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Expert Urges Us to Use Reverse Psychology on Ourselves for Big Gains
Top consultant teaching businesses and individuals the secrets of successful goal-setting.
LeMoine's own personal and professional experiences led him to devise the approach, and it is one that is firmly grounded in both the power of positive thinking, and in sound business practices: “One of the most common problems I encounter is that people don’t actually know what it is they want to achieve. They have some kind of vague vision of the future in mind, but nothing workable. You have to identify your dream before you can make it an achievable goal.”
LeMoine finds that one of the simplest ways to do this, is by identifying what’s missing for them, or what they don’t want in their life – then think about the opposite of that, and that will represent what it is they really do want. While Eddie is a sought-after business consultant, his methods are just as easily applied to all individuals.
“You have to start living your life as though you’ve already achieved that goal. Otherwise you’re not going to make the kind of substantive changes needed to get to that point. Think about it this way, if your dream is to be a fitter person, you need to envision what that looks like and shape your behaviours accordingly. Think about what you’d be doing in your life as a ‘fitter’ person – in terms of diet, exercise, and lifestyle. If you incorporate all those behaviours into your life today then guaranteed, that goal will be achieved.”
Bring About What You Think About is a hands-on, practical workbook designed to help business and individuals realize their potential. It is available through Be That Books Publishing, Inc. atwww.bethatbooks.com. For information about Eddie LeMoine’s consulting and speaking engagements, visit www.eddielemoine.com
Questions for Eddie LeMoine:
1. What do you see as the most important difference between having a dream and having a goal?
2. What are the best ways to use this approach in a large company?
3. What have been some of the more challenging scenarios presented to you in your workshops? How did you deal with them?
4. Should individuals or organizations limit the number of dreams/goals they set at any given time? If so, how?
5. How can individuals and organizations enlist others to help them in achieving their dreams?
To book an interview contact:
Rachel Sentes, Publicist- 604-366-7846