In 2007 I was flown to Japan for a two hour meeting. The client needed help, just one idea. We worked for an hour, got the idea, i took the plane home to Sydney, and he made $25,000,000 in the next three years.
In 2011 I worked with a composer. He had an international film score to create for one of Hollywood's biggest movies. He was blocked. Choked and needed urgent help to regain his inspiration within 24 hours or his multi million dollar contract and reputation would be in tatters. It took an hour to find the block, 30 minutes to clear it, and from that moment, I left him to do his thing. 90 Minutes work for a multi million dollar result.
In 2012 the PA of a woman who cannot be named called. There was a massive bust up between her and her mate and she was going on stage in three days to perform in front of a massive live audience. Nothing had worked, I had just 30 minutes to find the root of the problem, come up with a solution, one single idea, and we did it. She went on stage and performed her new album perfectly.
In 1986, my ex wife left and took our three kids overseas. It took me three years to come up with just one idea about dealing with the situation. When I did eventually work it out, I discovered that the idea could have been found 10 seconds after they left. I was just too proud to discover it.
I've discovered that every human being on earth has a massive range of ideas. They are all brilliant ideas, some ideas however cost money we don't have, or requires the whole competitive market currently serving that need to fall asleep for a year or two so the new idea can take it's mantle. Everyone has enough ideas to build five business' tomorrow. The value of those ideas however, is in selecting which idea and when to apply it.
When a client presents me with a problem I usually have an idea in few minutes. It's not that I'm smarter than my clients because usually they say "Oh, I thought of that months ago but ...... " and that's the value of an idea. The value of an idea comes in knowing "HOW" to do it... Too much time is often spent on searching for new ideas and not enough is spent on knowing how. That's what I do... I show people HOW to do the idea they've probably had in the back of their mind for years.
Inspirations come in pictures. That's an amazing gift for anyone to get... an Inspirational idea. The key then is being humble and brave enough to ask the right person "HOW."
Life is too short to be bored, in pain or stressed. I'll help you get your business going, your mojo back on track and those you care for re engaged. Fire in the belly, love in the heart, and a great commitment to a fulfilling and inspired vision.
"Hi Chris, I'm a team leader. My team is working hard - How do we go home in a better way and waste less time and energy?"...
There are two questions here, I'll answer one at a time because they require different answers.
Going home in a better way? Divide your day into four different segments: Building Energy, Storing Energy, Stopping the Loss of Energy, and Directing Energy.
You build energy when you can link what you are doing to what you want to be doing. If you are at work and would prefer to be fishing, yr in deep poop. You store energy when you are balanced, centred and calm.... which requires significant intensity in your work load. If you are cruising, you are in for a bruising (energy loss). Stopping the Loss of energy is the king and queen of the four. We sometimes build and store energy but then flush it down the toilet with: worry, fidgeting, over eating, dehydrating, over exercising, gossiping, ingratitude, and a bunch more... stop that and you'll have petrol to spare. Finally, Directing your energy.... that means being in the moment with VIP - a vision, inspiration and purpose for the future. That aligns hearts, minds and spines....Focussing on what you are doing thankfully, is the key to it.
Either way, the Team Program or the 30 Day Challenge are ideal
Although many people talk about calm and inner peace they very often leave out the fact that inner peace and calm depend very much on how your higher values are being supported.
Lets say you are in a relationship in and your higher value includes your career and wealth but your partner’s higher value is children and social life. If you start to run your career and wealth based on your partner’s recommendation you will become conservative and security conscious. You will be miserable because your higher value is wealth creation not conservation. However, your partner might be delighted.
Your partner might be delighted to have their values met until your disempowerment starts to impact their impression of you. As you lose your VIP - you mojo, your partner will start looking for others with mojo. All this because you decided to be kind and submit to their values as the dominant criteria for your life.
Anything that you perceive as supporting your higher values you label as good, or terrific. It elates you and warms you up. Anything you perceive as challenging your higher values you label as bad, or terrible. It depresses you and cools you down.
The art of communicating your values in terms of other people’s values is called “caring” when it is applied inside a close relationships and “selling” when it applied outside close relationships. So, it is better to control your higher values but do so in the language of your close relationships or clients - I.e Meet their values and thereby, meet your own.
This can be a tricky business. It sort of feels like we are surrendering our power to meet other people’s values but that is not the case. We hold our values secret and we serve others by meeting theirs.
When you feel betrayed it is because you expected others to follow your values. This is self aggrandisement. You hear yourself say “you’ve got to … or you should or ought to” this is expecting others to live your values. To the opposite you might hear others say “you should or you’ve got to do it this way” then they are expecting to to follow their values.
You can only trust someone to live according to what they feel will fulfil their highest values.
Can't think of anything else I haven't been able to buy, one way or another.