The bottom line is improving business performance starts with a
commitment to self-transformation. If you want to accomplish
more, you must first look within for areas of self-improvement…and
measurable success will follow.
Part of self-transformation involves discarding low expectations
that often become self-fulfilling prophecies manifested with
statements such as “I can’t” or “I’m no good at…” Everyone already
has the power and clarity within that can be harnessed to obtain
higher levels of abundance and fulfillment.
It’s fair to say that most participants who joined the Masters
Experiment, which later became the Masters Program discussed
herein, did so with a healthy degree of skepticism. But they were
also open to the possibility and pushed aside the mountain of
traditional resources that spout ways of becoming prosperous
to try something new—looking within, at their own capabilities,
beliefs and points of view. As a result, out-of-the-box, more creative
ways of thinking opened up previously unimagined possibilities for
change and growth.