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Šiandien al. paštu pasiekė pranešimas iš Mark Joynerio, kad gruodžio 8 d. išleidžiamas naujasis kursas “Simpleology 201″. Kolkas neaišku, ką naujo šį kartą pateiks Mark`as, bet žinau tik tiek, kad tai bus verta dėmesio.
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Praeitais metais Markas Joyneris pristatė “Integration marketing” elektroninę knygą, kuri šiais metais jau pasirodė ir realios knygos pavidale. Knygoje pridėti integracinio marketingo pavyzdžiai įvykę nuo 2008 vasaros iki 2009 pradžios.
Microsoft kompanija susikūrė būtent integracinio marketingo principu.
“Nors niekas negali grįžti atgal ir pradėti visko nuo pradžių, tačiau visi gali pradėti nuo dabar ir sukurti visiškai naują pabaigą” – Carl Bard.
Niekada yra ne per vėlu ir ne per anksti. Yra dabar.
Niekas neįvyks, jei nieko nedarysite.
Imkitės veiksmų šiandien!
Pasirodo, kad ta pačia tema rašė ir Mantvydas. Just Do It!
Think of a day, any day in 2009. Got one?
Now ask yourself if on that day, if there will not be a need for honesty, integrity, compassion, goal clarity, good judgment, or focus.
And the answer is, of course not.
The truth, the skinny, the straight down the middle of the plate reality is that there will never be a day in the coming year (or your life) that will not require honesty, integrity, compassion, goal clarity, good judgment, or focus and the feeling that you can improve.
Each and EVERY day offers an opportunity for improvement and each moment serves as an advance or retreat in the pursuit of your goals.
Now that 2009 has arrived, you must decide if you are going to make it the best year of your life. To do so, you must focus on self-mastery as the key to creating a personal revolution.
Self-mastery is a lifelong pursuit because life is a work in progress. You never totally arrive; there’s always some polishing to do, knowledge to gain, and love to deepen.
Self-development ends only when we run out of time. You are, and will always be, a self in evolution.
Who can’t improve a little as a parent, child, spouse, friend, citizen, or employee? No one is perfect; no one walks the straight and narrow line all the time. The absence of perfection leaves the door open for improvement.
Our fight is not external; it lays internally-mastery over self. The aim of personal development is self-mastery. If we are to dominate events and experience greater levels of performance, we must first dominate ourselves.
Let there be no doubt: as long as you continue to blame others instead of assuming your responsibilities, you will make no meaningful and enduring change for the better.
What kind of people are we, if we don’t have the character to own up to our own shortcomings and responsibilities? To have and enjoy certain liberties requires us to hold each other and ourselves accountable for our actions.
Here’s a truth you can lean on: Self-mastery is dependent upon you becoming a better person. It’s a solo act, which requires contemplative thought, behavior modification, along with a healthy dose of humility.
To enjoy a better life, you must first become a better person. If you want to be a better manager, become a better person. If you want to become a better parent, become a better person. If you want to be a better doctor, become a better person. If you aspire to greater spheres of influence, become a better person.
One well-executed idea – or one person who’s attracted to you because of what you’ve become – can change your life forever. So goal setting should primarily focus on yourself – becoming the best person you can possibly become so people are attracted into your life.
Self-mastery means surfacing and re-examing all those assumptions that operate today in your life and business.
It’s about more than simply acquiring new knowledge and insights; it’s also crucial to unlearn old knowledge that has outlived its relevance. Thus, forgetting is probably at least as important as learning.
Self-mastery begins with a few questions:
” How should I live my life so that I am fulfilled content in the new year?
” Am I becoming the person I was meant to be on the day I was born?
” In order for me to make more money in 2009, what habits must I begin to initiate-immediately?
” What should I begin doing today in order to leave a lasting legacy once I’m gone?
” Which behavioral vices must be removed and replaced with virtues?
” How can I can contribute and make myself more useful as a human being?
Answers to questions like these require an intense evaluation of your life.
In 2009, concentrate your energies on what needs development and how you can perform better. Don’t play games by denying the reality of a certain part of your character or personality because it’s easy and convenient through the creation of false perceptions.
Habits-good and bad alike-are lifelong companions and hold court, acting as both judge and jury, over personal development. Your primary challenge in the coming year is to withstand the effects of your own bad habits which are like psychological landmines strewn through the landscape of your life.
Life is an ongoing journey, with lots of beginnings and continuations. We never get to a point when all knowledge is attained and understood, when our bodies function flawlessly, when we completely honor our values, and achieve every goal.
Astonish Yourself in 2009