Warrior Mindset: The Ultimate Personal Breakthrough Formula

The Ultimate Guide to Mastering Your Thinking, Your Beliefs, Your Behaviours, Your Confidence, Your Life and Your Future
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Published 11/2014 English

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Have you ever felt stuck, completely out of answers, and totally unclear about what your practical next steps should be in life?

If so, Warrior Mindset contains an armoury of crucial life principles for big thinking people who aren't willing to give up or settle for the status quo. You'll discover an arsenal of insights for clearly identifying your problems, and an actionable framework to overcome them.

Personal breakthrough can help you to achieve major life improvements, and also help you move forward out of a temporary dip or lull that you might currently be in. It'll help you with unresolved issues and problems that you have not yet managed to resolve by yourself.

Throughout Warrior Mindset, you'll also discover how to:

  • Increase Confidence, Performance, Motivation & Efficiency.
  • Develop and Nurture a State of Deep Inner Resilience.
  • Face Future Challenges With Greater Confidence & Ease.
  • Reduce Any Need You Have For Other People's Approval.
  • Harness the Tools That Are Essential to Personal Growth in Times of Pressure.
  • Remove Your ‘Head Trash’ & Harness the Tools That Cultivate Your Inner Freedom.
  • Develop Genuine Self Esteem & Confidence That is Easily Recognised by Others.
  • Take the 1st Steps Towards a More Grounded, Fulfilling & Rewarding Way of Life.
  • And So Much More...


Most people consider a health kick at times, but unfortunately, these often only offer us short-term results. Personal breakthrough begins with a revolutionary change in our thinking, our habits, and our degree of self-awareness.

In this 65 part video course, Kain walks you through the process of looking beyond your circumstances, to understand your internal challenges and embrace the unexpected for finding your primary mojo in life. Then set it on Fire!

You'll gain clarity for your future, and a 'Supercharged' mindset for overcoming your greatest challenges with more confidence and ease. By learning the principles of a Warrior Mindset, you'll get your personal breakthrough, and find the inner freedom to enjoy it.

Warrior Mindset comes with a Full Money Back Guarantee, and if you're less that 100% satisfied, you can get a full refund within 30 days of purchase.

What are the requirements?

  • Warrior Mindset has 10 downloadable workbooks to maximise your learning experience. Having access to a printer is advised, but is not crucial.
  • This course comes with a full audio version of the course for listening to on your iPod/MP3.
  • This course comes with a Full Money Back Guarantee, and if you're less that 100% satisfied, you can get a full refund within 30 days of purchase.
  • Take your time proceeding through the course. The purpose of this course is for you to be transformed by the renewing of your mind. This takes time, therefore, go at your own pace. You have lifetime access to the materials.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Identify and Change Your Habitual Response Patterns.
  • Face New Challenges With Greater Confidence & Ease.
  • Reduce Your Need for the Approval of Other People.
  • Communicate More Honestly and Efficiently With Others.
  • Harness the Tools That Are Essential to Your Transformation in Times of Pressure.
  • Develop Genuine Self Esteem and Confidence That Will Be Easily Recognised by Others.
  • Remove Your ‘Head Trash’ and Nurture the Tools That Cultivate Your Inner Freedom.
  • Take the Initial Steps Towards a More Grounded, Fulfilling, and Rewarding Way of Life.

What is the target audience?

  • This course is designed for you if you're ready to go on an in-depth journey of self-discovery and take back complete control of your innermost wellbeing.
  • This course is ideally for you if you are in the midst of a life or career transition and are uncertain of the 'right' next move to take.
  • This course can be used as a reference tool by life coaches, holistic therapists, counsellors, medical professionals, teachers, parents or guardians.

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Curriculum

Section 1: Warrior Mindset: The Ultimate Personal Breakthrough Program
02:17

Have you ever felt stuck, out of answers and unclear of what your next steps should be despite all your very best efforts?

If this is you, Warrior Mindset contains an armoury of crucial life principles, for results-driven people who are not willing to settle for the status quo.

Most people consider a health kick at times, but unfortunately, these often only offer us short-term results. Personal breakthrough begins with a revolutionary change in our thinking, our habits, and our degree of self-awareness.

In this 65 part video course, Kain walks you through the process of looking beyond your circumstances, to understand your internal challenges and embrace the unexpected for finding your primary mojo in life. Then set it on Fire!

You'll gain clarity for your future, and a 'Supercharged' mindset for overcoming your greatest challenges with more confidence and ease. By learning the principles of a Warrior Mindset, you'll get your personal breakthrough, and find the inner freedom to appreciate it.

05:38

Don't be fooled into thinking that some people have it together all of the time. In fact, nobody does. People might have this outer appearance of looking happy and look like they never have a bad day but it's rarely the case.

I have experienced people who are the most positive, "got it all together" people and later find out that behind closed doors they're a mess, they're beautifully human like you and me. Social media only amplifies this as people only portray their best version of themselves online.

Therefore, we are fooled to think that's what their lives look like, being blind to what goes on behind closed doors. That's why throughout this course I will be as real and raw as I can, sharing my insecurities and flaws with you all.

If you keep trying to aim for perfection in life, you will continuously be disappointed as you try and reach an unachievable goal.

06:34

In this short video, I share a story about a guy who fall's into a hole that he's not able to climb his way out of. It goes something like this ...

"This guy's walking down the street when he falls in a hole. The walls are so steep he can't get out.

"A doctor passes by, and the guy shouts up, 'Hey you. Can you help me out?' The doctor writes a prescription, throws it down in the hole and moves on.

"Then a priest comes along, and the guy shouts up, 'Father, I'm down in this hole can you help me out?' The priest writes out a prayer, throws it down in the hole and moves on

"Then a friend walks by, 'Hey, Joe, it's me can you help me out?' And the friend jumps in the hole. Our guy says, 'Are you stupid? Now we're both down here.'

The friend says, 'Yeah, but I've been down here before, and I know the way out.'

I guess that it's through finding our way OUT of the holes that we find ourselves in throughout life that qualifies us to share the strategies with others of HOW to climb out!

Everyone get's themselves stuck in a hole sometimes!

12:08

I recently stumbled upon a proverb which has been prominent throughout the ages:

'Give a man a fish, he'll eat for a day.'

'Teach a man to fish, he'll eat for a lifetime.'

'Teach a man to teach his children to fish, and he'll end world hunger.'

Which one of the 3 would bring more meaning and purpose to your life?

04:12

This video tells 'A Story of Wisdom' which although I may not explain to the depth that you'd like me to, this does leave you the opportunity to 'read between the lines', and work out what the meaning of the story is for yourself.

"Wisdom is like ten young virgins who took oil lamps and went out to greet the bridegroom. Five were silly and five were smart. The silly virgins took lamps, but no extra oil. The smart virgins took jars of oil to feed their lamps. The bridegroom didn't show up when they expected him, and they all fell asleep.

In the middle of the night someone yelled out, 'He's here! The bride-groom's here! Go out and greet him!'

The ten virgins got up and got their lamps ready. The silly virgins said to the smart ones, 'Our lamps are going out; lend us some of your oil.'

They answered, 'There might not be enough to go around; go buy your own.'

They did, but while they were out buying oil, the bridegroom arrived. When everyone who was there to greet him had gone into the wedding feast, the door was locked.

Much later, the other virgins, the silly ones, showed up and knocked on the door, saying, 'Master, we're here. Let us in.' He answered, 'Do I know you? I don't think I know you.'

So stay alert. You have no idea when or where you might need to move!"

02:14

The time comes when we must stop aiming for perfection and start realising that we all have flaws, we all make mistakes and we are all human.

Don't be fooled into thinking that some people have it together all of the time. In fact nobody does. No matter what appears on the outside there is always a story behind closed doors. If you want to look for people for inspiration, look for those who show them real selves, their flaws, their insecurities and all.

When you let go of the idea of being perfect, you will find so much more fulfilment in your own life.

07:46

Everyone moves either towards what they want or away from what they don't want.

For example, you might claim to value wealth – it may be that you do indeed value money and move towards it, or you might be running away from your fear of poverty. You might say that you value love – again you might move towards love and are motivated by it, or you may just be running away from a fear of loneliness or abandonment.

Whether you move towards or away depends on your values. Values are what are important to us (not necessarily the things that we like).

Our values drive the motivation behind our actions and then help us judge what we have done. Our values determine our behaviour and what we choose to do with our time. Our values are what we move away from, or towards in life.

06:57

If someone has no vision for their life, they will potentially be ineffective in everything that they do.

You may have heard it said; “Where there is no vision, the people perish.” This is true for all of us.

The first step toward creating an improved future is developing the ability to envision it. Vision will ignite the fire of passion that fuels our commitment to do whatever it takes to achieve excellence. Vision has no boundaries and knows no limits. Our vision is what we become in life.

Since vision is a significant component of living a meaningful life, it's wise to have and be pursuing a personal vision. Here are some suggestions on finding and moving toward your own life vision:

Think: about what you want to accomplish, do, and achieve in your life. Then develop a life plan to accomplish it. It should include something that makes a difference and will leave a lasting legacy.

Write: a personal vision statement on paper. This is a process that requires thought and time to develop. It should be a statement, which reflects your life purpose, goals, and intentions.

Set realistic short and long term Goals aligned with your vision. Setting and focusing on your goals allows you to be moving forward in what you want to accomplish. They are the pathways from where you are to where you want to go.

Start: to turn your vision into reality by taking daily steps toward what you want to do and accomplish. If you want to be moving toward your personal vision and dreams, it requires intentional steps towards it.

03:27

There was once a man who loved to complain and find fault with everyone and everything. Nothing pleased him, so he moved from one town to another, declaring as he left each place:

“I am going to another town, where the people are friendlier.”

A wise man perceived what the problem was, and as the angry man began striding along the dusty road to yet another destination, the wise man compassionately called out:

Oh brother, moving from place to place does not serve you well. Wherever you go, there you will also find yourself. Your shadow is always with you.”

“Man stands in his own shadow and wonders why it’s dark.” ~ Zen Proverb

This is the 1st self-reflection exercise of the course.

Section 2: Understanding The Essence of All Problems
01:18

This short video doesn't really have anything to do with the rest of the course .... or does it?!?!

07:44

From cells to whales, all living things progress through a natural cycle of birth, growth, and death.

At some point in this cycle, living things - like people - reach their "highest potential," and then their various abilities start to decline. The process of developing your potential can be called maturing.

Reflect on all the people you have known directly and by reputation. Can you think of several people who are or were extraordinarily able and productive in some ways? Do you feel they've reached their "highest potential"? Now identify several people you feel "could have done a lot more with their lives" - i.e. who have not reached their highest potential in your opinion. How do you measure that?

Each of us has a range of natural interests, talents, and abilities which we may or may not develop and use. These abilities vary from person to person, providing a rich social tapestry and shaping our relationships, organisations, and societies.

07:09

Did you know that there's a series of stages that healthy people go through in their journeys through life?

At each stage (which we'll often experience as Crisis) we tend to reassess and rebalance our life values priorities. It's helpful to know what some of these stages are so that when we pass through them we can be aware of what's happening and know that problems in life are standard.

Addressed with the right mindset these are stages of personal growth, the movement between stages is a progression. As we pass from one stage to the next, often with some difficult periods of transition, we learn and mature in the process. If we acknowledge and work through the issues of each successive stage, we become more balanced and mature human beings.

In this lecture, we'll explore the various levels and stages of life.

11:27

There are usually a series of stages in any healthy relationship.

Relationships are dynamic. A static relationship is tedious and can lead to the relationship breaking up. Most marriage problems and partnership break-ups can be traced back to a misunderstanding where we are in this dynamic marriage or relationship development.

No relationship on Earth can flourish if no effort is put in. Feelings are fickle. Expecting feelings by themselves to keep a marriage together is unrealistic.

Conflicts are common hurdles in our way, but they serve an important purpose. We grow, mature and become better people in the course of resolving and working through conflicts. It is the process of resolving conflicts which improve our character and helps us to bond. Remaining in conflict is a sign of emotional immaturity and those couples who get stuck in a conflict stage fail to mature.

These phases are a sequence, except for the conflict stage where the couple go in and out of during their life. When a child is born or when we are hit by those things life throws at us we go back into this stage and then bounce forward. Each successive conflict is easier to resolve as we learn from each one.

The process is dynamic; you are in one stage or another at any phase in your lives. You could move through them very quickly, or get stuck in one for a long time.

Understanding these stages helps build a strong relationship and prevents relationship destroying misunderstandings.

09:21

Life isn't easy, it never runs smoothly and everyone's going to die at some point. This is a huge truth, which the greatest percentage of people don't accept, won't accept or even sometimes acknowledge.

The toughness of life is one of these great life truths which if we are fully able to see, acknowledge and accept, we can go beyond it and begin living life to its fullest.

Upon realising and accepting how tough life truly is, how complex and unfair it can often be, we don't have to struggle with its uncertainties anymore. At this stage of our journeys we can just simply accept that beyond our ability to choose how we react of respond to the circumstances we face, we have no control over anything.

Are you intrigued? if so, please watch on ...

07:51

Life is like a Movie! You are your movie writer and at the same time, you are the principal actor. You are your director, your producer, and you are your agent, co-creating your role with different souls (co – actors) in your very own personal film.

So many of us can become so caught up in our 'right here right now' circumstances that we lose sight of the bigger picture - life is meant to be lived!

Picture your life as a story, it had a beginning and it will some day come to an end - you are the main character in this story, you always have been and you always will be ... so, if this is the case, you might as well make it dramatic!

When things get tough ... remember to press the pause button, and simply reflect upon the truth that although what you're currently facing may be tough - it's only one short scene in what will be one HELL of an epic movie!

07:05

Did you know that there is a season of life called 'the 5th season', this is the season between seasons (which may otherwise be known as the season of transition)?

More people find themselves getting lost in this season than in any other season of life. This valuable life lesson will help you navigate your way through changing times and seasons of your life well.

10:39

Have you ever felt stressed about something?

Of course, you have ... most likely, you'll often have too much on your plate, where deadlines are looming, and people are counting on you. You are under a lot of pressure—so much that at times, you suspect the quality of your whole life suffers for it.

The difference between those who are successful in life and those who aren't is not whether or not you suffer from stress, but how you deal with it when you do.

To deal with life's problems most effectively ... you need a strategy!

01:49

Everyone experience problems that they need to Breakthrough.

Some people experience more problems that others, yet it's not always the size of the problem that gets us down, but the way in which we deal with it.

Structured problems solving is an easily actionable skill that will help you to step back and evaluate your problems, big or small, in a clearer and far more structured way. It's a great skill for all of us to learn because it's a simple 4 step process that everyone from all ages and all walks of life can follow.

Download and print off this workbook to break through your any significant problem that you currently have!

07:46

Winter is the toughest season that many people need to survive. We adapt and survive through winter. We change our dressings, how we live and cook, etc.

But we have no knowledge of a transition season, there is no guide, we are lost not knowing what to do. Hence, most of us don't survive it Then we experience fear, disorientation, pain, negativity, panic, etc

If we do not prepare ourselves for this 5th season of transition, we can very quickly find ourselves getting lost in it.

10:06

You can change your circumstances, your situations or even your relationships, but if you don't change YOU, then nothing changes at all.

You can dream and hope for a better future as much as you want, but if you don't change, or, if you don't take any practical steps towards achieving this greater future, then everything will just remain the same.

3 pages

Facing Crisis is a constant in life. Life isn't easy, and there are no guarantees that everything you do will work out the way that you hope it will.

You can have the most positive of attitudes, work hard ethic and also be committed to doing all things to the best of your ability. However, life will always throw you a curve ball at some point.

This curve ball could be an unexpected health issue, the death of a loved one, legal complications or the irresponsible actions of someone beyond your control.

I hope that you are never in this type of situation, but if you haven't done so already, the time will come when you stand face to face with Crisis! So how do you respond?

Well ... here are five options that you can choose from:

Section 3: Building a Breakthrough Perspective
06:41

It's pointless to worry about the things we can't control because that won't change them.

Worry is a total waste of time. It doesn’t change anything. All this does is steal your joy, destroy your inner confidence and keep you very busy doing nothing. Surrendering is the only way to provide ourselves some peace!

07:38

From man-made catastrophes like 9-11; to the natural devastation seen in earthquakes, tsunamis and, of course, Hurricane Katrina; to disasters of fate like plane crashes and wildfires - chances appear alarmingly high that somewhere, sometime, somehow, your life may be touched by a crisis.

How would you react if it happened? Do you have what it takes to not only survive a disaster, but perhaps even lead others out of danger? Or, would you seek to learn from a crisis in view of teaching others how best to respond when a crisis hits them?

17:46

Life presents us with a series of ongoing challenges, both large and small.

How do we habitually respond to daily life? Do we panic and become frantic, or do we stay positive and look for new things to learn? Do we make small problems big, or do we make big problems small then dissolve them into nothing?

How we face the regular events of each day is often how we will meet the more major challenges of life.

If we were to consider some of the qualities of people who become negative and panic versus people who respond positively and energetically. Panicky people find difficulty in controlling their emotions, with their minds unfocused and their confusion complicating even the simplest of things where even small challenges can appear to be huge!

Negatively motivated people will often assume that everything's a problem. They generate an incredible amount of mental and physical stress. When anything comes up that disturbs their comfort zone, they think and say things like, "It's too difficult. I can't do it. I never did it before. I don't know how. Why is this happening to me?"

Succumbing to negative emotional states creates nothing but more negative reactions, such as jealousy, hatred, blame, fear, and depression. That helps neither us, the situation nor the people around us. The moment negative emotions hit us, we have to see the urgency of generating some positive energies, instead, and start doing something good for the environment and others.

One of the most empowering lessons I've learned throughout life is to seek understanding of WHY our problems are even issues in the first place!

In this video, I will share a story about what I learned from one of the greatest emotional challenges I have experienced in my life to date. The death of a loved one.

11:03

None of us ever ask for a crisis. We don't go seeking out life-altering problems…they find us!

Crisis comes to everyone. No one is exempt. Sooner or later we will all go through that moment that turns our world upside down. But we all handle crisis just a little bit differently. We may think we are at a place in our lives where everything is under control and then suddenly crisis comes our way.

So the question is this…how are we able to develop ourselves when a crisis comes upon us?

Crisis exposes our limitations. But the same crisis also gives us an opportunity to grow. It has been said that a rubber band, once it is stretched, never returns to the same size. So it is with a crisis. Once we go through a crisis, it stretches us. It stretches our minds, our hearts, and our wills. And, it brings us to a point of decisive change.

Crisis has a way of clearing away the clutter in our lives that does not matter and focusing our lives on that which matters most. As a result, we grow…and we are never the same again.

9 pages

None of us ever ask for a crisis. We don't go seeking out life-altering problems…they find us!

Crisis comes to everyone. No one is exempt. Sooner or later we will all go through that moment that turns our world upside down. But we all handle crisis just a little bit differently. We may think we are at a place in our lives where everything is under control and then suddenly crisis comes our way.

So the question is this…how are we able to develop ourselves when a crisis comes upon us?

Crisis exposes our limitations. But the same crisis also gives us an opportunity to grow. It has been said that a rubber band, once it is stretched, never returns to the same size. So it is with a crisis. Once we go through a crisis, it stretches us. It stretches our minds, our hearts, and our wills. And, it brings us to a point of decisive change.

Crisis has a way of clearing away the clutter in our lives that does not matter and focusing our lives on that which matters most.

As a result, we grow…and we are never the same again.

Section 4: An Alternate Approach To Personal Success
02:13

Most people want it, most people are driven by it, and most people also have a theoretical understanding of exactly what success is - or more importantly, how to be successful!

One of the primary social pursuits that need to be outgrown (in my experience) is the search for success.

Many people's rampant drive to be successful and prove themselves can be blinding in so many ways. It blinds us to the waste products of our endeavours as we relentlessly do whatever it is we can to achieve and be recognised.

Because that is what success is, it is a measure against something. At its most damaging it is a measure against other people, that for us to be successful others have to fail at success.

We can’t all be successful, can we?

06:07

In April 1991, Lynn Hirshberg wrote an article called 'The Misfit' for Vanity Fair about pop legend Madonna who described the seduction of success in her very own words:

“I have an iron will, and all of my will has been to conquer some horrible feeling of inadequacy … I push past one spell of it and discover myself as a special human being and then I get to another stage and think I'm mediocre and uninteresting … again and again.

My drive in life is from this horrible fear of being mediocre. And that's always pushing me, pushing me. Because even though I've become Somebody, I still have to prove that I'm somebody. My struggle has never ended and it probably never will.”

In similarity to Madonna, many of us can find ourselves caught in the trap of striving for success. Success being with similarity to a chemical or substance that gives us a quick fix of confidence and self-worth, with the high that quickly wears off leaving us desperate for another repeat dose.

In 1991 when this article was written, could it be possible that the main driving force behind Madonna's Global success was not passion or joy, but a deep-rooted fear of not being 'good enough'?

11:36

Goals are an important part of getting what you want out of life. They can also be specific enough that we miss the forest for the to-do lists we made out of the trees.

It's important to draw a distinction between your goals and your vision.

To put the concept very simply, goals are the "how" you achieve something. Exercise every day, develop a business plan, spend less time at work. Vision, on the other hand, is the "why." What do you want to get out of life? When you look back in a couple decades, what do you want to see?

To create a vision, we need to identify our core values, our passions, what we believe to be your purpose, and how we envision our life. A vision can also change over time. The point is to have one so you know why you're doing what you do, and you're happier doing it. The same process applies when you're creating a vision for any other aspect of your life, such as your career or business.

There's nothing wrong with having goals. In fact, a well-defined personal vision should naturally lead to a more focused goal set. However, setting arbitrary minor goals without a mind for where the stepping stones lead can sometimes make us feel more confident in where we're headed than what we might be once we get there.

06:59

What is success, and why is it that some people succeed where others may appear not to?

Is it because they're smart? Or are they just lucky? Neither.

In this video, I aim to share the real secrets of success which are within everyone's grasp!

Find out if you are ready to start being AUTHENTICALLY successful.

01:25

An excellent way to discover what you're passionate about in life (and also what’s holding you back) is in answering a series of thought provoking questions.

If you want to discover your passion, you must get thoroughly familiar with yourself first — what drives you, what inspires you, what excites you, what engages you, what scares you, what you do naturally well and what you pretend to like but don’t!

As you become more familiar with yourself, you’ll become able to determine what’s most important in the time you have each day, so you can invest your time into doing more of what you love and less of what you dislike.

Most of us are too busy reacting to events in our lives that we don’t allow the time to examine what’s not working out for us and why. We seldom take the time to ask ourselves deeper and more probing questions that unearth our authentic preferences.

Get a notebook (or just use this worksheet) and answer the following 50 questions as soon as you're ready to begin finding your life passion.

06:46

Although we might not yet be 100% certain as to how we'd like to be remembered by others ... in this video I'll share a few stories about how you most likely WOULDN'T like to be remembered.

12:45

We all compare ourselves to others. We spend our lives wondering what others think and say about us. Some of us even wish we were someone else.

We question why we are the way we are and not the way we wish we could be. Some of us have let the expectations of others dictate who we've become. We act a certain way to be accepted but know that we're being untrue.

But why are we so concerned with what other people think, say, or look like? What does it say about us if we are unable to accept who we are? Maybe if we knew our true selves, we wouldn't give so much attention to other peoples' lives and live more in tune with the life that we actually want to be living.

11:52

When we can no longer change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.” - Viktor Frankl

Although we can't control the things that happen to us in life, how people are towards us, whether we live a long life, or whether we die long before our time ... we can control how we choose to respond to these things.

And that's ALL that we can control.

Section 5: Relationships & Communications Breakthrough
09:18

Many of us know that meaningful connections are the foundation of a happy life, but that doesn't necessarily make it any easier to create and sustain fulfilling, mutually beneficial relationships.

It's hard to find people we click with and turn surface level interactions, online or offline, into something deeper.

It's hard to be forgiving, accepting, and understanding when we're dealing with imperfect people, just like us, who may also struggle with these things.

It's hard to find time to be there for others when we're running from place to place, trying to get things done, and possibly struggling to make ends meet.

And it's hard to be fully present when we find the time since we're often overwhelmed by a swarm of thoughts, fears, and worries about the past and the future.

It's a lot easier, though, when we make the effort to work on these things regularly—and even the tiniest effort can make a big difference.

No matter who you are, what you've done in the past, or what time you have available in the present, you can do something, right now, to create more satisfying relationships.

12:34

Whether we are willing to accept this truth or not, life-altering events will change us, in one way or another.

Instead of 'tuning out' to avoid the pain, dealing with and even embracing tragedy and its consequences gives us an active role in guiding our own change and growth.

09:48

The quality of our ability to communicate and interact with other people will fundamentally determine the quality of our lives - so it can be very useful to understand the stages and levels of communications.

This will enable us to begin experiencing far greater and more rewarding outcomes in our relationships.

There are four levels and stages of every communication - and understanding this process can enable you to become a lot more influential when engaging conversationally with other people.

14:32

People don't always communicate well. It's a fact of life.

But you don't have to be a helpless participant in a conversation that steadily unravels into misunderstandings, confusion, and even hostility. You can take charge, and you can begin making a difference today!

If we are willing to do what's required to master our communications and interactions with others, we can all play an influential role in transforming the quality of our relationships.

Section 6: Personal Mastery: Building That Warrior Mindset
07:07

When a person is going through a hard time, his mind wants to give up.

The very second that we give up, we have been defeated in our experience. That's why it is so important that we not lose heart, grow weary and faint.

Our only valid option is to overcome the battlefield of our minds and develop a Warrior Mindset in it's place!

04:30

The nature of 'breakthrough' is that it sees beyond our current circumstances and situations.

With that said, self-discovery does not come to those who live their lives willing just to accept things just the way they are! The breakthrough comes to those who are willing to push past the accepted to lay hold of the unexpected.

Never will there be a time where it's appropriate to merely accept situations as the way they are. Accepting the current state of the day is for followers, people pleasers and cowards.

Rather, take a stand to live in such a way that breakthrough becomes the new norm, and your breakthrough secrets leak into the lives of others.

06:57

Sharpening the needle of focus requires practice, like everything else in life.

Your mind does not like discipline, and will resist your efforts to discipline it. It loves its freedom more than anything else, and won't let you master it. The choice is yours, to be mastered by the mind and its whims, or to be its master.

This is the 2nd Exercise of the course to demonstrate how your feelings are completely interconnected with what you choose to focus on.

12:56

One way to grasp an understanding of how we are made is to be able to recognise that there are three parts of us, which are all entirely interconnected.

Firstly, we have a material part, which prevents our blood, bones and organs from merely becoming a pile of 'mush' on the floor, we call this our Body.

However, we also have two immaterial parts, which we'd call our soul (where the thoughts come in) and our spirit (which gives us our conscience). The following is my best possible effort at explaining our design and how the Spirit, Soul and Body are all interconnected.

As I will discuss further in the video's that follow, our thinking will 100% determine our emotional wellbeing, and our emotional well-being has a significant impact on our actions and behaviours.

It is ultimately our actions and responses that determine our life's outcomes and results – whether good or bad! So in this regard, our thought patterns play a significant role in our emotional and physical health.

Here, though, I'll do my very best to explain how all of this works,

In this video we will explore the 3 primary elements that fundamentally make you ... you!

09:05

The voices in your head hold a negative attitude and use arguments to get their point across. As you become more aware of these differences, you may notice that these two voices can talk back and forth to one another.

Noticing when an “inner conversation” is taking place between the voice of your heart and the voices in your head gives you the freedom to choose which voice is speaking the truth.

I'm assuming that from reading and (hopefully) being able to relate to the above, you'll get the 'just' of what I'm about to share in this video lecture.

05:44

One of the most useless pieces of advice often delivered from gurus, and motivational speakers are this: Think positively.

This idea isn't a one-size-fits-all guide to life, and can even end up adding considerably to your daily stress load. Not only because you have to tackle the obstacles you're already facing, but from here you also have to wrestle with any negative thoughts that you find yourself having concerning these barriers.

There is a better and more efficient way to live. Because there's something far more valuable than being naturally optimistic, happy, or upbeat—and it's cultivation of emotional agility. Your ability to be aware of and receptive to all kinds of shifts in thinking and the emotions they create, without getting toppled by them, is what will make you the kind of person that you need to be.

We all want to succeed and Breakthrough in life, but the answer is not spending all our time hunting down and killing our negative thoughts; it's to rise above and begin recognising that, come good or ill, our values sustain us in a much stronger way than positive thinking ever could.

As much as we like to hear positive messages about ourselves, we crave the sense of being an authentic and consistent self in the first place.

Here, I'll offer you an idea that stands to be far greater than 'ALL' of the positive thinking in the world!

15:53

Emotional mastery is the key to living a life that you are 100% in control of.

The capacity to have absolute direct power over what you feel in every single moment (despite what's happening around you) is one of the most important skill sets you can have.

Whatever you feel, you're not feeling it because you have to feel it. You're feeling it because you've chosen to focus on something that you don't want (or don't value). To master your emotions and consciously choose the state you wish to live in, you need to understand the order of your feelings, how they work and also how to read them!

Emotion is created by your motion. Where your focus goes, your energy will flow. And where energy flows, whatever you're focusing on grows. In other words, your life is controlled by what you focus on. That's why you need to focus on where you want to go, not on what you fear.

Shift your focus toward where you want to go and your actions will take you in that direction. By becoming competent at understanding and mastering your emotions, you can choose to spend more time in positive and resourceful emotional conditions.

From these circumstances, you'll become better at making more empowered decisions that will help you reach your greatest potential and in turn to BREAKTHROUGH whatever undesired circumstances that you face.

Section 7: Solid Foundations For Building Upon
01:18

Thoughts of a True Warrior: "Always be yourself, express yourself, have faith in yourself, do not go out and look for a successful personality and duplicate it.”

Bruce Lee.

08:33

Facts, feelings and faith, are three of the most important factors in our character and also in our life.

We all have to deal with them in one form or another, but it is above all things necessary that we should place them in the right order. Most people put Feelings first, with as much success as if they tried to build the top story of a house before laying its foundations. Their order is-

FEELING, FAITH then FACT ... in this lecture we'll explore exactly what is meant by this and also how it can affect our lives if we place these three F's in the wrong order.

04:01

Whether we are consciously aware of them or not, we all have reference points.

These points dictate what we do in our life and who we become. We have reference points for every area of our existence. They are what we look up to and what guides us.

Reference points are vital in every area of life. Before the coming of satellite navigation, sailors depended on stars and lighthouses as their reference points. Without such help to chart the direction and course of sailing, ships could go off course and get lost in the high seas.

In the same way, when we don't give a stationary reference point to build our lives upon, we can end up feeling like we're living our lives on an emotional rollercoaster.

04:39

Here is one of my favourite inspirational tales:

It was not long after the Gods had created humankind that they very soon realised that they had made a huge mistake. The creatures that they had created were so adept, so skilful, so full of curiosity and the spirit of enquiry that it was only a matter of time before they would start to challenge the Gods themselves for supremacy.

To ensure their pre-eminence, the Gods held a large conference to discuss the issue. Gods were summoned from all over the known and unknown worlds. The debates were long, detailed, and soul-searching, and lasted well into the night.

They were all unanimous about one thing. What differentiated the Gods from the mortals that they had created were the differences between the quality of the resources they had. While humans had their egos and were concerned with the external, material aspects of the world, the Gods had spirit, soul, and an understanding of the workings of the inner self.

The Gods realised that sooner or later the humans would want some of that too. And so the Gods decided to hide their precious resources. The question was: where? This was the reason for the length and passion of the debates at the Great Conference of the Gods.

Some suggested hiding these resources at the top of the highest mountain. But it was realised that sooner or later the humans would scale such a mountain.

And the deepest crater in the deepest ocean would be discovered. And mines would be sunk into the earth. And the most impenetrable jungles would give up their secrets.

And then, the Littlest God, who had been silent until now, spoke up. "Why don't we hide these resources inside each human? They will never think to look for them there." And so they did.

Many of us don't think to look within for our answers, but when we do, we'll often find our greatest potential!

In this video, I'll share with you a story about 'The Littlest God' ... and how all people 100% of the time already have the things that they genuinely believe that they don't have.

10:14

Most people want their identity to be compatible with those around them so that they don't stand out and are not ostracised.

They shape their identity concerning others, not themselves. How many genuine “individuals” are there i.e. people who define themselves by their own standards, rules and values?

In today's modern culture, unfortunately, the answer is; not many!

So ... if I was to ask you the question, 'Who are You?'

What would you say?

16:17

There is only one set of foundations that you can build your life upon which is strong enough to sustain you, and this is the truth of who you are.

All of us have a public self that others see as well as our private thoughts and feelings, but we also have a deeper self which could be called the “core self.” Many people waste a lot of time and energy worrying about what others think or say about them. Some even try to control what others think or say about them, even though this is impossible to do and wastes a lot of energy!

For example, consider Nelson Mandela, who spent 26 years in prison for trying to bring freedom to his people. He was beaten and mistreated by his jailers, but instead of reacting in anger or with resentment, Nelson Mandela treated his captors with respect and concern for their lives.

Why? Because he understood his core value, his core self, and was fundamentally secure in who he was.

If Mandela was able to do it, we are also able to do it too!

13:49

"When people have low confidence or self-esteem, they often see their life experiences and the world around them as an extension of how they feel about themselves, and who they actually are!"

Low self-esteem is often like a special language in our mental translation book, when we look up what certain things mean to us, we can often keep returning to the same (or a similar) meaning:

For example:

My parents didn’t stay together = There's something wrong with me = I’m not good enough

Someone's not interested in me = There's something wrong with me = I’m not good enough

I didn’t get the job I wanted = There's something wrong with me = I’m not good enough

And, this pattern of habitual thinking can follow us right through the extent of our life (if we let it).

In this 4th Exercise of the course, apply the exercise to your everyday life and consider what new answers you might start coming up with in relation to the above (or similar) questions you ask yourself.

05:18

As a man was passing some elephants in a zoo, he suddenly stopped, confused by the fact that these huge creatures were held captive by only a small rope tied to their front leg.

No chains, no cages. It was obvious that the elephants could, at any time, break away from their bonds but for some reason, they did not.

He saw a trainer nearby and asked why these animals just stood there and made no attempt to get away. “Well,” trainer said, “when they are very young and much smaller we use the same size rope to tie them and, at that age, it's enough to hold them.

As they grow up, they are conditioned to believe they cannot break away. They believe the rope can still hold them, so they never try to break free.” The man was amazed. These animals could at any time break free from their bonds but because they believed they couldn't, they were stuck right where they were.

Like the elephants, how many of us go through life hanging onto a belief that we cannot do something, simply because we failed at it once before?

Failure is part of learning; we should never give up the struggle in life.

15:44

Consciously adopting your beliefs can begin to make your life amazing. Randomly or unconsciously collecting beliefs can very often make your life hell (especially if these beliefs are ill-considered).

When you actively seek out powerful beliefs, you can design a life that other people think is only for 'the chosen one's'.

The beliefs that shape your life are more like clothes you can try on or take off at any time. The difference with beliefs being that the “store” you get beliefs from is free and virtually unlimited. Your only confinement is your willingness to relax your pre-conceived assumptions and forever remain curious.

Some of the things I believe today, I would have thought to be insane some years ago. And at this stage of my life, I’m willing to test considering just about anything to see if it works.

I’d like to offer you one of the most powerful, life-altering beliefs I’ve collected along my journey, alongside two other common beliefs that many people build their lives upon.

03:49

How does a person Breakthrough the barriers to learning throughout life?

In my experience, I have identified six breakthrough disciplines of unstoppable continuous learning.

The Continuous Learning Cycle:

1. The first element is HUMILITY. This character quality involves the recognition of needs and the realisation that one does NOT know everything that there is to know about life!

2. Humility leads to a second discipline: hunger or curiosity. This includes the drive and desire to learn and improve in some way.

3. The third element is actual learning. The importance of learning from and learning with other people is a crucial step in learning effectiveness. Bobby Clinton once said that the ability to learn is “the all-purpose tool, the Swiss Army knife, that leaders need to carry at all times.”

4 & 5. Teaching and leading are the fourth and fifth disciplines of unstoppable learning. I put them together since they are so interrelated - learning, teaching and leading are all 100% completely intertwined.

6. Feedback is the sixth discipline of unstoppable learning. As a leader is any area of life (family, work related, socially or influentially) is always teaching and leading, he or she must also be actively learning and developing.

The discipline of getting feedback demonstrates both a learning and growing posture. It then cycles back to humility and then hunger to improve the next time around.

“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.” (JFK, 1963)

07:59

Most who have experienced an education, have done so in the context of studying a particular subject. The classroom setting is one of the most common forms of education in a public setting, where students gather to receive instruction from their teacher about a particular topic that interests them.

When forming personal beliefs, we often interpret facts through the filter of our values, feelings, preferences, and past experiences. Hence, most statements we make when communicating with others are assertions of fact, opinion, belief, or prejudice. The usefulness of a statement can be approved or diminished by the nature of the statement, depending on which of the following categories it falls into:

A fact is verifiable. We can determine whether it is true by researching the evidence. This may involve numbers, dates or even someone else's testimony. However, facts by themselves are worthless unless we put them in context, draw conclusions, and, thus, give them meaning.

An opinion is a judgment based on the best of the facts that we have. They are an honest attempt to draw a conclusion from the information we have been given. Opinions are often changeable, and by themselves, opinions have little power to convince other people.

Unlike an opinion, a belief is a conviction based on our cultural or personal faith, morality, or values. Beliefs cannot be disproved or even contested in a rational or logical manner. Since beliefs are inarguable, they cannot serve as the basis for any healthy discussion.

What would happen and what do you think that the outcomes would be if you spent the rest of your life becoming a student of truth, instead of a student of theory, opinion, and general information?

Truth alone beats theory, opinion and information 'hands down'!

Section 8: Understanding Your Inner Drivers
14:50

Why do we do what we do as human beings? Why is it that one person would sacrifice his or her life for someone else while another person will murder a stranger in cold blood to merely prove a point?

What creates an Adolf Hitler, a Sadaam Hussein or a Mother Theresa? What is it that motivates and determines our emotions, our actions and quality of life we experience? While as human beings, we are all 100% unique, we also share a set of fundamental needs that everyone has in common.

Every decision we make in life is a valued based decision, where our actions and behaviours are determined by whether we believe that our values are going to be met or whether they aren't. All behaviour is simply an attempt at meeting our needs.

Although the following list isn't extensive, they are 6 of the most prominent values for most people:

1) Certainty: Knowing that you can gain more of what you want in life.

2) Variety: The need for the new, change, and excitement.

3) Significance: Feeling unique, valuable, special or needed.

4) Love: A strong feeling of closeness or union with someone or something.

5) Growth: An expansion of capacity, capability or understanding.

6) Contribution: A sense of service and focus on helping, giving to and supporting others.

The route of our primary problems in life stems from our inability to meet these needs consistently. When our attempts to reach fulfilment fail, we will settle for comfort and safety (the comfort zone).

When we begin to understand our needs as human beings, then, in turn, be able to relate these needs to who it is that we are. Upon doing this, we can start living with more intentionality, purpose and fulfilment and we develop our ability to make better, wiser and more accurate life decisions.

06:19

We all make choices every day. Some choices we make with purpose, and some we make by not taking action – simply by choosing to go with the status quo.

We are where we are today because of the choices we have made so far. Unwise choices repeated over and over lead to failure. Wise choices regularly repeated lead to success. It's pretty much that simple.

But what do we do with the unwise decisions we've made in the past? And more importantly, what do we do with the rash decisions we might make in the future? Do rash decisions mean our road to success is destined to hit a dead end?

In most cases, success is the result of wisdom and sound judgement. Wisdom and good judgment come from experience and experience are often the result of mistakes we have made in the past because of poor judgment. As Will Rogers said, “Good judgement comes from experience and a lot of that comes from bad judgment.”

What all of this means to you and me is that the experience gained from all our bad judgment and mistakes is unbelievable valuable. In fact, our greatest teacher is the failure!

So, if you have made a mistake recently and you're wondering how to be successful in the midst of it all, don't waste time beating yourself up. Instead, put on your learning cap and do what successful people do. Use the power of choice! Ask yourself:

a) What happened?

b) What could I have done differently?

c) Next time I face a similar situation how will I positively use the power of choice?

Bottom line, your life is the outcome of the choices you make. If you don't like the results you are currently experiencing, put the power of choice to work for you. Different choices will produce different results. That's how to be successful in what matters most!

Question: How have you positively used the power of choice? How did it help you experience success in something that matters?

"Many people dedicate their lives to actualizing a concept of what they should be like, rather than actualizing themselves. This difference between self-actualisation and self-image actualization is critical. Most people live only for their image." - Bruce Lee

13:48

Abraham Maslow has been referred to by some as one of the most influential thinkers in Psychology throughout the 20th century. One of his main contributions was what he called the “hierarchy of needs".

Each of us is motivated by needs. Our most basic needs are inborn, having evolved over tens of thousands of years. Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs helps to explain how these needs motivate us all.

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs states that we must satisfy each need in turn, starting with the first, which deals with the most obvious needs for survival itself.

Only when the lower order needs of physical and emotional well-being are satisfied are we concerned with the higher order needs of influence and personal development.

At the very peak of Maslow’s hierarchy are the self-actualization needs. "What a man can be, he must be," Maslow explained, referring to the need people have to achieve their full potential as human beings.

"It may be loosely described as the full use and exploitation of talents, capabilities, potentialities, etc. Such people seem to be fulfilling themselves and to be doing the best that they are capable of doing... They are people who have developed or are developing to the full stature of which they capable." - Abraham Maslow

15:39

I appreciate that for some people, this course may have felt a little bit epic!

In this lecture, I'll introduce you to the 7 Master Steps for getting outside of your comfort zone, and making huge progress in your personal, professional and your social life.

If I can do it, you can do it too - this I know from experience!

05:35

So ... this is the 5th Exercise of the course where in this short video I will ask you a series of four questions which you can apply to one current area of your life that you wish to make BREAKTHROUGH in.

Please use the downloadable worksheet (attached in the downloadable materials) to note down and record your answers, where again ... you'll be glad that you did! ;)

02:41

Life Balance ... so where do you start?

If balance is an area of your life that you're finding difficulty in, you're not alone – a significant percentage of the people “overload” as a result of the pressures and demands associated with their work and home life whilst attempting to maintain personal & professional relationships, physical health or service within their local communities.

Download your LIFE BALANCE WORKBOOK in the next lecture to help you identify the area's of your life which may be “out of balance” and which you'd like to make some positive changes in today.

3 pages

Use this worksheet and apply the questions to any area of your life that you want to make a breakthrough in today. (Refer back to the Life Balance Workbook if necessary).

14:26

Our element is something that we must invest time into exploring, what is it that we love, what is it we're good at and what it is we enjoy doing so much that we can't help but share it with others.

This thing, whatever it is - we would do for sheer pleasure, whether we're paid for it or not - this thing is our direction, this is our purpose, THIS IS OUR ELEMENT!

08:52

What goes around, comes around - I appreciate that this is an 'age-old' saying, however, in this video, I'd like to give it a slightly different meaning.

04:14

As we're now getting close towards reaching the end of the course, it's time for a project!

Here is the 'Warrior Mindset' 12 Month Challenge ... if you choose to accept it?

5 pages

Imagine that you're sitting with a friend 12 months from now. You’re looking back fondly on the last year that you've lived well and fully.

There are no rules or guidelines for this exercise. Don't let breakthrough just be a momentary thing for you. Consider and complete the following 3 significant projects over the next 12 months:

04:08

No good course would ever be complete without it's very own recommended reading list ... so here it is!

04:23

This video brings the course to a close (for now), and I can only thank you once again for enrolling in the first place, and also for putting your trust in me as your coach.

Moving forward, I will continue to develop the course by adding new resources and study materials (and please feel free to get in touch with me directly if there are topics that you'd like me to produce future videos on).

But other that this, God bless, all the best and I'll look forward to hopefully seeing you again in one of my other courses ;-)

Kain

Section 9: BONUS SECTION: Additional Resources & External Links
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I could spend countless more hours creating more videos with the intention of enabling you to break through life's myriad of challenges and hurdles (of which I will be adding plenty of new content about in the future).

However for now, rather than producing more video's of my own in this bonus section, I'd like to share with you a few links to a handful of short video's that have hugely impacted my understanding while on my own journey of self-discovery.

So, here goes:

05:40

The greatest victories are often the ones most difficult.

I am thoroughly convinced that the more we fail in life, the better chances we have to learn from our mistakes and progress forward more efficiently. In fact, failure often leads to depths of greater understanding and wisdom for us to overcome future obstacles for living bigger and better futures.

Personally, I consider failure to be a better teacher than success ... but what do you think?

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Instructor Biography

Kain Ramsay, Innovator in Psychology, Life Coaching & NLP Intervention

In the last 8 years, Kain Ramsay has helped 1000's of people successfully overcome anxiety, depression, eliminate stress & increase self-confidence. 

Kain has worked his unique brand of personal transformation with top business achievers, sports people, musicians, entrepreneurs and also guides ex-military personnel through the transition from military to civilian life.

He consistently astounds his audiences (and clients) by demonstrating how small changes in people’s thinking, can yield massive results in people's lives. He is one of the UK’s bestselling course creators, having sold over 100,000 to over 25,000 people in 2 years to people in over 150 countries around the world.

Beginning his career in the military, Kain served nine years in the British Army and on Operational Tours in Saudi Arabia, Kenya, Kuwait, Iraq & Northern Ireland before terminating his service in 2004. He also developed successful careers in the HM Forces, the Finance Sector, Sales, Marketing & also in Business Development.

He went on to study Psychology & the Social Sciences in Edinburgh, before continuing in further self-guided study in Neuro Linguistic Programming, Counselling and Theology. Today, he serves as an influential leader in the personal development industry.

A successful entrepreneur, Kain serves as Chairman of Solid Grounds, a Veterans Charity, which guides Ex-Military personnel through their transition from the military, to civilian life. Kain's commitment to creating a broad range of life-changing self improvement resources, is surpassed only by his passion for family as a dedicated husband to his wife, Karen.

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