One of the most powerful things we build in our lives is the system of beliefs and unconscious skills we use to succeed at what we’re good at. But the same system of beliefs and skills that forms our foundation also sets our limits. Our fears tell us what to avoid. Our aspirations set the directions we’ll pursue, even if there are others that might work better. What we believe is possible determines what we will or won’t try.
This highly interactive workshop will explore our limits. We’ll discover what holds us back, what propels us forward, and decide which elements of our internal habits need updating. Then, we’ll share techniques for establishing new habits of both thinking and doing that will let us craft a new internal system that lets us surpass our prior limits.
We’ll talk about how to:
•· Elicit unconscious beliefs that drive our behavior in critical situations (e.g. sales, marketing, dealing with difficult clients, work/life balance).
•· Change habits of thought in stressful situations.
•· Change behavioral habits.
•· Change the emotional and physical feelings associated with stressful situations.
About Our Speaker
Stever Robbins has been an executive coach since 1999. He has spent much of his career as a serial entrepreneur, holding both operational and management roles, primarily in high tech. He was a co-founder of FTP Software and JobTacToe.com, and an initial team member of Bachman Information Systems, HEAR Music, and Building Blocks Interactive. He helped lead a design team for Harvard’s MBA program as part of the Leadership and Learning initiative, and worked with the President in re-crafting the strategy for Babson College, the #1 college for entrepreneurship in the world.
Stever’s podcast, The Get-it-Done Guy's Quick and Dirty Tips to Work Less and Do More, has bee a top-10 business podcast since starting in 2007. He is the author of Get-it-Done Guy's 9 Steps to Work Less and Do More, and co-writer, lyricist, and performer of Work Less and Do More: The (Zombie) Musical. Stever is a Master Trainer Elite of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, and a Bachelor’s Degree from MIT.