WARRIOR OF PEACE OF MIND
There is an interesting thing that happens when it comes to labeling people with their “potential”. Some people think they are reaching their full potential, but if you’re like me you feel like you’re not there yet. When we say someone has a lot of potential that can cause them to stop in their tracks, and think they are already enough. Some people feel like if they make a change in life they’ll lose their potential and be starting over. Others feel like they need to do everything they can to fully reach their potential – yet it’s always just out of reach.
To be honest, your mindset means more than your potential. If you are happy with where you are, it doesn’t matter. If you are always striving, learning, and trying to grow in any direction you can – that’s how you unlock your potential. The key is to always learn. Keep growing in one direction or another, because you never know where your potential will end up.
This week we are joined by Thom Singer, who has spent a lot of time studying the results of labeling and unlocking people’s potential. Thom has authored twelve books on the power of business relationships, sales, networking, presentation skills and entrepreneurship, and regularly speaks to corporate, law firm and convention audiences. As the host of the popular “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do” podcast, Thom interviews business leaders, entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, and others who possess an extra dose of the entrepreneurial spirit.
Thom earned the prestigious Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation in 2014. The Certified Speaking Professional designation, is the speaking industry’s international measure of professional platform skill. Today Thom is here to share with us what he’s learned about potential, and the secrets of achieving it.
Download this episode today to learn about the mindset you need to reach your full potential.
WARRIOR OF PEACE OF MIND
“Human beings are ever changing souls.” -Thom Singer
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