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Are struggling to get results in your life; maybe you are trying to lose weight, be more productive or take consistent action on a really big goal you have set for yourself? If that is the case then this course is for you.
It’s designed around the revolutionary insight that people don’t fail, systems do. It’s the ultimate success system to help you achieve extraordinary results and set the stage for a truly vibrant, engaged and fulfilling life.
How amazing would your life be if you learned to manufacture willpower on demand in any area you desired?
If you want to discover the answers to those questions and more, then you are ready to get started with this course.
Oh and one last thing that's really important.
To be clear, I'm not throwing out random tactics. I'm handing you a system.
Remember tactics are short-term. Systems are forever.
Hope to see you on the inside.
Dean (from Canada)
PS. Keep being awesome my friend
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|Section 1: FREE TRAINING: Why lack of willpower is not your fault|
The truth about willpowerPreview
Winning at Willpower: Beautiful Course Outline (PDF download)Preview
Winning at Willpower: Course Completion Checklist (PDF download)Preview
|Section 2: Big idea #1: The surprising ability to learn anything new regardless of age|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #1 (PDF download)
Contrary to what most people think, this one thing DOES NOT change behaviour
Archimedes had it wrong. Why eureka moments don't happen instanteously.
Eliminate 90% of your character flaws with this powerful liberating idea
|Section 3: Big idea #2: Understanding the incredible power of small consistent actions|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #2 (PDF download)
How one women lost 140lbs focusing on changing her behaviors one at a time
How this guy lost 20lbs in two months with no exercise doing just these 2 things
The big secret to lasting change that no one is talking about, but should be
|Section 4: Big idea #3: The importance of systems so you can get out of your own head|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #3 (PDF download)
What the inside of our head looks like when we don't have systems in place
What a rumble strip is and why stealing the metaphor is critical to your successPreview
Illustrated framework: The 5 habits for willpower success (poster included)
Free Resource: The SCORE Method [Colour poster]
|Section 5: Big idea #4: You can't solve anything until you learn to pinpoint the problem|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #4 (PDF download)
Case Study: How someone became more generous and why that is an act of willpower
How to sort through chaos to find the root cause of any problem you may have
Case Study: Two questions to ask to get your email inbox under control
|Section 6: Big idea #5: Determine in advance what desired outcome you are hoping to achieve|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #5 (PDF download)
You have to get crystal clear on where the heck you are going!
Case Study: How a banker to the poor uses specifics to help them escape poverty
Make sure you do this so you know when you have reached your desired destination
|Section 7: Big idea #6: Find creative means to shape your behaviour so you do what must|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #6 (PDF download)
It seems counter-intuitive, but you need to create these to expand your freedom
What a web app like Rescue Time teaches you that is invaluable on your journey
Steal this idea from the author of the bestseller "The Happiness Project"
|Section 8: Big idea #7: Identify those delicate hotspots that throw you off your game|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #7 (PDF download)Preview
Swipe a page from the Albert Einstein playbook (you will love this one)
How best selling author Steven Pressfield anticipates hotspots with his writing
Tip: How I maintain my 40lb weight loss by doing my homework when eating out
|Section 9: Big idea #8: The incredible power of a simple checklist|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #8 (PDF download)
What we can learn from plane crashes and the power of a simple checklist
How a simple checklist is saving millions of dollars and thousands of lives
Why our memories are the worst thing to rely on when an emergency arises
|Section 10: Big idea #9: Create your own playbook (Think of it like a manual on you)|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #9 (PDF download)
Case Study: How Starbucks teaches it's employees to deal with unhappy customers
Use this trick to help you remember exactly what to do in moments that matter
How I cured myself of a 20 year pen chewing habit in 5 days using this method
|Section 11: Big idea #10: Stealing from athletes and leveraging the power of visualization|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #10 (PDF download)
How I used visualization to successfully avoid all the sweets at a friends partyPreview
How Drew Canoli used this strategy to create a 6-figure business for himself
|Section 12: Big idea #11: Practice in an environment that mirrors real life|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #11 (PDF download)
A really powerful lesson in willpower that comes from comedian Jerry Seinfeld
Case study: The importance of deliberate practice in becoming an early riser
Tiger Woods Case Study: Practice in conditions similar to the reality you face
|Section 13: Big idea #12: Focus on specifics whenever possible|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #12 (PDF download)Preview
How David Brashears survived the 1996 Mt. Everest Tragedy by focusing on this
Great companies like Mircosoft and South West Airlines use these kinds of lists
Counter-Intuitive idea: Big problems crumble under the weight of small solutions
|Section 14: Big Idea #13: Drop the prescription mindset and adopt a principle based one|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #13 (PDF download)
Making the transition from one who follows to one who leads
Is this course a prescription or a framework on how to manage life successfully?
The importance of creating this if you want to achieve success.
|Section 15: Big idea #14: Avoid extreme solutions like the plague|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #14 (PDF download)Preview
How marketing misleads you with extreme solutions that promise a quick-fix
Why extreme solutions will always fail you in the end
The demanding toll of extreme
|Section 16: Big idea #15: The importance of manufacturing courage on this journey|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #15 (PDF download)
Case Study: What you can learn from a guy who cured himself of his panic attacksPreview
What Marc Maron and Brene Brown teach us about the power of vulnerability
Sheryl Sandberg got it right. Lean in rather than lean on when things get tough
|Section 17: Big idea #16: Regardless of the results you obtain always evaluate the outcome|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #16 (PDF download)
The number one reason most people never recover from an unfavourable outcome
Case Study: How to use the SCORE Method to autotopsy results
|Section 18: Big idea #17: It is not failure when you learn valuable lessons|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #17 (PDF download)
There is knowledge and then there is empirical knowledge. You want the latter.
The incredible power of looking for bright spots when things appear grim
You have blind spots when you drive and you have them in how you live your life
|Section 19: Big idea #18: Always be looking to expand the set of skills that you possess|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #18 (PDF download)
What gets measured gets managed. The value of logging like Captain Kirk.
The immeasurable results produced from expressive writing
When to update your playbook so you not only have success but sustain it
|Section 20: Big idea #19: The 12 most common pitfalls to avoid|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #19 (PDF download)Preview
The first 4 most common pitfalls (#2 is my favourite)
The next 4 most common pitfalls (#6 will surprise you)
The last 4 most common pitfalls (#12 has derailed me a lot in the past)
|Section 21: Big idea #20: The art of possibility that exists when you master this process|
Free Resource: Visual summary of Big Idea #20 (PDF download)
Hey there. If you are just hearing about me and my story for the first time, let me fill you on some things you don't know.
My name is Dean and I am from Canada. I recently turned the BIG 50 and I could not be happier or more excited with the life I now lead.
But it wasn't always that way. I was your classic late (very very very late) bloomer.
Up until I was 45 I was...
But one day everything changed when I discovered an incredibly simple secret.
I learned how to think about my own thinking.
I know that sounds weird, but it has been amazing what I have been able to accomplish as a result of that discovery. It led to other breakthroughs which then evolved into one of the best ideas I have ever created.
DO LESS. THINK MORE.
That mindset led me to create thinking tools that have allowed me to accomplish extraordinary things.
It has been a remarkable ride and the BEST PART is the thinking tools I developed can be used by anyone of any age.
I am proof that it is never too late for change to happen. You just need to be willing to invest in the right tools so you can tap into your full potential.
You would be amazed how the right system can optimize your mindset and reward you with magical results.
All you need to do is be willing to take that leap and make that life changing investment in yourself.
Why not try out one of my courses and see what it can do for you? All courses come with a rock solid 30-day no questions asked money back guarantee.
You have nothing to lose and EVERYTHING TO GAIN. I hope to see you on the inside my friend.
Your friendly neighborhood Canadian,
Dean from Canada