Leveraging the Power of Senergy
Updated: Mar 1
Hey there, adventurer! Have you ever tried rubbing two sticks together to start a fire? It's a classic camping trick that shows the power of synergy. When you rub two sticks together, the friction and heat create synergy, producing a far greater outcome than each stick would ever make on its own. And let me tell you, that's just the beginning of the magic that can happen when we put two actions together toward a common goal.
By using the "two sticks" of plan and action, you can create a synergistic effect toward achieving your goals. The plan provides the structure and direction, while action creates momentum and progress toward achieving big outcomes. This synergistic effect helps you stay focused, motivated, and inspired toward achieving the bonfire of your wildest dreams.
The Goals Smasher Workbook is an excellent tool to help you get the sparks flying to harness the synergy of planning and action toward achieving your goals with cutting-edge tools:
Leverage the neuroscience of successful thinking: Our thoughts have a powerful impact on our behavior and actions. By learning what the latest science tells us about our brain we can harness a synergistic effect that helps us stay motivated and focused toward achieving our goals.
Strategize better outcomes with tools reserved for business: Business tools, such as SWOT to get a clearer picture of your strengths and weaknesses, to help us make more informed decisions and achieve better outcomes.
Master accountability: Accountability is an essential component of achieving our goals. By mastering accountability with external to internal processing (E2I), we can create a synergistic effect that helps us stay on track.
I know it may sound like I'm plugging myself, but the plug is for you, to resurrect all the stuff you dreamed for yourself before life got in the way. I get that might sound lofty, but there is a much easier way to hit our goals. And I shouldn't have had to wait to take a class at Yale to learn what I needed in the 5th grade. I have spent my whole life trying to better understand success. It has brought me to the edge of failure and fear. As a dyslexic dropout, I knew there had to be a better way. Today, I have studied at nearly every Ivy League school, and even Oxford, cherry-picking what made a difference and ditching the rest. Let me tell you, there is a better way. When you add neuroscience to strategy, it creates a real bonfire of synergy. I know you will feel the heat. So, let's grab some marshmallows and get started!
Thanks for letting me vent, I get a little heated over my years of missed opportunities.