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Riding the Infinite Elevator

Do you know leaders who are making a difference in the world and in other people's lives? I know that thousands and eventually tens of thousands of people's lives will be more exciting, secureand fulfilledbecause of the courage of leaders like Sonia Magruder, Camilla Eves, Wendy Bakke, Jeff Altgilbers, Michael DiMuccio, Dr. Ken Kochman, Scott & Juliette Fardulis, Dan McCormick, Carrie Dickie, Danielle Daniel, and Kimmy Brooke featured in The Four Year Career®11th Edition. They have taken on the challenge of opening a difficult window ... one that often appears to be painted shut or permanently jammed. A window that, once opened, provides access to people who might otherwise have missed a successful introduction to our world of endless possibilities. These twelve individuals have each experienced their own dramatic change in attitude. I remember the stories of these Heroes and their struggles. Today these leaders are crystal clear about the power of their opportunities. They have, or fully expect to build, a network worth millions, and they are leading (i.e. inspiring, challenging, training, and coaching) others to do the same. These leaders and their peers are on track to shatter the cultural paradigmof expectations for income, fun, friends, contribution and fulfillment. For the source of accelerated change in results comes from their willingness to give up an old perspective about the world and look for a new one to propel them forward.

Imagine riding up the Empire State Building elevator in New York City; first stop – the 10th floor.

What do you see?

Next, advance to the 50th floor and look out.

See how the city has changed?

Now, go to the 102nd floor and compare this perspective of the city to the view you had on the 10th floor.

One can gain valuable insightsabout propelling oneself through life by visualizing this simple illustration. Progress is often a problem because of a tendency to believe we are already on the top floor ... that we already see all there is to see.

Consequently, we make life's decisions based on a limited worldview.

Take a moment to consider the impact of a 102nd-floor decision versus a 10th-floor decision. Now go one step further and understand that life is an elevator with an infinite number of floors. You can just keep going ... each new floor provides access to another. Each time you look out on your world (i.e. your business, health, family, friends, and yourself), it will all look different. Bliss Business is all about riding the infinite elevator ... teaching people to trust that what they believe can change. Proven Generic Recruiting & Belief Building Tool by Richard Bliss Brooke

That they can change.

And through change, enjoy the rich rewardsof one's own courage. Thank you Sonia Magruder, Camilla Eves, Wendy Bakke, Jeff Altgilbers, Michael DiMuccio, Dr. Ken Kochman, Scott & Juliette Fardulis, Dan McCormick, Carrie Dickie, Danielle Daniel, and Kimmy Brooke for having the courage to pursue your dreams. Check out their stories in The Four Year Career® 11th Edtion. Get 25% OFF your copy of The Four Year Career® 11th Edition now, just click here. The work is worth it,


P.S. Don't forget to comment below.Tell me what you thought as you read this blog. What questions do you have for me?

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May 15, 2022

Connie Livingston

Connie Livingston

December 13, 2021

A quote from Dr. Ken Cooper, Aerobics Research Institute “It is amazing how little you have to do but do it consistently to see health benefits “.

Jorge E. Gaviria

Jorge E. Gaviria

July 30, 2021

Amazing analogy.
Thank you for all the impact you’ve created in the world!!!

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Willing ourselves to do work we don’t want to do. 
Notice how we language it: 
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     -  The “pain” for the gain
     -  The “struggle” … necessary for the character it brings
     -  The “work”… a four-letter word
And then discipline to get through it all. 

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