QC Inner Circle Newsletter – April 2011
A lesson from George Faddoul’s best-selling book, How to Get a Bigger Bite out of Life.
Have you ever wondered what it is that will make a difference in your life in the next five years?
The books you read and the people you meet, the people you meet and the books your read.
If you don’t meet anyone new and if you’re not reading anything new, how will things change for you? If you don’t do anything different in the next five years than you did in the last five years then how will anything change? So remember, the books you read and the people you meet, and nowadays we add to Charlie Tremendous Jones’ famous quote, and the seminars you take.
The books you read and the people you meet, and the seminars you take.
When it comes to learning, there is an easy way and there is a hard way. Books help us learn from something called…O.P.E Other Peoples Experiences. Forget learning everything yourself, from your own experiences, you’re just going to run out of time, besides the tuition cost is too high. Other people have done great things that cost them dearly, and they have learned valuable lessons from them, and then, they have put these experiences in books. Buy the books, and study them, they’ll save you years, and make you millions.
There is a little story from Mark Twain he says…
A cat jumped on a hot stove, got burnt and jumped off the hot stove. The cat never again jumped on a hot stove, trouble is, he never again jumped on a cold stove either.
So, don’t just learn from your own experiences, learn from Other Peoples Experiences.
To purchase a copy of the best-selling book of How to Get a Bigger Bite out of Life visit http://events.quantumchangeseminars.com/qcstore/books_html or call the office on 1300 733 642
Have you ever wondered why rabbits and eggs are associated with Easter?
Before Christianity, Eastre was known as the Anglo-Saxon goddess of fertility and rebirth. The word “Easter” was derived from the name of this Pagan goddess who was honoured every year during a festival at the vernal equinox.
The Easter Bunny was a rabbit spirit. In ancient times, he was called the “Easter Hare,” and became a symbol of fertility because hares and rabbits have frequent multiple births. The Easter egg hunt originated because children believed that hares laid eggs in the grass. Christians consider eggs to be “the seed of life” and so they became symbolic of the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Team QC wishes all of our lovely students a Happy and Safe Easter!
QC Seminars to travel to the U.S
QC Seminars is travelling to the land of red-white-and-blue at the end of May for our very first international NLP Scholarship Certification training.
The inaugural training will be held in Newport Beach, Orange County USA, from May 26 to May 30.
For more information contact the QC team via phone 1300 733 642 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Arthur: Iris, in the movies we have leading ladies and we have the best friend. You, I can tell, are a leading lady, but for some reason you are behaving like the best friend.
Iris: You’re so right. You’re supposed to be the leading lady of your own life, for god’s sake! Arthur, I’ve been going to a therapist for three years, and she’s never explained anything to me that well. That was brilliant. Brutal, but brilliant.
— from the 2006 film, The Holiday
Incongruence is when you don’t walk your talk. You are out of rapport with yourself and your unconscious mind. You have reservations, doubts, inner conflicts and disharmony regarding an outcome. Incongruence, internal conflict and not being totally committed to an outcome will show up in your external behaviour. Maybe sequentially, as in saying something, and doing something else, or simultaneously as in agreeing verbally but disagreeing physiologically with your head movements or doubtful tone of voice. As opposed to being congruent when goals, thoughts, and behaviours are all in alignment.
This guy goes into a doctor’s office. The doctor says, “Oh, Mr. Jones! We have the results of your test. Do you want the bad news first or the very bad news?” The guy shrugs and says, “Well I guess I’ll have the bad news first.” “Well the bad news is, you have 24 hours to live,” the doctor replies. The man is distraught, “24 hours to live? That’s horrible! What could be worse than that? What’s the VERY bad news?” The doctor folds his hands and sighs, “The very bad news is…I’ve been trying to contact you since yesterday.”