Let’s face it. There are a ton of books out there, plus live and online courses, geared toward helping you achieve success. Whether it’s creating a successful business, happy relationships or your ideal bodymind health, there’s lots of information out there to help you attain your goals.
However, what happens once you get there? We’ve all seen pro athletes reach the top one year and then crash down the next. Performers like Beyonce, Lady Gaga, and Kanye West, to only name a few, have all cancelled concert dates due to exhaustion.
So what’s the trick to not only achieving success but also maintaining success long term? Well, Brendon Burchard and Jack Canfield are two people who seem to have it figured out. Brendon is the world’s top high performance coach. As part of his High Performance Coaching Certification Program, Brendon leads a 5 day live training where each day he teaches for 10 – 12 hours, walks about 10 miles on stage and burns around 6000 calories! How does he do it without collapsing? He follows his own advice and lives his High Performance Habits that he talks about in his NY Times bestselling book by the same name.
What about Jack? He’s 73 years old and has well over 50 speaking and training dates scheduled this year in cities all across Canada and the US. And, that’s not counting his travel days plus running his multi-million dollar a year business! How does he do it? He lives the Success Principles that he and Janet Switzer wrote about in their NY Times bestseller, The Success Principles.
In this article I’m going to share with you some essential strategies needed to not only avoid burnout, but to also help you fuel up for long term success! To read the complete article, click here to go to www.drjenniferharrison.com