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Habits not to Kick

There are so many unconscious thoughts and feelings running through our daily lives. Some are good, helpful and resonate your true essence & good will,  while others… well they can be pretty awful, limiting and possibly debilitating.

Cognitive therapists have their work cut out for them trying to devise ways for us to maintain a healthy mind and stay positively productive in order to have a successful life.

I thought I would share a very simple yet effective method that my good friend and co-facilitator Jono Willcocks of Pinnacle Pursuits often uses to great effect while conducting corporate workshops.

This exercise can have a  significant impact on a group and positively affect their dynamic’s. It helps the group to appreciate the work that’s been accomplished in the workshop as well as the work that now needs to be done. It also creates a shared accountability towards moving a project or group forward.

I too, use a form of this simple method to set my personal agenda for each day or just as I’m winding down my evening preparing for dreamland.

3 simple questions

  • I’m most grateful for…

  • I’m hopeful for…

  • I’m committed to…

Run through these questions daily and watch how subtly you take control of your not so positive unconscious thoughts.

Kick the Habit!

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Dominic Kotarski – International Consultant | Author | Coach | Trainer | Speaker

Dominic Kotarski is the author of  international best seller “The Making”. He writes, speaks, inspires, motivates and teaches on the most important aspects of your business including Sales, Coaching, Team building, People Management and Business Development. Get weekly access to his blog & training videos FREE by subscribing HERE! 

Dominic Kotarski

Dominic Kotarski is an author, coach, sales trainer and Founder of Sales Success Academy. He's personally inspired, coached, trained and managed thousands of salespeople and business owners in 11 different countries. You can find him in Vancouver, Canada where he lives, works, runs, ski's and spends most of his free time with his family.

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