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What's your genius pt 4

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Hi everybody. Jay Niblick here. Live and in person, this time. I got a lot of emails over the last week saying "Hey, how come we don't see you Jay? Is it that scary? Or what's going on?" I've never really thought about that I guess. So to me the content was the most important thing and that's what I was focusing on what I realized though is there's some lack of connection. Based on what you've said... Didn't really know exactly who we were, so I wish I could see you but I'm appearing (...) speaking in an event hope you don't mind the (...) of this video but I kind like to do it this way. It's just natural, it's authentic, it's me. I'm here in a little conference room (...) on the side, next to the meeting that we had and today we're gonna talk about video no. 4. Now in the first videos we've already established the Self-Awareness and Authenticity in the study and The Problem and all the stuff I won't go back into because they're on the next 3 videos over here to the right or your left. Most important I hope they've been of benefit to you, I hope they've been of great value, I hope that you've realized how you've got to change the way you perceive yourself. I don't want to say think because that would go against what I've been saying but I want to at least hope that you've changed the way you think about yourself. The way you perceived your limitations. Today we're gonna talk, here in video #4 the final video about some very practical applications. I'll give you 3 practical applications that you can do tonight, today, right now to start becoming more Authentic. Gave you a little glimpse of them in the last video. We'll also gonna talk about the WHAT. We didn't forget it we talked about HOW and WHY in video #3 here we're gonna give you some stuff that you can do to understand the WHAT I'm gonna give you links to some free resources, I'm gonna give you access to some things that aren't free and we're gonna talk about some great stuff. I hope those of you, the high D's out there the high practicals there going crazy with wanting to take more practical action realize... (...) it's all been theory what had to happen before we got to this point was that you had to shift your belief system. You had to start thinking differently, you had to open your mind up and become receptive to some different ideas. As much as it is a cliche a paradigm shift if you (...). And hopefully that's happened. Now,before we talk about those practical things I know I hurt you you're like "Agrh... No more theory!" This isn't theory. I want you to, again, change 2 more aspects about how you're thinking before we dive into the last video here, OK? Piece no 1 I want you to think about what I call The Quiet Path. It's kind of wrapping everything we've talked about. See, there's a Loud Path and a Quiet Path. And these are the paths you can take. Chinese term called Tao meaning way or path. And you've got two that you can follow in anything small or micro examples when you're just doing a task here at the table and you're done or big macro examples like your overall plan in life or relationships or careers. Doesn't matter how long or short that path is how involved or not you are in it is it the right path or not. The Loud Path, I call it that because that's the whole world telling you which path to take your mam, your dad, your sisters, your brothers,your siblings, your friends, your peers, your schools, the gurus on the street... the articles you read, whatever, the whole world is cacophony of noise screaming at you "Go this way! Do it this way! Be this or be this way!" And then, there's this other Tao over here, this little other way or path and I call that The Quiet Path. Because in quiet path the only thing talking to you about where to go is YOU. That quiet, little voice inside someone call it intuition or gut instinct, a hunch, OK? It's that voice inside that's telling you this is the true path for me this is the way I should go this is the way I should approach the problem this is the way I should take this (...) And that's your talents speaking to you it's the way you perceive it's the way your mind works and thinks it's your motivations, your drivers, your natural behaviours your WHAT, WHY, HOW. Everything we've talked about. But that little voice in comparison to the world usually gets drown down. And in the end that's really what the whole entire video series is gonna be about. You must first identify that path that's Self-Awareness and then you can just identify and ignore it and opt for the other you can give in to the Loud Path because it's so overwhelming you can lose sight of the Quiet Path you have to follow it and that's Authenticity. That's sometimes the harder part. I might see it, OK, cool but nobody else knows that I'm seeing it but if I start down it well, then everybody is going to see me walking down it. And that's Self-Awareness, OK, cool, no one has to know that. Authenticity - that's in the world. And it's sometimes a very difficult journey to take. You've got to be willing to follow that Quiet Path. Because the world, The Loud Path, the only thing missing there is they don't know you. They don't know what your talents are they don't know what your motives are they don't know what your drivers are. I've just came out of a meeting where a bunch of us sat around and we've talked with some experts in the world were talking and the one thing that was kind of missing was we realized we were talking about single messages to large groups, the entire world. It was one message saying this that didn't connect with every individual that was gonna hear that message those individuals need to know themselves So you're the only one that can do that, you're the only one that can identify your Quiet Path. Second last thing we'll talk about before we'll dive into the video number 4 Self-Belief. Now there's a whole bunch of parts to Self Belief we're not gonna cover here. But there's one part that we are. And that's called Self Acceptance. You have got to accept that you suck at X. Or you suck at Y or you suck at Z. I don't care what it is. Or all of them. You've got to accept that. And that's not easy to do. We're programmed not to accept being bad at something we're programmed by school that you've got to get an A in everything. And that's how they reward you. But that's not reality. In reality we know people who were the best that we've known personally you and I have lots of things they're great at and lots of things they stink at. And Self Acceptance means only up to the fact that I'm not great at this and being OK with it. See many of us will identify a weakness because later I'm gonna get back and fix it. I'm only targeting it so it can be eliminated by fixing it. And we're OK with saying that. sometimes. Self Acceptance means accepting that a part of you is the part that's not gonna be able to do something. There's an old chinese proverb that says recognize Beauty and Ugliness is born recognize Good and Evil is born. It's the whole Yin and Yang you can't have one side of the coin. Physics, you can't there has to be a second side. If it's not two dimensional you have to have two sides to it. You can't have good identified unless there's the opposite in context. You can't have talents if you don't have non-talents you can't have strengths if you don't have weaknesses. But we don't think that way we're told get rid of all the weaknesses and have nothing but strengths. Self Acceptance says I own up to the fact that I suck at these areas and if you look at that Yin-Yang circle that black and white two little (...) kind of shapes that circle isn't complete unless 100% of both sides are there and so you can identify the light side and say here's all the great things I'm good at but then you (...) ignore the black, the dark side. You can't because that circle is not complete. The only way to feel complete about yourself, the only way to feel whole is to 100% (...) both of those sides that means if I'm great at these 10 things that I'd get better to identify 10 things I'm not. I can't have 10 and 2. That's a scale that's not balanced because everything we know in nature the human body with homeostasis ecosystems, environmental systems, you name it, the world, the natural world seeks to achieve harmony and balance. I don't think we're any different. So find those 5, 10, 15 things that you're great at, 1, 2, don't care and identify their opposite identify their twin, their mirror image in 1, 2, 5, 10, 15 things that you're not great at. Whatever the number is you wanna deal with that's up to you but there'd better be parity there. And that's Self Acceptance. So let's dive in Number 1 we're gonna talk about Talent Bartering. A technique for becoming more Authentic. Drop&Grab or Damp&Grab depending or where we read That's the second technique for becoming more Authentic. And finally role change. It's coming. That can be either internal or exthernal Role Change. And lastly we'll talk about resources that are available to help you make use of all of these and I'll help you to identify the WHAT. So it's been a real pleasure hopefully this has helped and I'll see you on the inside. All right, and before we dive into the 3 practical steps towards Authenticity I want you to think about one more thing I call it a typical definition of success now while it didn't show up in anywhere in a hard data there was one final trait which did show up time and time again in all the interviews I conducted. One of the questions I asked each interviewee was How do you define success? In almost every single case every person gave me a very different answer from the one I was expecting. I was expecting to hear that they define success as the achievement of business goals or the money that they've made or the fame or power or some more typical definition of success. What I heard however was that they define success as being happy. When I asked them what they were happy about I was equally surprised. Again, happiness they described didn't have anything to do with fame power, money or what one might expect. What they were happy with was the relationships they had with their family and friends or the feeling they got from helping others of the satisfaction they received from their ability to give back or the passion they felt for what they did. Now, you might be asking well, yeah, Jay, but were they happy because they were succesful or was their happiness a key component of their success? In the end I decided it was the latter. And that their happiness was a key driver of their success not the result of it. I say this because from appearly logical perspective I can think of lots of people who have loads of money tons of fame, piles of achievement, and tremendous power and authority but who are still not happy. However all the people I know who consider themselves truely happy also consider themselves truely successful. Therefore happines must be, in my opinion, the key ingredient in defining your success not the result of it. It seems that happiness is in effect, the DNA of success. All route branch out from this and all lead back to it. Just think about it. You desire success so that you can have lots of money so that you can be financially secure which will make you happy or so you hope. You want to win a competition because you feel the need to prove yourself and have others admire you which will make you feel better about yourself and this will make you happy. Again, you hope. You have a desire to be in charge, on top, the big boss, to have control and prestige to prove your worth, which, again, will make you really happy. The key is that everything is really driven by happiness and so success at its most basic level is built on being happy. Not on being successful in (...) itself. The trick is figuring out what will really make you happy because when you know this only then do you really know what success means to you. Many of us however get caught up in chasing the means to an end. Spending a life pursuing the trappings of success not the happiness that makes up its true spirit. We get easily confused about what the true objective is and many times end up sacrificing our happiness in pursuit of some objective that was supposed to deliver our happiness in the first place. In such cases, the means actually become the end itself and the end of our happiness as well. For example one person might get so focused on winning manager of the year that she ends up hurting others even those she loves, which ultimately makes her unhappy. Another person might get so wrapped up in rising high in the organization that the balast (...) to achieve such attitude ends up as being personal life. which ultimately makes him unhappy. And still another person might get lost in a race to acquire so much wealth and security that by the time he has it he's alienated all those he would share with and, guess what... Yep, he's unhappy. Many people ultimately, unfortunately, fight so hard to get the trappings of success that they damage or destroy that which would really make them happy. The vital lesson you need to take from all of the Geniuses around us is not to get caught up in the means to the end. To be successful means to be happy. So figure out what would really make you happy and then chase that end. Always. I'd like you to stop this video for just a second grab a pen and I want you to write down "My happiness is..." What is your definition of happiness? Just like Self Awareness you need Success Awareness, let's call it. Now I'm just making this up actually it's a term I haven't used before. But you need Success Awareness. What is it? That's really your true definition of success. Because without that as a guide on there's a real danger that as you go out there and start to become more Authentic it's in the vein of doing something that's not sincerely your real true definition of success and happiness. To figure that out stop the video, answer the question, My happiness is...? And then once you've written that go ahead and hit start again. Here's a riddle for you. If there're 3 frogs sitting on a log and one decides to jump into the water how many frogs are left on the log? The answer is : 3. Because deciding to jump and actually jumping are 2 very different things. So far you've been working in your mind you've been considering your attitude, examining long-held beliefs and gaining new knowledge and hopefully this has been a wonderful exercise for you and you've decided to jump. Your final revolution here is to leave the world of your mind and move into your reality to actually make these changes in your life to actually leap not just decide to leap. So unlike those 3 frogs how do you take the work you've done so far in a book and actually squeeze the trigger? In reality it's actually a surprisingly simple process. This is for a couple of reasons it's simple #1 because you've already done the bulf of the work, belive it or not, changing the way you think about yourself is oftentimes the hardest part. It's also simple because when you create better alignment between your role and you natural talents performance increases almost by itself. It's a little scary. You don't have to work as hard to be better when you rely more exclusively on what your brain already does naturally well. Basically squeezing the trigger involves a very straightforward process of decreasing dependance on non-talents and increasing dependance on talents. As I said before, it's about maximizing your successes dependance on talents and minimizing your successes dependance on non-talents. And there's actually a little mathematical formula that goes along with this. That formula is on the screen here: plus T minus NT infinity. All this means is add responsibilities to your role that depend on your one talent and subtract responsibilitis in your role that depend on one non-talent. And then repeat. The responsibilities you add are gonna be those that are not currently a part of your role but will increase your dependance on your natural talents and the responsibilities you'll subtract will be those that currently are a part of your role but they rely on your non-talents. That's it! Using the profiles that we've given you so far and the other one I'm gonna give you access to here in this video identify one talent that you can increase your dependance on and then identify one non-talent that you can decrease your dependance on. It really is as simple as addition and subtraction. And you'll do this one set at a time. One talent, one non-talent. And then just repeat the whole entire process until you're as happy as you want to be until you're as satisfied with your performance until you're achieved your definition of success which again, I hope, is going to be some form of happiness. So those 3 steps to Authenticity are #1: Talent Bartering and this is partnering to improve your role with someone else by swapping responsibilities where each of you increase your dependance on a talent and decrease each other's dependance on non-talents. We'll give some examples here in just a minute. #2 I call Dump&Grab which is just changing the way you actually perform your role and #3 actually changing roles. Now that can be an internal change where you stay with a company and just take on a slightly different or drastically different role or changing companies altogether. So let's explore each of these deeper. #1 Talent Bartering This means finding someone who has a talent where you do not. Partnering with someone who is strong where you are weak, and vice versa. This is where you partner with someone else to swap or barter each other's complimentary talents. So here's a very recent example of a person who has a great opportunity to do some Talent Bartering. His business is in helping companies do web marketing to establish their presence in their market and let people know where they are and there all (...) of natural talents that go along with that. But as the small entrepreneur his talents and non-talents are not for the accounting that he has to do or the legal preparation that he has to do for incorporating companies and (...) and not for administrative things like keeping organized and scheduling appointments and so on and so forth. But he asks me, he says "Jay, listen, I'm a very small start-up I can't afford to outsource and pay all of these other people or hire employees. Here's an ideal bartering opportunity. He is going to have some need for an accountant he can try to do his own quick books but I guarantee you he can find an accountant in town who doesn't have any web presence. Who's great at what he does but doesn't know how to do SEO and help other clients find him. So he can barter. He can swap - that's what bartering is. I've got rice you've got a pig let's talk about swapping. I mean it's been around for generation after generation. We don't do it much any more so let's bring it back but let's bring it back and swap the commodity that's most valuable. Back then, when it was originated, that was food now it's your intellectual capital. So that's all we're talking about doing. He can approach accountants in his town and say "You know what? Let's barter! Let's trade. You help me establish a bookkeeping procedure or you help me and I will help you get your web presence I'll help you to get a website up I'll help you find a website that will bring customers in." He may need to do some (...) of work and so he might need to spend a small amount of money with some attorneys in town. I guarantee you that he can find somebody who knows much more about that than he does a new, young, starting attorney who doesn't know how to bring clients into their office. And again, you can barter. He has the opportunity to say "Let's trade." The intellectual capital is the commodity that's (...) today I've got some, you've got some let's trade. Even on the administrative side he can find somebody who wants to set up a business as a virtual assistant. I know quite a few. But she doesn't know anything or he doesn't know anything about creating a website that will help to find all the clients that he or she wants. So, again, an ideal opportunity to barter. Heck, I did this myself when I started Innermetrix many years ago. I didn't know anything about programming but I knew the psychometric industry side and my founding partner I met over took a university and he knew all about programming but didn't know anything about businesses that he might start up. So we bartered talents, we swapped talents and started Innermetrix, neither of us putting in any capital from the financial standpoint we each contributed intellectual capital because again that's the core commodity today. Was back then too. So there're some examples of how you can barter. And in so doing you achieved the objectives that you need but you don't manufacture weaknesses in doing it. Get it! What's that you say? Hey, I'm not an entrepreneur Jay. Cool, so what? You're an employee, let's say you're a sales manager you're not great in understanding all the new technical wizard(...) of the laptops that you've got to use with all your sales managers or your sales people but the sales manager on the neighbouring territory is a pro at it. However, she's not great at hiring and interviewing. And that's a (...) for you. Barter! Swap! So here's an action step for you when it comes to Talent Bartering let's get an interactive here I want you to answer some questions and I mean grab a pen stop a video when you need to and actually answer these things. First, write down these 2 things 2 aspects of the current job that you feel that force you to rely on a non-talent. Look at your reports, take all the time you need. Figure out where you're manufacturing 2 weaknesses and write them down. Next, I want you to name someone you know at work, outside of work, someone anywhere who excels in these 2 areas. You might not know it for sure because you don't have a profile on them and if not tell them to go to website and take their own profile. What the heck? But name somebody or people that you know who do have those talents and for them they love it. See the idea behind Talent Bartering is to put the responsibilities on the somebody else who loves to do it who's great at it. It's not quite the same as outsourcing which is just one directional. Bartering is bi-directional. I'm taking something from them that they're not goot at and I'm helping them stop manufacturing weaknesses and vice versa they're taking something from me. So it's more collaborative than simply outsourcing which we'll talk about in a minute because that's another form as well. Now, what are 2 aspects of your current role that do allow you to rely on a talent? So write those 2 down. What are some natural talents that you do have and can you think of anybody at work who isn't good in these areas or in your life anyone who, if you collaborated with, you would help them by removing their blind spots by stopping the manufacture of weaknesses that they're doing. Could be the same person as above could be multiple people I don't know. But the idea is get a pen and start writing down (...) 2 areas where I'm manufacturing weaknesses and who do I know that for them they would love that they would easily be able to do it. And if there's anything where they're manufacturing weaknesses where I can help? And this is the idea behind bartering that's why I use the term. Swapping. Giving of equal value basically. So this is one of the more common ways that we see people modify their roles. Maybe the job still needs to be done, the tasks that do this have to be accomplished but they find other people who can do them and in return they help by taking duties that they have to do and helping them do it. If you can't barter with somebody, if you can't swap duties then you may have to consider option #2. which I call Dump&Grab. Dump certain responsibilities in other words and sometimes grab other responsibilities. So let's discuss dumping things first. If you have a dependance on a non-talent but there isn't anyone to collaborate with then Talent Bartering isn't going to be an option. At least in that case. And in these cases you'll just have to dump the responsibility from your plate. The most well-known form of this is called "Delegating". Outsourcing. And Delegating is not Bartering. When you delegate you're not trading responsibilities. The Geniuses I spoke to however outsource or delegate all the time. Tony Robbins leaves a negotiation of contracts and acquisitions to others who don't share his level of empathy and are more comfortable carrying out tough negotiations. Marshall Goldsmith has a university named after him for goodness sake and he owns a consulting firm but he leaves the direct managment of both to others because he doesn't enjoy or feel like he's good at it. Michael Lorelli delegates all the time. He's the former president of Pepsi Co. and Pizza Hut in our discussions on how he deals with non-talents he said "If it's simply not in my DNA I try to align myself better, not change myself" And I supplement my non-talents through others. In other words I delegate." And let me give you my own example of 2 ways that I've delegated or outsourced in the past. Each month for our distributors we have to create a certain amount of reporting. Some of it is automated but some of it's still not. Many years ago more of it was not and guess who did the actual report creation. Yeah, me. The high D, low C. And here's a good example and it I took me (...) 2 hours to complete this one very complex report. When I got a personal assistant or administrative assistant I started having her create these reports and here's the interesting thing I could have just delegated it and said "You know what? You hate it as much as I do but oh well, too bad... I'm the boss!" But that would be dumb. Because then I'm just... forcing someone else to manufacture a weakness in the administrative assistent that I have she loves creating those kinds of structures she's flawless at seeing those kind of details and it takes her about 20 minutes to create the report that it took me almost 2 hours to create and consistently. The result are better report in a fraction of the time and it's somebody that's excited to do it. And then example of outsourcing is we needed to create a website with SEO and blogs and wordpress and all the stuff I didn't understand. Tried it, tried to get there in and understand how to create my own newsletters, and do the blogging and even the tweeting and facebooking and all the stuff to create some (...) and social media. And hated it, sucked at it. didn't do it very well... wasn't consistent with it so now I'm outsourcing. I don't do those myself. I actually pay somebody to do it. But it's someone who's great at it and somebody whose passion is to constantly devour articles on SEO, constantly figure out what's going on in the social media space. thrives in that environment, and so it's 10 times as good as when I was doing it they love it, it's manufacturing strengths for them which in the end is manufacturing strengths for me. In the Dump&Grab mentality of becoming more Authentic not only you dump duties that make you success dependent on a non-talent but it requires that you grab or add new duties that would help make your success even more dependant on your talents. Grabbing is simply finding new tasks or duties that you can do but aren't currently a part of your job. And option #3 is you may have to change roles. One of the most common reasons for chronic failure and dissatisfaction in the role is chronic inauthenticity. As I said earlier the first step in creating your authentic self is acknowledging your inauthenticity. Is quote from Kirekegaard where he says "Face the facts of what you are for that is what changes what you are" Many times when people face the fact of what they are they find that their roles are just too inauthentic, too far from their Quiet Path, or too dependent on their non-talents. They find that in order to be truely Authentic they will have to delegate or modify the majority of their role. And in these cases most of the time the best thing to do is to probably find another role altogether. If you can't learn to love what you do then you need to go do what you love. If your role is too inauthentic if you're forced to be more of what you are not than what you are on a daily basis then quit and go find a role that will allow you to do what you love. If you decided this is the option that's best for you and changing roles altogether is where you must go consider moving to another role within your existing company. This should absolutely be your very first option to explore because you won't lose all the goodwill pensions, leave, knowledge, networks everything you've developed a good portion of it goes with you if you stay in a company and move to a different role. Now, this may very quick option to rule out but it should still be your first objective. Talk with your manager, share what you've learned about yourself and your thoughts concerning your fit with your existing role. I can't guarantee that you've got a good manager but a good managar will wanna keep you as a valuable resource even if it's in a different department or division as long as it's within the company. Look, it's really simple. If I only give you 3 words that wrap up everything I've said in the last 4 videos here they are: JUST DO YOU! That's it! Just do you, if you could tatoo that on the inside of your eyelides if you could have that on the banner against the wall in your office if you got to have that on your bathroom mirror. That's all you've got to remember. It really can be that simple. Just do you requires those 2 traits. You got to know what you are first so there's the Self-Awareness side and just doing it is the Authentic part. So remember JUST DO YOU! Now the last thing we need to talk about is the WHAT. We've talked about WHY and HOW but I want to talk about the WHAT. It resides in a profile called "Genius Profile". You've taken the DISC profile, you've taken the values profile and I've given those to you for free and I'm gonna give you the Genius Profile for free as well. But I'm gonna do this one a little bit differently. What I've done is creting online workbook where not only you can get an access to the Genius Profile again, totally free but there's so much more that I've created to help you not just become Self-Aware including the WHAT but then to learn how to become Authentic to it. I've created an online (...) where you'll find a self-assesment tool that will help you actually decide just exactly how much The Problem is an issue for you. There are activities in this online workbook where you can download pdfs or you can do the pre-evolution exercises. In the same online (...) of tools is what I think is probably my favourite tool you see Authenticity is an ongoing process so I decided to build an ongoing system of measuring how Authentic you've been every week is my recommendation but you can use it as frequently as you want. Here on the screen you see a simple 20 item assesment that you can give yourself every week and it helps you identify 1. how Authentic you've been and 2. it tracks your satisfaction and how you feel you've performed during that week so you can start to see the correlation between Authenticity, satisfaction and performance. And it even maps the trend for you. So over time as you do more and more of this it shows you how Authentic you've been and how that impacts your level of performance and satisfaction. I've got a cognitive scripting guide on here we haven't talked about that but it allows you to remove self-limiting beliefs it allows you to go through a process designed to crush self-doubt that you may have. There's an exercise on here called Future Visioning. See it's important to really have a crystal clear understanding of where you see yourself going. And that needs to be an Authentic place a vision of an Authentic you if you're not Authentic now and this process has been proven by use with thousands of people to help create that confidence that this is where I'm going to go. One of the more practical tools is what I call the Interview Success Guide. That's included in here as well. Not only does it help you interview for a job better if you get to option 3 and you decide that you gonna need to look for a new role this guide will help you leverage the talents that you now have awareness of to show off your strengths and blow off your weaknesses as we say. It also has a section that helps you identify the behavioural style of your interviewer. So within minutes without giving them a profile we'll teach you how to look for certain key characteristics and attributes in the way they behave where you can peg whether they're a high D.I.S. or C. and that helps you understand how to communicate with them in the actual interview. All of these tools reside in online suite and they're all free. Now there's just one last final resource that I'm very excited to tell you about. It's a book called "What's Your Genius?" In the book are all the findings that you've seen in these 4 videos. I've captured the research, the findings of them, all of those interviews I did with all of those peak performers they're in the book Tony Robbins even decided to write a foreward for the book because he found it so compelling. And it this book is so much more than what we're able to talk about in these 4 videos. There's just no way I could cover it all. So that's why I wrote the book. What's Your Genius? How the best think for success in the new economy holds the potential to truely change your life. It's a resource that you can carry with you it's a resource that's gonna fill in and flash out all of the different holes that may have appeared in the last 4 videos where I just didn't have time to go as deep as I really needed to to help you understand how to appreciate your Self-Awareness how to really interpret these reports and how to become more Authentic. Now, this last resource does have an expense to me and we won't be able to create it like an online tool so I'm gonna ask that you purchase this last resource. I'm gonna ask that you actually purchase the book. But in order to flash out as much possible value as I can for you I'm gonna flash that offer out even more. If you purchase the book today not only do you get the physical book shipped directly to you but for those who want more instant access I've decided to throw in an ebook so you'll be able to have download of that immediately and for those of you that want a mobile access I'm going to throw in the full, (...) audiobook as well. And lastly for those of you that wanna have access to all of these videos plus 23 more that you haven't even heard about yet all much shorter; 3 to 5 minutes in length but really much deeper into one very small, very specific piece of this entire puzzle. And all of these reside online on your own free password protected workbook site. So again... The resources that I'm just not able to stuff into these 4 shorter videos include The Self-Awareness check exercises and activities The Authenticity Checker The free Genius Profile the downloadable Cognitive Scripting Guide the Future Visioning exercise and guide the interview success guide and then, when you purchase the book, not only do you get the physical book but you get the ebook the audiobook and I'll give you an access to all of those videos to download and keep on your computer and use as much as you want for as long as you need. So let's just cut to the chase Everything you've seen on the previous two screens all of these tools, all of these activities, all of the guides, all of the profiles these are all of the things that we've only so far used live in our training programs around line with our corporate clients. Because we were able to bundle them together into this package I'm able to offer them to you at a drastically reduced price. That's $1 220, 95 worth of materials and I'm gonna give those to you for free. and (...) this into the cost because we've been able to get our programmers to move them all into a nice online system and I'll be honest it's operating all on its own. But the book, the ebook, the audiobook and the upkeep of the video library plus the creation of all of it that is $474,95 worth of material and I'm giving it to you today for just $47. Now, I'm not gonna pull some scarcity technique on you and tell you that I can only do this for 24 hours that's (...) It's online, I've got lots of books, the publisher can print more, what I can tell you however is that I don't know how long it's gonna be before we roll all of these into our extended coaching programme and when I do roll that out I won't be able to keep this up because it'd compete with it. It may still be a couple of weeks before we manage to get that rolled out. So, go ahead and get the order today click on the button on the bottom of this page and get all of these fantastic tools, supplies, and everything you need today to get started on discovering what your genius is and then being Authentic to it. And look.. We've been in business for over 12 years we've profiled and serviced over 400 000 individuals across the world. We've worked with 1000s of organizations and I know one thing you can't satisfy everybody so it's important that we offer a 100% money back guarantee. If you're not completely satisfied you let me know we will refund your money 100% and go ahead and keep access to everything online keep the book, keep the videos, keep your password protected interactive site and continue to use it. If you're not a 100% satisfied I'm not. There's my offer. And lastly I just wanna say Thanks! Thanks for giving me your time, thanks for giving me your attention, and thanks for giving me the opportunity to bring this message to you. To bring the information we found in the study and to give you the opportunity to understand your Genius to change the way you perceive yourself, to change the way you think about success, and hopefully to become happier with what you do and how you do it. I hope you found these 4 videos incredibly beneficial in your life I hope you've changed the way you look at yourself I hope this is may just some small movement in taking you from where you are now to where you know you can be. So I'll leave you with one final thought it's just that I want you to JUST DO YOU! Thanks a lot! And hopefully I'll talk to you again really soon.

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Posted by: weronikalabaj on Jun 26, 2010

What's Your Genius? has been used by professionals, entrepreneurs, business owners, office workers, laborers and even Fortune 500 CEO's who are looking for a way to maximize their personal success with less frustration and effort.

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