Putting self development training to the test. In these blogs I am reading and testing the Intimate Modeling course from Ken Haberman.
Making a decision
Making is decision takes just a fraction of a moment. In my case it took a few hours to consider and reconsider the different options. But the decision was made fast after that.
Successful people make their decisions quickly and change their minds slowly. Failures make their decisions slowly and change their minds quickly. (Andy Andrews)
Ken Haberman was right – one cannot do two things together very good. See previous post!
I was constantly living in two different world: Coaching people and selling/designing camping tents. Totally different. I liked both, honestly. But I now understand that both is too much. I can use my coaching knowledge into my other business. But the coaching won’t be the business.
My friend Rudy Vandamme (co-author from “7 Steps to Emotional Intelligence “) – advised me the same many years ago. At that moment I was not ready to accept that. I am now.
The manifestation diary
Ken haberman suggested to keep a manifestation diary. To look for the proof that whatever I want to happen will happen. To investigate every little detail – as Lt. Columbo does while investigating crime. Up until yesterday little remarkable things happened. But now I had a large list.
The moment I decided to choose for my tent-business many things happened in a single day. Let me give you some examples:
- I got invited to attend several shows to present and sell my tents by several (new and existing) customers
- My local website – www.tentopia.com – got more vistors than ever before
- A German company asked me for a commercial deal on a sustainable tent project (something to do with tents for the Syrian refugees in Jordan – and selling those refugee tents in Belgium).
- I was hinted for a joint venture with another company. Just see what will happen.
- Some crazy but interrogating idea’s are manifesting in my mind.
That I will do after publishing this blog! I am now wearing my running suit. Had been a long time. And I am already feeling good! This can’t go wrong.