Be a great achiever

The Wokingham Paper - - HEALTH - Per­sonal fit­ness with Chris Hunt

MEA­SURE com­pul­sively. What gets mea­sured gets man­aged.” Last week we spoke at length about BLOOD DI­AG­NOS­TIC TEST­ING and an­swered some com­mon ques­tions about how they can be ben­e­fi­cial to your goals and your mis­sion in life. As an au­tho­rised prac­ti­tioner of blood di­ag­nos­tic test­ing and a huge fan of the in­for­ma­tion they give you, I ask you please get in con­tact if you want to take your jour­ney to the next level.

What gets mea­sured gets man­aged… let’s start man­ag­ing your life to make it work FOR you rather than against you.

Last week was my birth­day, 35 years I have now been present in this world and to cel­e­brate the wife and I went to Thorpe Park. Peo­ple call us big kids and I love this. The day was so much fun and we went on about 25 rides so you could say it was a huge suc­cess.

Laugh­ter, adren­a­line, smiles, and time to en­joy each other’s com­pany… what more could you want?

Now the rea­son I am talk­ing to you to­day about this is be­cause some­thing very in­ter­est­ing hap­pened at the start of that day. I got a call from Ar­den Uni­ver­sity to say that my place on the Psy­chol­ogy MSc course (Masters) had been con­firmed and my next stage in my de­vel­op­ment was all set.

I have been look­ing into this for some time and if you have been read­ing this col­umn for a pe­riod then you will know I love ev­ery­thing about psy­chol­ogy and what a bet­ter un­der­stand­ing can give you.

Why is this all rel­e­vant then?

When you put more pos­i­tive en­ergy out into the world, more comes back and life then re­turns the favour. There have been many times over the last few weeks where I feel I have re­ally given out some se­ri­ous amounts of pos­i­tive en­ergy and it’s amaz­ing when that it gets re­paid with some awe­some news that I re­ceived.

I was due to hear back from the uni­ver­sity this week rather than last Fri­day but to get the news at the start of your birth­day day out was lit­er­ally breath­tak­ing. I was smil­ing from ear to ear, at least un­til I was go­ing 130km per hour on the Stealth ride where smil­ing is just not an op­tion.

What could you do this week to give you more for­tune mov­ing for­ward?

They say win­ners make their own luck… what ac­tions could you de­velop this week to give out some pos­i­tive en­ergy into the world this week?

Has there been any­thing you have been putting off that you could smash this week and get ahead of the game?

What could you do for some­body this week that would el­e­vate your­self to a higher self of be­ing?

The aim of the game is do­ing things that just work and just give you the best chance of be­ing suc­cess­ful mov­ing for­ward.

While we are on the topic of be­ing suc­cess­ful, I was read­ing a great ar­ti­cle by Robert Kiyosaki (pic­tured) last week. If you haven’t heard of him be­fore he is the man be­hind Rich Dad, Poor Dad which is a great re­source. He has also writ­ten many books and de­vel­oped many work­shops and cour­ses in the field of per­sonal and pro­fes­sional de­vel­op­ment. So what was Robert Kiyosaki say­ing about suc­cess then?

“It’s not what you say out of your mouth that de­ter­mines your life; it’s what you whis­per to your­self that has the most power.”

I have said for some time that it is the in­ner self talk that drives your be­hav­iour. We have a con­stant di­a­logue that is run­ning be­hind the scenes deep in our un­con­scious mind. What is yours say­ing? What do you whis­per to your­self?

“The most suc­cess­ful peo­ple in life are the ones who ask ques­tions. They’re al­ways learn­ing. They are al­ways grow­ing. They are al­ways push­ing.”

What ques­tions have you been ask­ing re­cently? What have you been learn­ing?

Have you been liv­ing with a growth men­tal­ity? If you want to be suc­cess­ful, we need to start ask­ing more ques­tions.

I am go­ing to set some home­work for you at the end of this col­umn to­day so we will come back to this later.

“The fear of be­ing dif­fer­ent pre­vents most peo­ple from seek­ing new ways to solve their prob­lems.”

When I be­came a coach af­ter leav­ing the Royal Marines, I wanted to be dif­fer­ent. I have worked in two dif­fer­ent stu­dios with mul­ti­ple train­ers be­fore I set up my own PRI­VATE train­ing fa­cil­ity nearly three years ago.

I felt that all the other stu­dios were the same… full of train­ers with no pri­vacy and all of­fer­ing the same train­ing. This is why THE HUB was set up.

It’s fully pri­vate with no one else in the unit at any time. Its great and this is why I pride my­self on be­ing the best in the area.

I am also the first lo­cal coach to of­fer blood di­ag­nos­tic test­ing to my clients.

I LOVE be­ing dif­fer­ent and I LOVE seek­ing new ways of solv­ing prob­lems. How can you be dif­fer­ent? How can you be a flavour other than Vanilla? What could you do right now to solve a prob­lem that other peo­ple have failed to solve? I chal­lenge you to be UNIQUE, to be SPE­CIAL, to be AMAZ­ING.

So there we have it…

The main man Robert Kiyosaki hav­ing an im­pact on our col­umn this week… I think that’s pretty cool.

As promised, here is your home­work for this week:

What area of your life would you like to im­prove at the mo­ment?

Find some­one who looks like they han­dle that area quite well and model them.

Think of some ques­tions you could ask that per­son and don’t de­lay, get into a con­ver­sa­tion with them ASAP and be in­quis­i­tive.

Ask the ques­tions and be­come a grower, be­come a learner and be­come an achiever.

THE great­est achiev­ers are those who are old enough to be wise, and young enough to be­lieve they can change the world. Do what the 99% of the pop­u­la­tion are not do­ing.

The keys to suc­cess are hid­den in dark places. How­ever you have a flash­light to find them. It’s called your POS­I­TIVE MIND­SET.

Happy Thurs­day, go give out some pos­i­tive en­ergy and change the world.

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