In yesterday’s Meeting of the Titans session, the Member in focus chose to utilise the Brains Trust to explore and discover new ways to create new client interest in his business in order to build on his current success.
The service he provides is not something most people would know even exists, so his ideal clients are not likely to be looking for him, and yet what he can save them financially, in time looking for and negotiating on office space, and stress, is extraordinary.
The Brains Trust shared their own resources, suggestions, perspectives, and contacts providing new avenues to pursue and questions to ponder.
In the Club, we apply the 80:20 principle to success and fulfilment, meaning that we realise that our personal and professional development is approximately 80% responsible for our success and fulfilment, and the strategies we apply are approximately 20% responsible, and so consideration was given to both.
I have found that it is quite common for the mindset and the heartset part (which is actually the most influential) to take a back seat with successful leaders, to studying the best business strategies and techniques. However, just a few minutes a day of focus on our personal state of being yields massive results quite quickly in both life and business. We have many testimonials from many Members confirming this approach.
One form of internal work we encourage is gratitude. Being in a state of gratitude more frequently improves health, happiness and prosperity.
If you’re new to this, would like a refresh, or you’re open to a new angIe, I highly recommend checking out these two videos. They are only a few minutes each:
I mentioned that heartset (not a recognised word yet) is more influential than mindset. Learning to feel heartfelt love and appreciation in our heart centre with more consistency results in a 40% improvement in productivity and a 37% reduction in stress, amongst many other benefits, measured across thousands of people at multi-national organisations such as Shell, BP, Unilever, Cisco and Boeing.