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What are your ‘mirrors’ telling you?

There are 8 areas of our life each containing mirrors, reflecting back to us what we are and where we are. If we do not like the reflection there is no use adjusting the mirror! For with every adjusted mirror, still, there you are. If you do not like the image that is re-presented then wisdom suggests you start with the projection (you). Adjusting things in you adjusts the image of you creating the change you want to see. Many times in life we want to change others; change our friends; change our relationships; and change something on the outside in order to bring us the fulfilment and satisfaction we desire to feel on the inside. We make changes on the outside which only seem to snap back in to its old form again after a short space of time. Wondering then why we can’t create the experience we want to live in. The only thing you can really change is you. Significant change requires work on the inside. To create transformation which is lasting change we need to develop new consciousness, new habits, new practices, and new language to create a world of difference to participate in. This awareness echoes the truth in the statement it’s not you it’s me. Let’s take responsibility for the changes we want to see in our lives and refuse to blame everyone and the world around us. The power lies within, not outside of us. And when we change our internal states we will most certainly change our external experiences.

Excerpt from book Can We Talk?

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Using the language of influence

There is the language of influence that you can use when interacting with

people. But in order to use that language effectively to create connection at

work and within our families, we need to understand the key components

of each personality. For instance what makes each style feel comfortable,

how each likes to act and speak with others, and what type of environments

they like to be in.

You cannot begin to influence without the knowledge of what to influence

upon. It is also important to recognise that being able to positively influence

anyone relies largely on our ability to understand ourselves first.

In order to adjust our styles for optimal success and to bring balance to our

lives, the outgoing fast-paced type will need to learn how to be more steady,

cautious, and more laid back. And the reserved slower pace will need to be

more dominant and interactive by reaching out to people and being more

flexible. In addition, they will need to consider going with the flow of

things rather than having to plan every move.

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