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From solitary to open street

If it’s not in your dreams, you can't achieve it. In a week where we have seen solitary isolation end with re-entry to the streets from the pandemic, combined with a huge global surge in street marches in favour of #BlackLivesMatter, a crash in our economy, growing job losses, and a significant increase in mental problems - there is a lot to worry about. While we can adapt to the changes that whirl around us, it takes time and effort to shift long-standing habits. Initially, we all had considerable concern about isolation – and now, many of us are actually fearing the end of isolation, because it is yet another change and it is causing us to lose control over our smaller contained world, where we felt safe. Many of us are now thinking about limiting our exposure to the world, as re-entry is totally frightening between the contagious nature of the virus and the world-wide economic woes. We are thinking of hunkering down and playing safe.

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Mindset Magic

Henry Ford famously said If you think you can do a thing or think you can't do a thing, you're right. As we go through life, we all try to understand where we fit within our tribe, our herd, our pack, our crowd, our club, our team our organization, our company.  We have an insatiable thirst to understand and establish our status, our exclusivity, where we belong. As human beings, we are as motivated by status and exclusivity as any pack animal. We all want to do our best and be successful and yet so many of us fail to achieve our targets. Why is it that some people are more successful than others? Why do some people succeed where others crash and burn? Why do some people thrive with risk when others become paralyzed? Why do some people hesitate when others strike?  Why is that some people are filled with apprehensions while others are so certain? Paulo Coelho Whenever you want to achieve something, keep your eyes open, concentrate and make sure you know exactly what it is you want. No one can hit their target with their eyes closed. When I work with elite performers, success is the ultimate goal.…

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