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How the 7 levels of awareness interact with goals
How the 7 levels of awareness interact with goals


 
 
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"Your business is a reflection of your leadership."

When I was 25 years old, I made a dramatic shift from working as a paralegal in a law firm into sales.  After a week of training, I was sent out into the field to sell.  Immediately it became painfully obvious that I needed some knowledge and I needed it quickly.  Fortunately for me I was led to Napoleon Hill’s classic Think & Grow Rich.  Within a year, I went from the bottom of the totem pole to the top sales representative; a position that I maintained throughout my career.

There were lots of books out there on sales techniques.  I read hundreds of them; but the biggest shifts that I ever made were based on the studying that I did about myself.  You see, the more I know about me, the more I know about you.

I also learned that once I had my purpose defined for what I was doing, focused on understanding other people’s purpose for what they were doing and then looking for ways to serve them; amazing things happened in my business.  Conversely whenever my focus was on money, it just didn’t flow as well.  But when committed to helping others get what they wanted or needed, the money rolled in.

Ever since first discovering Napoleon Hill’s book and seeing the results that I achieved after applying those principles, I have invested thousands and thousands of hours and dollars on learning.  I have attended countless seminars, workshops, teleseminars and conferences along with reading many books.

In 2001 after making my 4th international move, I made a decision to teach the best of what I have learned over the years.  I truly believe if someone takes what I teach them, they can easily shave 15 to 20 years off of their learning curve and immediately start realizing phenomenal results.

When I was based in London, I worked with many small and medium sized companies and quickly realized that many of their problems stemmed from their lack of leadership skills along with a serious lack of self-knowledge.

Then when I moved to Vienna, I was seeing the same theme.  It was at that point that I decided to write a how-to guide for leadership in today’s economy which also gives the individual a clearer understanding of themselves.  I did not originate many of the ideas in the book, but what I have done is put these ideas together in a way that I believe will help everyone that applies them to greater level of success.

Leadership is a mindset and I want to show people how they can create the leadership mindset they desire in their organization and in their life.

 
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