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Professional Success programs and literature - June 21, 2007 6:03:00 PM   
Nicole Matoushek PT MPH CSHE CEES

 

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Dear RehabEdge Friends,

As a professional, always seeking further professional development and success, I have been spending quite a bit of time recently reading, learning and studying various professional development/success programs and literature.

I have to say, I have found some phenomenal material and programs that have allowed me to really fast forward my professional success and personal life goals. Independent of what practice you are currently in, these professional success techniques apply to all of us seeking to grow.

I am not endorsing any of these programs, rather I want to help others succeed and meet their professional and personal goals. I cannot think of a better place to share this information than RehabEdge! I encourage you to advance your skills and knowledge and to achieve the highest standards and goals of professional practice!

I share these sources with my RehabEdge friends. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. These programs truly provide tremendous concepts and systems to actually achieve more and grow your business and professional success dreams! Enjoy your passionate journey!


1) The Secret DVD or Book (any retail or online book store)


2) The Secret Science to Getting Rich program:

http://inspirednhopeful.thesgrprogram.com


3) Noah St. John's Success Clinic of America: Permission to Succeed program.

http://www.successclinic.com


Nicole Matoushek, MPH, PT
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Re: Professional Success programs and literature - June 23, 2007 3:50:00 PM   
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what have you personally learned to benefit yourself from the St. John's concepts
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Re: Professional Success programs and literature - June 24, 2007 10:29:00 AM   
Nicole Matoushek PT MPH CSHE CEES

 

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Personally, I learned techniques to get rid of my "mind trash", he teaches us that most of us are consciously or subconsciously holding our selves back from love, success, health.. whatever... and he gives you techniques on how to identify and get rid of those things. That is where I benefitted the most. I guess I had more mind trash than I thought.

However, despite the price, The Secret to Getting Rich, is by far the BEST VALUE and most incredible information I have ever heard about life. It is not just about getting rich, it is teaching you how to actually pull in everything you want in life, this lesson taught from the Masters of Success... Napolean Hill, Bob Proctor, Jack Canfield, William Wallace etc... Once you understand their lesson on getting rich, you understand how to use it in all areas of your life, I think in terms of marketing, more people are interested in "getting rich" more than "self improvement"...it is by far the best information I have ever learned, ever.... I wish someone would have told me this stuff many years ago.... I want only to share it all with you, so you can understand and achieve it all. It is truly amazing. Please consider, it is worth every penny and then some. Consider it a tremendous investment in your life, your life and the way you look at life will be changed.... I have taken many "success courses" in my life and not been able to really jump forward in life, but these two courses have helped me so much.

So I just want to share it with all of you... they are fanstastic!

Thank you for the opportunity to share!

Nicole

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Re: Professional Success programs and literature - June 24, 2007 1:03:00 PM   
Nicole Matoushek PT MPH CSHE CEES

 

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Another take away from both courses, is that becoming really successful requires learning the science of success; these teachers, these mentors from these courses also had teachers and mentors and they studied and practiced success. It is a science, once you know it, there are proven and predictable results.

Noah's course really focuses on creating a support network, making goals and planning your success. In my situation, I honestly did not have real goals (personal or professional) that I focused and planned out every day/month and year. Both courses will say the majority of people do not have goals that they focus on and they never really have any true direction. I can say this was true for me, I had a general idea, but I never really sat down and wrote goals out every day/month or year or spent time evaluating whether I was making my goals come true and even more importantly, I was not putting a plan in place to reach those goals. These steps are ever so simple and actually fun and yet I was not doing them or not doing them well to make them effective. This was clear from both courses and easy to learn and very important to learn.

For example, a professional goal may be to open up a private practice in PT/OT in the next year. Or open up 5 private practices in 5 years. Or to increase professional awareness by specializing in an additional area of focus (like pediatrics, runners, golfers, ergonomics, lymphatics etc) over the next year. Do you have professional goals and are you taking actions to meet them?

Now, where the Science of Getting Rich program is tremendous, is in that it teaches you the importance of your thoughts, how to become focused. Additionally, it teaches the importance of your personal actions towards your goals and how to do things in a certain way in order to become successful. For example, you can have two therapists treating similar patient mixes, they may have the same clinical training and experience, but one therapist always has tremendous success with his/her patients and the other one does not. They are doing the same thing, but yet the results are not the same, one of the therapists, the truly successful therapist knows how to do things in a certain way. It is an unbelievable concept the first time you hear it, but once you really study and understand it, you begin to look around at the world, so many people work hard, but only about 1% are truly successful, these people know something, they do things in a certain way, they have this fixed purpose and focus. This message is so powerful. I only wish I heard it earlier in my life!

I wish you all lots of success!!!

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Nicole Matoushek, PT, MPH, CSHE, CEES
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RE: Re: Professional Success programs and literature - July 9, 2007 9:32:40 PM   
Nicole Matoushek PT MPH CSHE CEES

 

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 have read recently that two of the most important habits of successful people are active thinking and focus.  They claim that very few people actually think and plan their life and professional success, that 2% of people really think and use thought to achieve the results that they desire, 3% think that they think and the other 95% would rather die than think!!!

In addition, I read that only 1% of the population really focuses, meaning they allow and demand themselves to be and act in the present tense.  Too many of us are too busy thinking of the past or the future (like the kids soccer game, or the next patient on our schedules, or the notes that we have to finish). 


So focus and active thought appear to be two critical things and habits of truly successful people.... do you actively think and preplan your future and professional goals? Are you focusing on your present actions? Learning how is easy, and critical in achieving the results that you desire!


I also came upon some interesting interpretations of the definition of "success" these are fabulous..... does anyone have any others?

"Success is not being important, but being significant!"

"Success is the progressive realization of a worthy ideal."

"Success in life is becoming what you truly want to be."


Are you living up to your full potential?  It is interesting to evaluate oneself...you may be surprised at your response.... if not what area of your life do you think is most successful?  Why and how did you achieve that success?

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Nicole Matoushek, PT, MPH, CSHE, CEES
http://www.ErgoRehabinc.com

http://www.ErgoRehabBlog.com

http://www.ComputerAccessoriesOnlineStore.com
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RE: Re: Professional Success programs and literature - August 20, 2007 5:41:22 PM   
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The Secret takes a lot of their informaion from deepak Chopra and Dr. Wayne Dyer.....
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