John Eliot - The Maverick Mindset

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Date June 12, 2017 at 5:22:24 AM PDT

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  • Dr. John Eliot - The Maverick Mindset
    • CD1
      • 08 - Getting out of your frame of reference.mp3 (4.68 Mb)
      • 01 - Crossing the Golden Gate Bridge.mp3 (4.21 Mb)
      • 02 - A look at the field of psychology.mp3 (3.99 Mb)
      • 07 - The best embrace stress.mp3 (3.36 Mb)
      • 09 - Coming up with a different lens.mp3 (1.95 Mb)
      • 03 - Why be average_.mp3 (1.59 Mb)
      • 04 - Taking responsibility.mp3 (1.47 Mb)
      • 05 - Goal setting is for couch potatoes.mp3 (1.22 Mb)
      • 06 - Hard work is overrated.mp3 (672.63 Kb)
    • CD2
      • 01 - The mind of the high achiever.mp3 (4.21 Mb)
      • 06 - Think like a squirrel.mp3 (3.88 Mb)
      • 02 - Creating your own reality.mp3 (3.23 Mb)
      • 09 - Looking at your physiology and the benefits of stress.mp3 (2.62 Mb)
      • 05 - The trusting mindset.mp3 (2.21 Mb)
      • 07 - How to spend more time in the trusting mindset.mp3 (1.89 Mb)
      • 08 - Embracing stress.mp3 (1.69 Mb)
      • 03 - The amazing story of John McCain.mp3 (1.68 Mb)
      • 04 - An interesting analogy from water-skiing.mp3 (1.38 Mb)
    • CD3
      • 05 - Internal and external motivation.mp3 (3.68 Mb)
      • 04 - The difference between dreams and goals.mp3 (2.56 Mb)
      • 01 - The overmotivated underachiever.mp3 (2.27 Mb)
      • 06 - Stories of spontanious remission.mp3 (2.01 Mb)
      • 08 - Reflecting on your purpose and meaning.mp3 (1.84 Mb)
      • 03 - Types of commitment.mp3 (1.57 Mb)
      • 02 - How to tell if you're an OMUA.mp3 (1.15 Mb)
      • 07 - A study of centenarians.mp3 (1.07 Mb)
    • CD4
      • 04 - Confidence and realism.mp3 (3.93 Mb)
      • 06 - Confidence is a long-term Play.mp3 (2.78 Mb)
      • 01 - Dependent Confidence.mp3 (2.20 Mb)
      • 05 - The power of possibility.mp3 (1.64 Mb)
      • 03 - Definitions of confidence.mp3 (1.50 Mb)
      • 02 - Dr. Eliot and Tom Cruise.mp3 (1.48 Mb)
    • CD5
      • 06 - Seven things that confidence is not.mp3 (3.44 Mb)
      • 01 - Confidence is action.mp3 (2.23 Mb)
      • 02 - There's no such thing as over-confidence.mp3 (1.83 Mb)
      • 05 - Further examples of confidece from Deion.mp3 (1.64 Mb)
      • 04 - Putting together an unbeatable formula for confidence.mp3 (1.50 Mb)
      • 03 - Deion Sanders - an example of confidence.mp3 (910.13 Kb)
    • CD6
      • 05 - More causes of slumps.mp3 (4.87 Mb)
      • 07 - Psychological heartiness.mp3 (3.47 Mb)
      • 06 - Evaluation for peak performance.mp3 (3.46 Mb)
      • 03 - Overcoming the fear of failure.mp3 (2.65 Mb)
      • 04 - The most common causes of slumps.mp3 (2.40 Mb)
      • 02 - The myth of perfection.mp3 (2.31 Mb)
      • 01 - Wisdom from failure.mp3 (1.90 Mb)
    • CD7
      • 08 - Having a good support system.mp3 (5.56 Mb)
      • 01 - Developing a performance philosophy.mp3 (3.02 Mb)
      • 04 - Resonance.mp3 (2.51 Mb)
      • 07 - Philosophies at work.mp3 (2.28 Mb)
      • 03 - Examples of great philosophies.mp3 (2.20 Mb)
      • 06 - Thinking about the biggest challenges that face you.mp3 (1.61 Mb)
      • 05 - Love your competitors.mp3 (1.03 Mb)
      • 02 - Two components of what makes a philosophy effective.mp3 (698.13 Kb)
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Relax. Set Goals. Focus on the outcome.

Lose yourself in "The Zone"

All reasonable, sensible, rational words of advice when you are facing a performance challenge.

All utterly, hopelessly WRONG!

Cutting-edge research in cognitive neuroscience has revealed something ASTONISHING about what really goes on in the minds of extraordinary achievers.

Read on and discover the radically different principles and practices that set truly exceptional achievers apart from the rest!

While most people are busy goal setting, visualising success, trying to get in the flow, and doing all the other things they've been convinced will bring results they're looking for, the world's most exceptional performers - are doing NONE OF THEM!

These mavericks have bucked the standard "success system" in favour of a radically different mode of thinking.

They're living better, earning more, and achieving at the highest levels.

In The Maverick Mindset: The New Science of Exceptional Achievement, renowned elite performance consultant Dr. John Eliot, reveals everything he has learned about how the truly exceptional achievers in this world have - and HAVEN'T - attained their exalted heights of accomplishment.

The Maverick Mindset will show you what they do, and how you can make their unconventional, contrarian habits and practices your own.

You'll discover how to:

* Attain the intense level of focus that enables business moguls to close billion-pound deals and renowned heart surgeons to successfully perform life and death procedures. (It all comes down to one simple habit).
* Change how much you get done and how well you get it done with a shift in thinking you can make immediately (You'll be stunned by the difference it makes in each and every day).
* Distinguish the important from the unimportant in any situation, so you can concentrate only on information that brings you the most return on investment. (A fantastically critical skill- it will free up enormous reserves of space in your mind and time in your life).
* Create a "pre-performance routine" that will automatically move you into 'The Maverick Mindset'.
* Pull yourself out of any slump or lapse in confidence, with a succinct and extremely potent seven-word philosophy. (This has got some of the biggest successes in the world through some of the most devastating failures you can imagine - and believe me, all successful people have failed - a lot.)
* Measure your performance without impeding your success by following two rules common among great performers. (Hint: It has to do with what they evaluate and when they evaluate it).
* Identify trends and patterns in your behaviour, both positive and negative, using a highly effective technique that doesn't take a lot of time. (Maverick achievers know themselves, but they don't waste time filling in charts or taking personality quizzes in order to get that knowledge. Neither should you.)
* Reframe your self-image in a way that will completely transform you. (Top achievers think of themselves in a uniquely confident way- everyone else doesn't.)
* And a whole lot more!

Maverick achievers don't "visualise" ... they don't practice "stress management" ... they don't "focus on the outcome" ... they don't practice "positive thinking" ... they aren't "careful" or "conscientious" or "realistic," not in the ways we've all been trained to understand those concepts.

The really elite performers in the world, the true greats in every field, operate under a radically different set of principles and practices from the ones most people have bought into. They're counter-intuitive, they're unconventional, and that's why these individuals are able to rise so much higher and achieve so much more than everyone else.

It's not that their incredible success has allowed high achievers the luxury of bucking the system, as sceptics (and, I might add, failures) sometimes like to speculate. Bucking the system is the reason for their incredible success.

In The Maverick Mindset: The New Science of Exceptional Achievement, you'll learn about how the truly exceptional achievers in this world have - and HAVEN'T - attained their exalted heights of accomplishment.

In story after story, and example after example, you'll discover how the most spectacularly successful people in the world turned their backs on the conventional success wisdom that's out there, and by doing so, achieved more than people ever dream of. But, more importantly how you can make their unconventional, contrarian habits and practices your own!

Believe me, if you think you've "heard it all before" on the subject of Personal Achievement, you need this program.