Develop Your Potential

canstockphoto18669463When you catch a glimpse of your potential, that’s when passion is born.

Zig Ziglar

 

 

 

Do you want to develop your full potential?

Do you want to push yourself to go beyond where you’re at now?

Do you want to live a life worth living?

 

You might want to check this out.

 

Some scientists and researchers ask people on their deathbeds about life. People on their deathbeds don’t regret the things they done in life. They most often share that they regret the things they didn’t do.

 

Life is short. An average American lives to around 80.  This number varies depending on location too. The first part of life is childhood. Then there is this giant part of life where a person works (typically starting in teenage years or early 20s and working until retirement at 65). Some people work longer. That only leaves a few short years after retirement until life ends.

 

You’ll be working a lot of those years in the middle. Are you living them to your fullest? Would you like some free tips on developing your potential?

 

WikiHow suggests four easy-steps for developing potential. Here is my summary of those four concepts:

  • Keep a childlike interest in the world. Children are naturally curious people. They want to learn and discover things. Don’t hold back. Get out there and continue to learn and explore the world.
  • Focus on your own skills, interests, and abilities. Continue to do so even when others attempt to make you feel inferior. Who knows why other people do that. Maybe they’re jealous.
  • Accept that you’ll make a few mistakes along the path. I make them too. Mistakes are evidence that you’re trying. A person who never made any mistakes probably never tried anything either. Here are a few tips:
    1. Put in effort
    2. Be patient and keep on going
    3. Be determined to make it
    4. Learn from your mistakes so you can advance
    5. Be confident
    6. Be realistic too.
  • What do you really want to accomplish in life? How realistically are you able to do so? Now is the best time to start.
Go here to register for the advanced certificate course in positive psychology that I’ve created for you:
Here is an overview of the course:
  • The course is worth ten clock hours of continuing education.
  • Session content is CE Pre-approved by NCTRC, so you know they count.
  • Requirements include:
    • Read an interesting text book
    • Write at least three comments about the book in our member’s group
    • Watch a one hour webinar on the topic
    • Pass a written test with a score of 80% or better. You’re guaranteed to pass or you can retake the quiz for free (as many times as you want or need).
  • Bonus # 1: I mail you the required book!
  • Bonus # 2: You’ll get access to network with other students in our exclusive facebook group.
  • Bonus # 3: Discount: The Standard Price for my Advanced Certification Courses is $647. These courses have a special discount ($200) off most of the time, so they’re only $447
Go here to register for the advanced certificate course in positive psychology that I’ve created for you:
 Guarantee # 1: Session content is CE Pre-approved by NCTR
 Guarantee # 2: 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed – You have a complete 365 (one full year) to claim a refund on this course if you’re not happy for any reason.
 Guarantee # 3: You’ll pass the course quiz or you can re-take it again as many times as you want or need.
Go here to register for the advanced certificate course in positive psychology that I’ve created for you:

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