful and positive information, can you see that you will be causing your life to be happier?

With Life Coaching you can learn perspective and workable tools to maximize on your ability to create unprecedented results.

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Please let me know how I may be of assistance to you and how it goes with the experiment!

Janie

Ethically changing the world one person at a time!

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