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Break Your Limits
 
Your limits will prevent you from going to the next level that you desire. You can be an excellent leader, build a unicorn start-up, or be a great parent. However, what brought you so far may not take you there.
How Does It Work?
Limits to our thinking root from an experience that may have served us well in the past. For example, a person raised in a family who sought perfection may have received high grades and other excellent achievements. However, this perfection can be limiting when the person is asked to lead a team. To that person, no one may be as good as him/her in completing the task, and so the person may be defensive and ineffective in team leadership settings.

Impact of Retaining Limits
  • You may miss your performance objectives.
  • You may stop short of completing your intentions.
  • You may no longer have the confidence to succeed.
Why Improve Your Network?
Classic limiting beliefs
  • I can’t trust other people.
  • Everything must be perfect.
  • I need perfect information.
  • I need to be in control.
  • I am not good enough/not worthy.
  • I can’t show vulnerability.
  • I need to be the hero.
  • Conflict is bad.
False assumptions
  • Prophesying about the future.
  • Tyranny of either/or thinking.
  • All or nothing thinking.
  • Myopic thinking.
  • Reading one’s mind.
  • Stuck in the past thinking.
  • Absolute judgment - someone “is”.
  • Confirmation bias.
  • Cognitive dissonance.
  • Beautiful lies vs. ugly truths.
  • Dreaming without doing.
False Priority
  • I would rather be X than successful

    X = Right, Smart, Look good, Safe, Avoid conflict, Popular/Liked


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Leaders Only

Only leaders who wish to make a difference in society and their organizations will be accepted for membership. Your desire to make that difference is essential in group coaching/mastermind sessions, as we will work together to solve complex problems.

One key component of leadership is coachability. A coachable person desires to improve by welcoming feedback from others and through introspection. Therefore, one question you must ask yourself is, are you coachable?

The second component of leadership is your drive for success. Coaching tends to be most effective for high performers. Your successful career and stature in an organization or the pursuits you undertake may demonstrate this.

For that reason, we ask every interested participant to fill out a questionnaire before being accepted into our program. We may contact you afterward if we require further clarification of your responses.