Dec
22

Creativity and Results

I recently returned from James Malinchak’s Millionaire Speakers Bootcamp in Los Angeles.

One of My clients, Carey Peters, who said I could comment on her, won the coveted Marketer Of The Year Award at the bootcamp. The quality of the competition was very high so why did she win? I can think of three main reasons why she won.

First, her beliefs about her abilities, about the worth of the effort and her willingness to risk loosing made it possible for her to compete wholeheartedly. Second she was very creative in her approach. She used her acting skills to good avail and modeled last years winner Jonathan Sprinkles. Lastly she took massive action.

What I have observed is that so many very creative people with useful beliefs about them selves flounder when it come to taking action. For creative people too much creativity can be their greatest downfall because they continue to generate ideas.  Failure to take consistent action on good ideas means the ideas aren’t implemented. Certain actions of course will be more effective and learning or modeling others who have been successful helps,  but in the end action steps are what pays off.

Carey has been a consistent example of someone who takes action and her results reflect that.

P.S. Do you want to reprint this article? Please do, just be sure that it remains intact and includes the following bio.

About Terry: Terry Hickey, M.S., is a Certified NLP Professional Coach, Business Trainer and Consultant, a Certified Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming and the co-owner of NLP Advantage Group. Originator of the Belief Breakthrough Method™, Terry specializes in teaching coaches and entrepreneurs how to rapidly resolve limiting beliefs about wealth and success. His tips and strategies can help you launch yourself into the future you want… NOW.

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