Featuring – Founder of Jim Rohn International, Marketer, and Speaker Kyle Wilson, Guitarist Phil Collen of Def Leppard, Film & TV Actor, Speaker & Teacher Glenn Morshower, Speaker, Author & Podcast Host Amberly Lago, NBA Championship Coach, Speaker & Author Kevin Eastman, Psychotherapist, Speaker & Recording Artist Chris Chickering, Former NFL Player, Speaker & Entrepreneur Marques Ogden, Podcast Host, Investor & Entrepreneur Russell Gray, and Many More!
Persistence, Pivots and Game Changers, Turning Challenges Into Opportunities brings you story after story of transformation and growth from entrepreneurs, professionals, real estate investors, entertainers, speakers, and more!
With foreword by Brian Tracy, you will be lifted up and inspired!
Fans of Jim Rohn, Brian Tracy, Mark Victor Hansen, Zig Ziglar, Robert Kiyosaki, and Darren Hardy will discover stories full of real-life lessons, applicable strategies, and insights on how to persist and pivot when you encounter obstacles and turn your greatest challenges into opportunities.
Midway through year one, I learned an amazing therapeutic approach which has greatly influenced how I help myself and others successfully navigate change and achieve desired results. The approach is called Solution-focused Brief Therapy (SFBT). It is an evidence-based practice, which as the name indicates, is brief, future-focused, goal-directed, and focuses on solutions rather than the problems that someone has been experiencing. Solution-focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) was developed in the late ‘70s by Bill O’Hanlon, Steve de Shazer, and Insoo Kim Berg. It is an approach inspired by the work of Jay Haley at the Mental Research Institute in Palo Alto, who in turn was heavily influenced and inspired by the legendary hypnotist and late psychiatrist Milton H. Erickson (who also inspired the development of NLP and Ericksonian Hypnosis).
The essence of the solution-focused approach is to focus on what works and what’s going right rather than on what doesn’t work and what’s going wrong. A story from Milton Erickson perfectly illustrates the essence of the solution-focused approach to change.