Most people book the services of a breakfast motivation speaker to get their teams productivity levels fired up to perform.
The irony is that the custodians of the best pieces of advice are often already sitting in the audience. The old adage goes "if you want something to get done - then give it to a busy person". These people innately know what it takes to be productive. Put simply they have had years upon years of conditioning themselves to perform at levels above the norm.
Putting your self out there and aiming for something worth achieving has its risks. Not striving to achieve anything in my opinion is even riskier. Here is a thought provoking image to share with your network and peers. The best advice I can share with you is to learn something, create something and share something every day. Why not tick share - off today's list by passing this on.
Welcome to Time Management the Michael Hyatt Way!
Have you ever felt that you spend so much time at work that you do not have the time for the things that matter most?
Would you like to know how to get your time back? Would you also like to know how to get more energy?
Would you like to cope better with the modern phenomenon of always being on?
If you look through my keynote topics when I speak as a Motivational Speaker Perth - you will see that 2 of my most popular topics are Pyromania - How to set a fire under yourself! and The Million Dollar Game Plan.
The Pyromania presentation is aimed at individuals and takes them through living a lifestyle with the highest states of physical and psychological well-being,
I have just returned from a week long yoga retreat and other than knowing that every sinew of my body is alive, I feel enriched mentally after lots of time spent alone in my mind on a meditation cushion.
My recent revelation is every successful practitioner I know in business, art or life is an enabler who links together their tribe of followers. In fact all that limits their success is the amount of energy they spend on scaling this attribute.
A common question at my Keynote Presentations is: Why do some people succeed at levels beyond their imagination, while others struggle?
It comes down to how they manage their psychology, physiology, productivity and persuasion. Think about it. If you can’t master your mind, your body, your ability to get things done, and your ability to influence others to help you on your journey, then you’re stuck forever in mediocrity.