What's in the course?
The picture is a clue, but before I unpack the details, let's take a moment.
What exactly is success?
“Sometimes it is the people no one can imagine anything of who do the things no one can imagine.” Alan Turing
Ask anyone what success means to them and you'll get a different answer every time.
At its most basic, success is that feeling of achievement that comes with accomplishing some goal, no matter how modest.
Whether it's baking a cake, passing an exam, getting that job, or finishing a marathon, it quickly becomes clear that success is (a) very personal and (b) changeable.
Who are the successful people?
Well, your idea of success may be different to mine and that's partly what makes any discussion of success so slippery. But you don't have to look far to see people who excel in one aspect of life, but not in others. So, in my view at least, real success is about establishing some way to tap into all the things that will make us feel happy and fulfilled.
Success isn't a given. We aren't born with a success gene and even those people handed every opportunity in life don't necessarily make anything of it.
At one crucial level, success is a state of mind. Being motivated to succeed is vital. Without this, nothing happens.
Maybe you want to start your own plumbing, or baking business?
Maybe you just don't know. You can't put your finger on it yet, but in your core, you know you want to succeed?
This entire course consists of elements that, when pulled together and put into practice, provide a platform from which to succeed.
It's still down to you of course. It can be helpful to have some goal(s) in mind but don't worry about that at this stage.
The course is made up of a number of lessons, which I'll now outline.
We begin the course by outlining 10 key foundations of success.
As you progress through the lesson you'll be invited to undertake an exercise in each of the 10 foundations.
As the course progresses, you'll revisit these key issues in greater depth.
Every journey begins with a single step. This is that journey!
The getting organised lesson is about the nuts and bolts that underpin any successful venture.
It's about planning, preparation, learning when to switch on, and off!
Prioritizing, de-cluttering, setting out the day and looking out for yourself are just a few of the topics.
The lesson is supported by audio clips and video's, links to useful sites offering free resources and a variety of tools and tips to keep you going.
Getting in the flow is such an amazing way to increase your productivity, your quality of work, and how much you enjoy doing the work.
In this short report about the Flow State, we start by defining what flow is. Next, we discuss in great detail what it takes to get into the flow on demand, along with various tips and exercises you can try to help you reach this very particular mental state.
Then we go over various different ways that help you stay in the flow.
It's hard to shy away from time management when we're looking at success. But rather than bang on about it, we're offering up a series of 10 short video clips. Watch these, or go straight to the audio clips.
There's the full eBook for you to download of course, plus a series of short audio clips to listen to and/or download, if that's your preference.
There is nothing more impressive than an eloquent public speaker. Confident, well-versed and in-control, he or she makes it look easy, don't they? But we all know it's not as easy as it looks.
It is a very natural reaction to become nervous before a presentation. This is basically because it is very unnatural to put yourself in the vulnerable position of standing before a large group of people who will judge you and what you say (which is really an extension of you, isn't it?)
Behavior based goals
Behavior- based goals are SMART
'Specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-bound.'
This lesson is a video presentation, supported by an audio ebook. Choose which you like or use both.
Oh, and there's some bonus posters for you to download and use - should you wish.
Your inner circle
Choosing who is in your inner circle is one of the most important decisions you will make.
The people alongside you can feed or suffocate your ambitions and enthusiasm.
Learn why we are social animals. What's the meaning of an 'inner circle' and what are the pitfalls?
What should an effective inner circle bring to you, and how do you go about establishing one?
What are the characteristics of true friendships that feed into inner circle power?
Control: the art of self-discipline
Control: the art of self discipline
Actually this is a free course and acts as a primer for Success Fundamentals. If you haven't already done so, drop by and check it out.
If you haven't already done so I recommend that you enrol on our free course Control: the art of self-discipline.
Unlike this paid course it doesn't come with additional bells and whistles like audio or video, neither is it as big a course. It does however provide a useful grounding on a useful topic in its own right.
Otherwise, I recommend you sign up. You really have nothing to lose. Not only is the course one of the best bargains you're likely to come across, it is backed by a 10 day money back guarantee. What's not to like?
Frequently Asked Questions
This premium course costs just $8.99.
What if I'm unhappy with my purchase?
Well, I would be sad. But if you're really unhappy with the course, just email me at email@example.com within 10 days to get a full refund. **
** please note: this course represents a substantial investment. We've had the unfortunate experience of people downloading the entire course and then asking for their money back. If you do this, I'm afraid we won't be refunding.
How long do I have access to the course?
Forever! Once you've enrolled and paid, you'll have access to the course material for as long as you need. So devour it all in one weekend or take things slow. It's your choice!
I still have a question, how can I contact you?
Always! I'd be happy to answer any questions you might have. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org