Ensure you’re doing the things that need to be done.
Doing the things that need to be done - even when you don’t feel like doing them. Almost every inspirational, personal development coach (from Jim Rohn and Tony Robbins to Bruce Lee, Muhammad Ali and even the Dalai Lama) express the intense value of being able to execute what needs to be done: “A disciplined mind leads to happiness, and an undisciplined mind leads to suffering”.
This is a half-day session.
Content, Exercises & Resources
This training is a combination of presentations and hands-on exercises. This training covers: Discipline And Motivation, Why Change Is Hard, Retraining Your Brain, Removing Distractions, Eliminating Procrastination Tools, The Process of Forming New Habits.
This is an intense half day. There is a large amount of content in this session and, unlike many of our other courses, attendees are expected to be very much in ‘learning mode’ (as opposed to ‘absorbing mode’) and are advised to take detailed notes.
Delegates will be able to...
- Understand what discipline really is, how it manifests itself and why motivation, resolutions and setting goals can be fruitless.
- Appreciate why discipline is so hard and how to combat this in-built human mental mechanism - whether it is taking a tough decision or refraining from eating another biscuit.
- Start retraining their own brain to be a disciplined tool that they control from their Human Brain rather than their Chimp Brain.
- Understand the insidious power of distractions as well as emotionally draining environments and people. We will also briefly cover health, diet and wellbeing.
- Consciously form new habits and understand just how hard this can be. Tenacity and persistence are key to success.
The Business benefits because...
- Businesses need managers to take the decisions that need taking and implement the projects that need implementing without procrastination or hesitation.
- Businesses need staff to do the things that need doing and, very often, not do the things that they shouldn’t be doing. Humans, naturally, veer towards the easy, quick, least emotional and most comfortable tasks - avoiding the ones that they know need to be done but have larger consequences or greater risk. Businesses need staff to be able to understand the risks, ‘bite the bullet’ and take action.