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How to Attract significant Promotions and Clients

Updated: Jun 25, 2019

I’m always aware that it’s the end of a quarter because I’ll begin fielding calls from my former employees and peers.

They want a little of my “positive energy.”

“You always make me feel like anything is possible, that I can do anything!”

According to the late entrepreneur, Jim Rohn, “you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” In other words, who you spend your time with shapes who you are.

Science supports this with the research regarding mirror neurons. ( Learn more in week 2 of my on demand programs.)

Resilience is the ability to bounce back after a stressful or unfortunate situation.

Employers, clients, and coworkers aspire to surrounded themselves with resilient people, those who are driven to succeed despite any odds stacked against them. It activates and inspires their own drive and ability to keep moving forward. It prevents them from accepting failure as the end.

In the Mindful Membership, we expand upon the neuroscience and how to cultivate more resilience for professional situations. Below are just some of the ways resilient leaders attract the best employees, retain them and get promoted.

Resilience is one the of the most powerful traits we can develop because we have very little control over most situations around us.

For example:

… your customer contact gets fired and a deal stalls.

…Your child gets sick on the day of the big presentation.

…A family member passes away.

When we develop self awareness we start to understand that things happen and we ONLY have control over our reaction.

Think about it. Who do you want to be surrounded by?

The salesperson who quits working after missing their first quarter number or the salesperson who can process the stress and creates a plan to reduce the Gap to Goal over the remaining three quarters?

Remember, we ALL have less than ideal situations to deal with,

… but you control how you respond

… and that response can attract or repel others.


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