Don’t we all want to be liked by everyone around us. This is a condition that many of us have. To break this conditioning means we have to put in some effort. If you Empower The Observer within, as Author Speaker Kit Gupta talks about in his latest book, you could break such a conditioning that keeps you from performing at your highest level. In this inspirational video Kit shares details about this challenge.
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No matter what background, nationality, race or any other labels you identify yourself with, everyone desires to create a life beyond the ordinary. Whether it is your personal relationship, professional career, social life, or just relationship with yourself, your innate desire is to become better than what you did and better than what you do. That’s living beyond the ordinary!
Millennial Author and International Speaker Kit Gupta speaks to audiences around the world sharing the “how-to” strategies to go beyond living the ordinary life in relationship, career and the society.
Don’t miss this free public event for a talk with the author and an open-mic conversation.
Participating audience will receive a free paperback copy of Break The Ordinary—Finding Success in Personal, Professional and Social Life.
After success in the U.S., iExcel Events comes to Ireland to help you find a state that everyone wishes for—happiness. This event takes you beyond a quintessential motivational seminar and focuses on building practical strategies to create transformation. In this highly interactive event you will learn the “how-to” ways to get to a state of happiness by going beyond motivation and achieve it before getting “success.”
Millennial Author, Speaker and American entrepreneur Kit Gupta brings an opportunity for you to learn the methodologies to transform your relationship, profession and social life. Kit helps audiences around the world to create transformation by building strategies and not through a motivational talk. The energy and interaction at his speaking events gives the audience the momentum they have been longing for to achieve happiness. If you desire to transform in 2017, iExcel Event experience is a must for you!
Pushing on the elliptical machine for over thirty minutes, I increased the resistance to simulate climbing stairs for the remainder of my workout. It was quiet until a trainer and his client (who is serious about losing weight) walked in. I had seen them at the gym for the last three months but never had a conversation with either one of them. We all get familiar with those voices that disregard the presence of anyone else around them, and talk as loudly as possible to make their presence known—this duo had that annoying loud pitched voice. Even with no intention to partake in their discussion, I was now forced to hear the conversation of the day.
“It has been three months and I am still struggling with my weight,” says the trainee. The physical trainer nods. “But I think your endurance has increased since you started,” he said in a positive tone. “But what about the weight?” asked the guy looking for hope to find a solution to his problem. “I have also changed my diet like you asked,” he added, as he breathed heavily and sped up on the treadmill. Questioning his weight loss program, the trainee said, “maybe I need more motivation.”
I wiped the machine I was working out on, picked up my keys, and walked out the exit door. Walking back, I realized that as human beings we are apt in blame storming; we rely on all the external sources that we so confidently assume will help us achieve our goals. Whether it is dropping the extra pounds, doing better in our relationship, performing better at work —always looking for some external force—that will help us make our mark. Motivation is that external stimulus that ignites the desire to achieve something more, but, it is not the sole ingredient that helps us accomplish that something.
The difference between those who accomplish their set goals and those who do not, is not the level of motivation. The primary reason why they are successful in accomplishing their goals, is the strategies they create to stay the course, and overcome all the challenges and roadblocks.
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