What It Means To “Reframe”December 18, 2019
Welcome To Our New Blog Series
For the past 17 years, my focus has been teaching sales and marketing professionals what to “do” to build your brand, drive more traffic, and generate more sales. I’ve loved every minute of it and don’t worry—my blogs, books, and speeches on how to use digital marketing to grow your business aren’t going anywhere. You will still find that content here and on our marketing agency blog.
Knowing what to do to be successful is very important. So much so that there are millions of books, podcasts, and blog posts that will teach you the what and the how. However, in my experience from observing countless business owners, entrepreneurs, and leaders over the years, how to “be” is equally important. Most of us know what we need to do to grow and be more successful—but we don’t take action. We resist. We procrastinate. We are stuck.
That space in-between knowing what needs to be done and doing what needs to be done is what my new blog series and keynote speech titled “Reframe: How to Get Unstuck, Embrace Change, Achieve Peak Performance” addresses.
Are You Stuck?
Chances are you’ve felt stuck in a rut before. Or maybe you have wished that your team or organization could be a bit more creative? Embrace change more rapidly? Perhaps you’ve merely lost your passion for your career—or your every day—and you feel trapped, unable to change any of it. Sound familiar? I’ve been there more times then I would like to count and I am excited to teach you what I learned.
Psychologists will tell you that whether you are sad, angry, frustrated, or feeling stuck—the underlying feeling to all of those is actually—FEAR! Fear of the unknown. Fear of being rejected. Fear of taking a risk. Fear immobilizes us and renders us powerless to move forward. But you can counteract that fear with a simple mental power tool based on the science of Cognitive Reframing.