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Thinking into results - personal and business development programme

Thinking into results - personal and business development programme

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The development program "Think into Results" is a 12-week digital development program for individuals and companies. Upon request, Growth2Goal Academy will be able to arrange physical meetings for groups of course participants who also need to hold physical meetings.

The development program "Thinking into Results" is designed to help identify and overcome the limitations that hold you back from success. By changing your thought patterns and focusing on creating positive results, you can achieve your goals and live a life full of happiness and fulfillment.

"Thinking Into Results" contains a number of powerful tools and techniques that can help you change your thoughts and your perceptions of the world around you. The program also includes personal guidance from the Growth2Goal Academy, so you can get the most out of the program.

Whatever your goals are, Thinking Into Results can help you achieve them. With this program you can unlock your potential and live a life full of success and happiness.

The development program "Think into Results" is a 12-week digital development program for individuals and companies. Upon request, Growth2Goal Academy will also arrange physical meetings for groups of course participants who also need to hold physical meetings. Growth2Goal Academy recommends this program to all of our clients.

This effective program is presented in twelve relevant, simple and practical lessons, to ensure that the mindset becomes part of each individual's thinking and actions, and is transferred to a team working together at a higher level of consciousness. This can result in a significant increase in the organisation's results.

The Success Program includes renowned educator, Bob Proctor, and Proctor Gallagher Institute President and CEO, Sandy Gallagher. Together they present an innovative 12-week program for business leadership and development.

Lesson 1: a worthy ideal.
Business principle: goal setting and goal achievement.
Benefits: Explains how to set and achieve goals that promote quantum leaps. Teaches the process of setting and achieving team goals. Employees set themselves goals that inspire them, which helps to develop them further. Employees are motivated and see themselves as part of something bigger.

Lesson 2: the gap between knowing and doing. Business principle: return on investment.
Advantages: Most programs give employees information on how to do their jobs, but this rarely results in better results. This is because their paradigm and habits prevent them from acting on what they know. Thinking into results helps employees actually do what they already know they should do. The gap between knowing and doing is closing.

Lesson 3: Your Infinite Mind.
Business principle: productivity and efficiency.
Benefits: Employees will turn their unproductive habits into productive habits, and become more efficient and targeted at work. On the bottom line, this means that efficiency increases and results improve.

Lesson 4: your secret mind.
Business principle: Top employee performance.
Benefits: Learns how the mind works. Employees take a closer look at their daily actions to see where they can be more productive. As a result, team performance is improved through increased individual productivity. Employees and teams can break from past performance and behavior. Productivity and efficiency increase as employees and teams work better together, instead of competing with each other.

Lesson 5: think in terms of results
Business principle: innovation and proactive thinking.
Benefits: Teaches employees what pattern of thinking they have and how to analyze it. Helping them understand that their results are a reflection of their thinking, and to change what they get, they need to change their thinking. Helps teams develop creative, innovative solutions to problems. Employees see problems as opportunities to strengthen the team, the company and create desired results.

Lesson 6: the outside world is your reflection.
Business principle: create strong teams.
Benefits: Employees will understand that to become more productive they need to change their self-image. Teams become more productive as they improve their team image. Teams focus less on competition within the team and more on cooperation and a harmonious environment.

Lesson 7: overcome fear barriers.
Business principle: overcoming obstacles to success.
Benefits: Creates an open environment for employees to talk about fears, so they can replace them with positive thoughts and gain support from other team members. When employees overcome personal fears, they can create effective teams. In addition, they can help other members of the team overcome their fears. This makes all team members more productive and forward-thinking, and they are better able to think of creative solutions.

Lesson 8: practice.
Business principle: actions produce results in line with the company's vision.
Benefits: Employees can see the connection between what they believe in and the way they perform their job. When they change their actions from unproductive to productive, their results can match the company's vision and goals. Employees are responsible for helping to create a vision of a perfectly functioning team that achieves its goal.

Lesson 9: the magic word.
Business Principle: the attitude and mindset of effective teams and individuals.
Advantages: Provides a complete definition of the concept of attitude. Many programs and courses explain how important it is to have a good attitude. However, this lesson explains what an attitude is and how you can develop it. The result is focused teams that have their thoughts, beliefs and actions aligned, so they are more productive and efficient. They learn how to create a positive attitude regardless of the situation.

Lesson 10: the most valuable person.
Business principle: effective management.
Benefits: Helps employees develop leadership skills as well as being a person who follows and relates to their manager and other managers. Emphasizes creating a positive environment where employees are valued for the work they do, creating cooperation between team members and increasing a positive working environment. Allows team members to step into leadership roles, which strengthens the team as a whole.

Lesson 11: leave everyone with a sense of added value.
Business principle: profit through service.
Advantages: Emphasizes providing service without expecting anything in return. Promotes a high service standard at all levels in the company. Managers and employees are encouraged to do more and give more than expected. As a result of this lesson, the team will look for ways to make customers and other team members feel seen and valued.

Lesson 12: Optimizing the Mind.
Business principle: problem solving.
Pros: Other programs show you how to make step-by-step changes. This program lays out the steps for a quantum leap, leading to dramatic results in service. Employees are shown ways to sustain success, so they keep getting better at what they do. Optimizing the mind results in employees and teams that are focused and outstanding. The results will convince.

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