So what happened on last week’s show? Lian was with Adil Amarsi, known by many as the mad scientist of advertising is a copywriting, persuasion, and influence genius. Adil is a serial entrepreneur who’s been working at his craft since he was 12.
Having grown up in a harsh home environment, dealing with bullying, bipolar depression, ADD, and dyslexia – this lead a young Adil to attempt to take his life 6 times before understanding that he was never truly happy.
Once he started studying how to be happy, he began smiling and in this podcast we’re going to cover his gift, the promise he made himself at the age of 11, and what influences him today and HOW you can begin to feel happier, even in bad situations.
If you missed that then you missed out so… subscribe to the show and catch up with that episode after this show!
And this week’s show is with Denise Holland. Denise is the founder of the business Class Performance – Excellence Within, based in the UK, which primarily upon inception focused on the field of high performance sport, an area she has been involved with, as a national athlete and coach for over 20 years.
Denise is a superb example of how the Three Principles, the new spiritual and psychological paradigm which was uncovered by the late Sydney Banks, can transform a person’s life. She has been so touched by the transformation in her own life that she is now dedicating her life’s work to help people.
In this show we talk about the parallels Denise has seen between great performance in sport and rocking it in other areas of life, whether that’s business, parenting, relationships or anything else!
I’d love to know what YOU think about this week’s show. Let’s carry on the conversation… please leave a comment below.
What you’ll learn from this episode
- Instead of focusing on behaviours, either our own or others around us, look at the nature of thought and how that brings about a feeling and therefore a behaviour.
- Agreeing team values, house rules or company policies doesn’t work well unless we understand what’s really going on with our human experience, that people can only ever act according to their thoughts in the moment.
- When we see how made-up our struggle is, we can stop trying so hard and we can drop into the effortless state of being present and playing the game of life.
Resources and stuff that we spoke about:
- Denise’s website
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