“Success is not final, failure is not fatal; it is the courage to continue that counts.” Winston Churchill
Have you ever approached a potential client on a day when you feel badly about yourself? Inevitably, you undersell yourself.
Next thing you know, you’re being overworked and underpaid. Without ample time to do a good job, you might make a mistake. Now your underpaying client is eager to jump in and criticize everything from your handwriting to your handiwork, and by the time they’re done, you feel even worse about yourself. The spiral continues to go down.
Most of us know how easy it is to fall into a downward spiral and sense how these spiritual sinkholes can have a devastating effect on both our career and life.
But did you know that you could also stimulate an upward spiral?
Michelle Harkey is a life coach trained through the Robbins Madanes Center. After attending one of Tony Robbins’ “Unleash the Power Within” seminars, she started using the Success Cycle to accomplish a lot in a short amount of time. She grew a thriving business, obtained her Master’s degree, and ran a marathon.
“Most of us don’t know what the Success Cycle is and we certainly don’t know how to manage it to our benefit,” she said. The Success Cycle is based on the Tony Robbins Momentum Cycle, but simplified into four steps. Writers can accelerate their upward progress by taking four simple steps: Get into a peak state, tell a better story about yourself, implement strategies for success, and repeat.
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