Putting self development training to the test. In these blogs I am reading and testing the Intimate Modeling course from Ken Haberman.
Results since last blog
Last blog was earlier today. It was a great experience doing Intimate Modeling.
Just a few minutes ago I changed this website. Now people can book a coaching appointment and pay over the website to my Paypal account. I decided to go for exclusive Skype coaching. No more transport (so eco friendly), very flexible in timing for you and for me! Contact the Sustainability Coach here.
I launched a twitter message offering an hour of free coaching for the first three people who retweet.
I feel excited on what is going to happen.
Optional Intimate Modeling activities
Ken Haberman motivates in taking more steps for better results at Intimate Modeling. I will note a few that I like most here. Some of them are really easy!
- Take one step right now (just did that by changing my website)
- Ken gives a lot of idea’s for small re-occuring steps in our every day life.
- I like the idea of making small changes in language to align them with my desires
- Find a mentor
- I’m very inspired by Steve Jobs. Of course he won’t be able to mentor me in person anymore. But in spirit – he does!
- Of course – one can have more than one mentor. And they’re all around us!
- I experience a deep respect for the wisdom of Ken Haberman. Haven’t asked him yet to become my mentor with exact words. I’m considering – it has to be a wise choice.
- Ask big and ask often!
- I once asked advice starting a new business to the CEO of a company I hardly knew. His company now invested in mine!
- Do something you want to do badly
- Let is go and let it happen
There is more in the book. The last one “Let it go and let it happen” reminds me of how I feel often. I often feel like pushing the brake and the speed at the same time. A waste of energy. If should let go and let happen…
End of the introduction week reading
I now have read the complete introduction week and have done some of the exercises. I will continue doing so for the rest of the weekend- reading and doing.
Tomorrow I will write a recap of the first week.
- The most lasting and significant positive effects result from small things (David Allen)
- Find someone who has what you want. Do what they do and you’ll get what they got.
- Seeks lost of wise counsel. (King Solomon)
- Your life is the story you keep telling yourself
- I’ve had thousands of problems in my life, most of them never actually happened (Mark Twain)
- He who never makes mistakes never makes anything
- If you want to succeed, double your failure rate (Thomas J. Watson jr)
- Anything worth doing is worth doing badly (Susan Welter)
- It’s fat better to do something you want to do badly than nothing at all (Ken Harber)