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What would your life be like if you were not only “good enough”, but also competent and confident?
- What would your relationships look like at work and at home?
- How would your career change?
- What would you do in your life if you knew you couldn’t fail?
This event is all about failing forward. A lot of introverts have a fear of failure, which can lead us to feel ‘stuck’ and unable to move toward our goals.
As a child, with undiagnosed dyslexia, I was thought to be “slow”. I genuinely thought I wasn’t as smart as other people, and for a long time, I suffered from feeling like a failure.
But then I heard this phrase of “failing forward”, and realized that failure was not a person, it was an occurrence. After that, I was able to do my best, and not only did I discover that I wasn’t “slow” or stupid, I found the inner genius that resides in my introverted world.
So, now it’s my job to show others how to find that inner genius and how to shine! Are you ready to take the step?
Here’s what you can expect from this session:
- Why many introverts are afraid of failure.
- How ‘failing’ as actually a good thing as it allows you to uncover the treasures of your inner world.
- What to do to maximise “failing forward”.
- Live Q&A.
About Introvert Success Initative
The idea of Introvert Success Initiative (ISI) was born in March 2017, when Merja attended training with a group of her own mentors. For a really long time, she had been bothered by the rah-rah approach of the personal development industry that seemed to be more concerned about how much money the teachers could make out of their clients, rather than truly embracing the verifiable amount of results that the clients were having with their coaches and mentors. She had also grown tired of hype marketing and workshops that focused on bringing the energy up at the events, rather than putting in place systems that allowed the participants to continue to funnel their natural energy to their work long after the high of the workshop had worn off.
In short, Merja had had enough of buying yet another program at the event that she was later left to implement on her own. Why couldn't we study great material from the comfort of our own homes with an option of group or 1-2-1 mentoring with the teacher as well? Why do we have to go to these events and just blend in with 100s or 1000s of other people as a faceless mass and be talked at? Merja wanted something more. She wanted respectful, authentic mentoring, coaching and training to become the norm in the industry, where investment in yourself was based on actual results, not sales psychology.
That's when Merja came up with the concept of Introvert Success Initiative: Individual empowerment, global collaboration. ISI would be leading the way in tapping into the rich world of introspection and giving it a solid, organised and authentic voice in the outside world, so that future generations would no longer be reliant on high energy excitement eventually leading to burnout and instead, would learn to embrace more real, solid and sustainable personal growth as the norm. It's time to bring out the dormant inner genius and let the world really benefit from your gifts and insights.
About the presenter:
Merja Sumiloff shows people and businesses how to find the missing link for their exponential growth. Merja is a highly acclaimed international mentor, teacher and relationship strategist that has helped 1000s of people in over 50 industries to achieve their wildest dreams of happiness, health and wealth.
Join us at 10 am (Sydney, Australia Time) on Thursday, 25th January 2018 to delve into the depth and magnificence that is you!
To register for the event (or to receive the recording if you can’t make it) register on the right hand side of the page.
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This event is 10 am Sydney, Australia time, which may be Wednesday night to those of you overseas. To familiarise yourself with Sydney time zone, head on over to: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/australia/sydney