My life’s work is centered around some fascinating human mysteries that have led me to bigger discoveries about the nature of our own potential. Over the last three decades I’ve been very interested in human motivation and behavior. I’m involved in this work, not only as a researcher, but as a human being who’s interested in other human beings.
In this project I’m doing interviews that delve into the personal stories of people who used their persistence to reach a specific goal. These recordings are a testiment to the existence of a mystery that causes success in almost
When you get something done successfully it usually delivers a benefit to you or to others. But getting there, especially if you’ve never done the task before, is always challenging and costly in both effort and time. That’s why, in every culture on earth, persistence emerges as the universal success element.
If you’re completely committed to getting the job done it’s always going to look like you’re kind of obsessed by it. But that’s a good thing because with that kind of grit going for you the energy required to accomplish something will be there and the length of the timeline toward a successful completion won’t matter very much.
We all have stories like this inside of us. Like to share one of yours? See the guide below for how you can be part of this project.
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxFor a long time, three decades and counting actually, I’ve been interested in human motivation and behavior. Not as a professional exactly but as a human being who’s interested in other human beings.
My work is centered around some human mysteries that I find interesting and that have led me to bigger discoveries about the nature of our own potential. Got a story you’d like to tell the world about how you saw success? Contact us for an interview.
How To Tell Us Your O.D.O. Story:
During your recorded interview we start with a short intro followed by your response to this key phrase: “My persistence produces results.” If you agree with that statement then simply tell us a related story from your past experience that fits it. (Of course, if you do not agree with the statement the interview cannot go ahead.) We’ll then chat about how persistence has been a key to your success and ask you for your own definition of it.
Your Story Guidelines:
- It must be about a personal one-time situation that fits the statement: “My persistence produces results'”
- It’s not your entire life’s story.
- It should contain a good amount of detail about the struggle (who, what, where, when, & why) the breakthrough, and the end result which must be some benefit to you or to others.
- No need to reveal any deep dark secrets . Just keep it truthful and real.
That’s it. Simple but interesting.
- Humans do two main things every day all day for our entire lives – we think things and we feel things.
- Science declares that there are two very different sets of brains in a human body. One is designed to think but not feel and the other is designed to feel but not think.
- A dual brain set that is optimized to work in harmony is a significantly more efficient system than one brain working alone. This enables an advantage that supports a stronger mindset.
- All success leaves traces. If you don’t have a strong belief in yourself it’s because you haven’t yet discovered how to follow those traces back to the original source that caused all those successes.
- All success achievement is built on an incline. That’s why you need a special immunity to failure that an optimized brainset provides for the support of your mindset.
- Your potential is a pattern so large you can never observe its entirety. That’s why we need fractals.
- We have a method that draws on your past success. But it’s not all butterflies and unicorns. It takes some concentrated work to get there. We’ll help.
- Humans are dual-natured. Part physical (visual) and part ethereal (invisible). That’s why you have a body you can see and thoughts that you can only sense.