The Emotional Bank Account Course is Officially LIVE!

So, after my blog has gotten a significant amount of views over the years (as well as podcast plays), I’ve finally put together a video course to teach everyone about The Emotional Bank account.  With loads of actionable items, this could be your introduction into personal development/self-improvement.  Because we’re always engaged in communication, whether it’s family & friends, colleagues, etc…we’re unaware of the emotional damage we may be causing because of our continual withdrawals.  In this course, there are six sub-areas you’re going to learn and build on. 

  • Understanding The Individual
  • Attending to The Little Things
  • Keeping Commitments
  • Clarifying Expectations
  • Showing Personal Integrity
  • Apologizing Sincerely When You Make a Withdrawal

At the completion of this course and with the actionable steps at the conclusion of each video, you will begin to take significant strides in putting more into your daily relationships. 

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Interviewee #028: Shayla T. Locklear – Corporations, Authenticity, & Coaching

This was another fiery podcast I did with high-performance coach, Shayla Locklear. The amount synergy that came out of this individual in terms of being authentic, coaching and other things towards the end…was amazing. Tune in!

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Things We Discussed

Definition for strategy and meditation.

What is the definition between hustle and working?

Why people working in corporate have the similar old-school mindset for hustle?

Working more than 8 hours in corporate.

Problems with corporations, a dying paradigm due to traditional methodology.

Power of mindset.

How people consume your online contents silently without replying to you online. Talk about content marketing.

Engagements.

Importance of impact by leveraging social impact.

The importance of authenticity.

Flawed college education that doesn’t teach transferable skills or accelerate learning.

Being yourself is important.

Being authentic isn’t being creative.

Listen to “Interviewee #028: Shayla T. Locklear – Corporations, Authenticity, & Coaching” on Spreaker.

Thank you for listening!

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TOEIC Grammar: Double Comparatives & Order of Adverbs

Double comparatives

  • Our nation gets fatter and fatter every year.
  • more and more + adjective :
    The problem is getting more and more difficult to solve.To say that something is increasing all the time.

    We can use comparatives with the definite article the

    The more you say, the worse the situation will be. The more, the merrier.

    To say that two changes happen together.

    Order of Adverbs

    Adverbs that go in mid-position express:

    • frequency: never, rarely, always …
    • certainty: probably, certainly, obviously …
    • degree: nearly, almost, quite …The word order for adverbs in mid-position is as follows:

Tense

Subject

Auxiliary verb

Adverb

Main Verb

Complement

To be in simple tense

I

am

usually

right

Perfect tenses

He

has

already

seen

this film

Modal auxiliary verb

We

can

sometimes

play

tennis

Simple tenses

She

hardly

cooks

dinner

Passive with two auxiliary verbs

He

has

never

been remembered

for his novels

Only and even go just before the words they emphasize. It will only take (only) five minutes.

  • They have even forgotten (even) his name.

Sometimes / sometime / some time

Sometimes: means occasionally

Sometime: means at one moment in the future (it can also mean “one day”)

Let’s have dinner sometime next week.

Some time: means a period of time

She’s lived in Italy for some time, so she speaks Italian quite well.

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Learn More To Earn More

If I am through learning, I am through. – John Wooden

Vishen Lakhiani of Mindvalley said, “when people graduate from university, that’s their official graduation from learning.  Who wants to stop learning?!”

That was perfectly put.  People who have more information have a tremendous advantage over the others that don’t.  I’m not saying to completely inundate yourself in material, I’m just saying simple behaviors such as reading for an hour a day, turning television time into learning time, attending classes, training programs, gym workouts, morning runs, mastermind groups, or anything to increase your knowledge will substantially increase your level of success.

Television time.  Break that word down for a moment — tell-a-vision.  Instead of having pity parties about deforestation, famine, global warming, Donald Trump and missiles, have a vision party.  You know the average American watches television for 6 hours a day. 6 HOURS A DAY! Ummmm….that would be my family! By the time you’re 60 years old, you will have wasted 15 years of your life watching superficial TV that will in no way help you with you goals or dreams.

W. Clement Stone, who was one of the best mentors the planet has ever seen, explained one day that cutting out just 1 hour of television a day creates an extra 365 hours per year to accomplish whatever is most important to you.

What can you do with that extra hour? Learn a new language! Get superfit.  Spend quality time with your wife and children, learn to play a new musical instrument, do more sales calls, or walk down the street smiling freakishly at people.

Leaders Are Readers

“The late Jim Rohn, one of America’s foremost motivation philosophers, suggested using that 1 extra hour a day to read.  He taught me that if you were to read one book a week, in 10 years you’d have read 520 books, and in 20 years, more than 1,000 books – enough to easily put you in the top 1% of experts in your field.  Add to those the books from masters in related areas you’d have an edge that others simply don’t have.” – Jack Canfield.

Start studying the lives of great people.  The routines, which I’ve mentioned so many times, are critical in the morning.  Adopting new systematic habits that will jumpstart your morning and make you have a productive morning.  All of these are critical components.  Attending success conferences and retreats like A-Fest, becoming a coachable individual, and being prepared when opportunity knocks are all part of the process.

What do you need to get ready?

If you’re an industry expert and believe your consulting business would skyrocket after presentation a workshop at a national convention, why not get prepared now?

If you want to become a Tedx speaker, start practicing your speech in the mirror so when you do get an email, you’re ready to go.

Do you need to learn a new foreign language to speak to other individuals?  Could you develop advanced skills, more resources, or new contacts? Do you need to get your body in physical shape such as what I’m doing 365 days a year? Should you expand your business skills, sales skills, or negotiating skills?

Whatever you need to do to get ready, start now by making an list of the top ten things you could be doing to be great when the opportunity finds you.

Podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/9174325