“Breakthroughs in learning to experience performance and life breakthroughs” – Raj Gavurla
There’s no other way than learning from someone to generate breakthroughs in learning to experience performance and life breakthroughs.
Therefore, stop trying to do everything on your own. It’s impossible because you have aspirations that require you to learn from someone. What are the two main strategies to accomplish your aspirations?
1. Ask for the right help and pay them
The point of significance is asking for the right help. Your personal situation is unique and different and if someone is not able to listen first to what you want to accomplish to deliver the right help then you need to get the right help from someone else. You want to build an authentic honest dialogue trusting relationship. This isn’t about personalities it’s about performance and life breakthroughs leadership.
2. Ask for qualitative advice and pay them
Who you receive advice from for your personal situation is huge. Anyone giving you advice without listening to your personal situation, building an authentic honest dialogue trusting relationship with you, and doing research isn’t the right person to ask for qualitative advice for you. When this is done the right way qualitative advice is given in a way that enables you to experience performance and life breakthroughs towards your aspirations.
1. Reflect on the times when you asked for the right help and paid them and also when you asked for qualitative advice and paid them. It enabled you to accomplish your aspirations with more ease and fulfillment.
2. Reflect on the time when you asked for help and paid them and also when you asked for advice and paid them. How did it deter from you accomplishing your aspirations with more ease and fulfillment.
Do you know the difference between the right help, qualitative advice, help, and advice?
“Though you cannot go back and start again, you can start from now and have a brand new end.” – Unknown
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