So Rob, I will just talking to you about marketing and marketing is as soft as a speaker, how important do you think that is?
Rob: well….. to have a chance to be involving in the industry, if one needs to market just like any other product and there’s a lot of competition out there. There is a maybe a large market but it’s a limited market and therefore we need to have a self service of what we do out there in front of people.
Ah okay so, do you think that there are some pretty good speaker out there that have bad marketing?
Rob: I would think so ,Yes… many people can have a lot of information and a lot of knowledge and delivery can be good but the information that people need and the marketing you’re looking for speaker and it’s not going to be a thing, so that bullshit
So, there are good speaker out there don’t market very well, and there are bad speaker out there that market very well.
SELF-TALK The conversation you have with yourself is important to analyse. People question themselves more than anyone else and we listen to ourselves more than anyone else. We have approximately 50,000 thoughts a day and each thought goes through the conscious and into the subconscious and builds what we believe to be true (current reality). We are accountable for our own thoughts. The state of our life is nothing more than a state of our minds.
Other people have told you where you belong. It’s time to tell ourselves where we belong. To visualise ourselves in another plateau; to visualise a new reality is adventurous - it’s being different. If we visualise a new reality, a more successful reality, when we go back to the old comfort zone we feel uncomfortable. Deliberately going out of our comfort zone is called adventure. What’s blocking you to your type of success is your subconscious - what you have in your computer.
How do you know you are out of your comfort zone. We only get the thermostat effect when we actually know that we are under or overachieving, according to what we believe. When we get out of our comfort zone:
- We find it hard to retrieve information (exams)
- The voice-box is affected (7% words, 38% tone)
- We have muscle spasms (clumsy and drop things)
- The hands sweat (lie detector tests work because they detect moisture)
Other people are aware that you are out of your comfort zone because they can hear your voice and watch you become nervous. This adds to confirming to yourself that you shouldn’t be there. You can prepare yourself to manage and exceed your comfort zone into a positive zone, and control your thermostat by recognising that your stories have created your realities, and by using affirmations.
If you want to be a happy, positive person you are more likely to be that person if you associate yourself with happy, positive people. The person who says “It can’t be done” is liable to be interrupted by somebody doing it. Winston Churchill, best known as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom during the Second World War and winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1953, stated “An optimist sees an opportunity in every calamity and a pessimist sees the calamity in every opportunity.” It is easy to see this statement in the real world.
Believe that you get the best speaker and you are in a better position to get them!
How the Mind Works. Your creative subconscious is responsible for many things. The way you fold your arms, which part you wash yourself first in the shower, what shoe you put on first, the driving of your car, and ladies, how you put on your makeup. If we had to think about these things beforehand then it would take time and be annoying.
The creative subconscious is also responsible for your self-image. What you perceive of yourself. If you perceive you are middle class, know everything about sales, eat everything on your plate, earn $45,000 a year, not as smart as your brother etc. etc. ……
You can program your subconscious. If you change the belief on the inside, you will change your belief on what you believe you can do.