Episode 024: Why We Stop

When I first started attending seminars back in the early 90’s they were with Tony Robbins. At one of these events I had the chance to ask him, “How many people that come to these events, actually walk away and do something?” His response kind of woke me up. He said that about 85% or higher don’t do anything with the information. They do NOTHING. To me that’s kind of sad because I’ve never gone to a seminar, and as someone who teaches seminars, I’ve never met someone who didn’t go to an event wanting something better for their life.

But, somewhere along the way something would change their mind. This is one of the things I find so fascinating about what I teach. In this episode I want to help you understand WHY we sabotage the change we’re seeking so that you can be aware of how it happens and hopefully it will help you keep moving forward. You’re here because you want to be a part of the 15% that actually DOES something!

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • The truest quote in personal development
  • Where self sabotage comes from
  • How our brains process information
  • Where change needs to happen first, in order to not stop

4 thoughts on “Episode 024: Why We Stop”

  1. As I start to enter my mid 40s and have achieved most of what I wanted in my field, I find myself yearning to better myself and professionally push myself in to a new direction. This podcast was great.


    1. That’s fantastic Albert, thank you for sharing. With regards to you pushing yourself in a new direction, get clear on what it is that you want to create and see what comes up. Nothing is off limits and don’t judge anything about what you write down. You’ll be surprised as to what comes up for the next evolution of you. Excited to hear where you go and thanks for listening!

  2. Another very helpful, practical podcast. I very much like your approach because it is so grounded in reality but still lifts people up to the stars! Thank you.

    1. Thank you Andrea, I appreciate you listening. I love to teach and it comes through when I record my weekly podcast. Help spread the word by telling a friend!

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