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The Benefits Of Personalised Mentoring

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013

“How To Experience Productive Benefits, Recurring Value And Increasing Profits… Through One On One Personalised Mentoring Aimed At Delivering Important Outcomes.”

The clear purpose of mentoring is to engage processes that support change and multiply your investment of time, energy and financial resources.

If you want to increase your profits and productivity, or your chances of success in any given context, then personalised one on one mentoring is the best investment of Time… Energy and Money you’ll ever make.

It’s now undeniable that the power of mentoring is unrivalled.  Research indicates that the power of personalised mentoring consistently returns between 500% and 800% on the costs of your mentoring. (Source: David Rock. Results Coaching Systems)

It’s a proven way of accessing your own personal or professional mastermind that stands as a brick wall in support of your important outcomes.

It allows you to move away from poor money results based on the Consumption Code model of making more money, so that you can more rapidly enjoy the money results based on the Enterprise Code of making more money.

 

Personalised mentoring is the key to higher levels of personal or professional success because it engages you in qualitatively rich learning. This means moving beyond the simple absorption of information and finding ways to put highly specialised new knowledge into practical use

Learning has added value when you learn in a concentrated manner because you learn at a faster rate and it’s internalised more deeply

The best way to achieve this is through one on one mentoring because it’s personalised and it saves you time, money, energy and costly mistakes. Mentoring streamlines years of research, testing and strategic development to help you achieve highly profitable results

Along with faster access to greater profits that lead to financial freedom on a sustainable basis, the benefits of mentoring include:

•Tailored information that fits your circumstances and individuality
• Multiplying your investment of time, energy and resources
• Unlimited individualised attention and focused mastery feedback
• Access to someone who watches your back and prevents costly mistakes
• Access to someone who stands as a brick wall in support of your progress
• Real time qualitative instruction tailored to your circumstances and your needs
• Greater access to creative energy and productive entrepreneurial spirit

Because mentors are more emotionally and psychologically invested in your learning and creative potential, they divulge more of their secrets and inner thinking than they would to anyone else. In this way, learning is more efficient, more dynamic and more precise which leads to greater professional/personal achievement

Mentoring prevents you from making wrong choices or absorbing “wrong knowledge” which slows your progress and creates negative effects that can take years to recover from

Mentoring helps you simplify your achievement processes by making your practice more time and costs efficient

Love for you to share your thoughts on this.

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Paul Counsel

P.S. If you’d like to know why The Consumption Code creates less money and The Enterprise Code allows you to make more money, enjoy online wealth or create wealth online, you can watch these important videos here. http://moneymasteryblueprint.com

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The Importance Of Mentoring

Saturday, August 24th, 2013

“Experience Productive Benefits, Recurring Value And Increasing Profits… Through One On One Personalised Mentoring Aimed At Delivering Important Outcomes.”

The great family therapist Virginia Satir, once said to the co-creator of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Richard Bandler, “You know, Richard, most people think the will to survive is the strongest instinct in human beings, but it isn’t. The strongest instinct is to keep things familiar” (Source: Make Your Life Great.)

Evolutionary speaking, our brain has a design principle that makes extraordinary change or success difficult for most people. Our brain is designed to act on what it observes, rather than what it doesn’t observe. It acts on reoccurring thoughts rather than new possibilities.

The brain’s design preference for acting on what is already familiar to it, is the single most important factor in why you often can’t effectively solve the challenges you’re facing.

Your reoccurring reality is the result of what your brain notices. But the solutions you need to the challenges you face are always found outside what your brain consistently notices.

It’s why the world’s greatest teams and most successful individuals in any given context engage coaches and mentors. They know that success is found outside what their brain habitually notices… Outside their “familiars”.

The word familiar comes from the 14th C Old French word famelier meaning “intimate, very friendly, on a family footing,” and from the Latin word familiaris which means “domestic, of a household” and “familiar, intimate, and friendly”.

Solutions are often located outside your particular frame of reference… ‘Outside’ what is already familiar to you. They’re found in information and strategies that your brain normally doesn’t notice and this is where mentors become extremely valuable to the outcomes you seek.

Extraordinary success is not something that requires seemingly super human qualities. Nor is it something that is beyond the reach of anyone who wants to tap into their true potential. Simply stated, extraordinary success is achieved through a process of turning creative ideas into sustained behaviours.

Most people generate ideas and dreams but what’s often missing is sustained determination and an ability to remain focused on attending to the behaviours and actions necessary for the realisation of those dreams.

Unquestionably, the common benefits enjoyed by all mentoring clients are that they feel safe to explore territory, strategies, opportunities and information outside their existing familiars.

This leads to exponential increases in self confidence, self ability, self efficacy, self awareness and personal control. In turn, this saves you time, money and costly mistakes.

The ultimate purpose of mentorship is to develop your (as yet) unrealised potential so that life is experienced as a daring adventure of expansion and sustainable achievement. It helps get your results off “pause” and back on “fast forward”.

It’s the Consumption Code that’s most familiar in terms of money results and it’s what keeps dragging you back into your familiars. Freedom, especially in the form of financial freedom, is only possible from productive Enterprise Code change.

Love for you to share your thoughts on this.

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Paul Counsel

P.S. If you’d like to know more about The Consumption Code and The Enterprise Code, you can watch these videos here. http://moneymasteryblueprint.com

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What Is Success And How Is It Achieved?

Saturday, August 17th, 2013

“Does Hard Work Lead To Success?”

At a recent Teen Award Ceremony in the US, actor Ashton Kutcher started a short speech by saying, “First of all, I don’t have a career without you guys.  I don’t get to do anything without you guys.”

The acknowledgement of the other half of  “success” was an interesting opening comment I thought.

The “other half” it seems, is something that’s often missing in any description of what success is.

Kutcher went on to say that in his experience “opportunity” looks like hard work. He then described a number of low skill jobs he worked in during his late teens and early twenties… noting especially that he had never had a job in his life that he was “better than”.

Yet how many people do you know who do the exact opposite? The most graphic of these are people who prefer the dole rather than taking on jobs they perceive they’re better than. Of course this is not an across the board thing as many people would take on any job if only they could get one.

The point I’m making though is that when people ask me how to become wealthy, depending on their current circumstances in life, I often start by saying… “Get a job”. Any job. The reason behing me saying this is because they could then use the “money” to undertake the next stage of their learning. The replies that shock me the most come from an attitude implying that they are much bigger than just any job.

When I was starting out on my journey to financial freedom, I worked four part time jobs. At one job I was paid $15 per day wrecking houses. (But the real value in this job was what I learned. It allowed me renovate houses and acquire second hand materials which I could then renovate and reuse. This enabled me to create my first $100,000 in asset value within 6 months).

The reason for 4 part time jobs, instead of one secure full time job, was so that I could work more hours and more days which meant that I earned more money than one full time job. I could then apply this money to learning the important lessons I needed to learn. In fifteen years of teaching people how to become wealthy, I’ve never met anyone who was willing to start this way. That they are still not financially successful is telling.

Another idea Kutcher promoted in his talk was the idea of being “sexy” which he described as “being smart… thoughtful and generous”.

A third offering came as a result of remembering something Steve Jobs often talked about. Jobs observed that as we grow up, enculturation teaches us that the world is the way it is and that we should live our lives inside this world. We’re told to follow the rules, not get into trouble, get a good education, get a good job, make some money, become a good consumer, get married, have a family and so on as the rest of the story goes.

The point he was making is that life is much bigger than Enculturation’s Plan for the masses. The idea that life doesn’t have to look like a life on the “work/stress, not enough time, not enough money treadmill” is foreign to most people. Instead of building a life experienced around the idea of financial freedom,  generation after generation fall into the trap of having a life based on the consumption code and servitude, rather than purposefully building a life based on the enterprise code and freedom.

While I’m not sure how much of his own wisdom Kutcher was sharing, as opposed to the wisdom of Steve Jobs given the film he’s just made… none the less, it’s hard to fault the wisdom itself.

While hard work may indeed lead to success, it is not the cause of success itself. One of the reasons for this is that success, in any endeavour, does not follow the “cause and effect” principle. Success is actually an “emergent”. No matter how hard you try, something else has to provide the spark…

The concept of “emergence” has been around since the time of Aristotle but the term emergent was coined in 1875 by pioneer psychologist G. H. Lewes who said that… “Every resultant is either a sum or a difference of co-operant forces; their sum, when their directions are the same — their difference, when their directions are contrary.”

As an emergent, success unfolds as a result of a series of effective moment-by-moment decisions made from a large number of options available every time you need to make a choice.

Instead of every day placing themselves in positions where an emergent process can happen, most people continue to place themselves into positions where servitude, predictability, and sameness always happen.

Love for you to share your thoughts on this.

Connect soon but please leave your comments below.

Paul Counsel

P.S. If you’d like to know more about The Consumption Code and The Enterprise Code, you can watch these videos here. http://moneymasteryblueprint.com

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Lucrative Six Figure Incomes

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

Get Ready To Create Lucrative Six-Figure Incomes So You Can Future Proof Your Lifestyle And Set Yourself Free!

If you feel as though you’ve hit an income ceiling that LIMITS your growth and your ability to fully enjoy the kind of lifestyle you want… I’m going to show you my proven roadmap to Lucrative Six Figure Incomes.

If you’re tired of being stressed over money and you’re sick of being on the cash flow roller coaster, the next three Money Mastery weekends is going to show you exactly how I’ve made multiple six and seven figure incomes every year for the past fifteen years.

You’re about to learn a proven system for BUSTING THROUGH your present income ceiling and feel more ALIVE while you’re doing it.

As you know, my number one value is FREEDOM and what I want for you is the same FREEDOM.

Freedom of time.
Freedom of choice…
Freedom of SPACE…
Freedom of friendship…
Freedom to serve more people.
Freedom to create the lifestyle you love.
Freedom to be more creative.
Freedom to expand to your full potential.
Freedom to give generously.

And so much more… So it’s now time to learn everything you can so that you can enjoy the full spectrum of freedom. It’s time to go BEYOND the living-to-survive pattern of The Consumption Code, where you’re concerned with debt and paying the bills, to the lucrative benefits of The Enterprise Code where freedom and lifestyle await you.

Even if you’ve never thought about building a sustainable and LEVERAGED business that serves people and gives you flexibility… the ideas you’ll gain through the next series of Money Mastery weekends are about to open a multitude of ideas you can develop to suit your income needs and future proof your lifestyle.

See you soon

Paul Counsel

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