Posted by Scott Bywater in Psychology Nov 18th, 2016 | No Comments »

Germ and pathogen icon in human shape infographic background layout for health or biology education representing human disease such as virus bacteria fungus amoeba Protozoa worm and other parasites create by vector

I went to my naturopath this morning, and he’s found all of these viruses and parasites in my body.

He also showed me my blood tests, and how my blood compared to last time I was there – there was a stark improvement.

Guess what?

I’ve been to a lot of health specialists, and nobody has ever told me this.

There’s a couple of lessons here. :

1. There’s a big difference between experts who are good at what they do and experts who are great.
2. Lack of knowledge holds you back: health wise, I’ve been operating at well below my optimum for years – and it’s held me
back – even though I haven’t realised it.

How about you?

What is it that you don’t know, which is holding you back?

Posted by Scott Bywater in marketing, Sales Nov 16th, 2016 | No Comments »

Bush of ripe red tomato growing in open ground. Tomatoes in vegetable garden. Cultivated fresh vegetables. Tomato growing in garden.

One of the best metaphors I’ve come across when it comes to marketing
is the tomato garden.

First, you need to plant the seeds (engage in the marketing campaign)…

And then different seeds will germinate at a different pace.

Some will be ready to pick today…

And others in 3 months, 6 months, 12 months… or 5 years.

But you’ve got to keep planting (putting leads and subscribers into your
sales funnel)…

And you’ve got to keep watering that garden and picking out the weeds
(nurturing your garden with content and connection)…

Otherwise it will dry up.

So my question to you today is…

What are you doing to plant seeds or water your garden today?

Do you have a consistent process? Are you feeding it enough?

And are you placing the best possible seeds, that are going to grow into
big tomatoes rather than small ones?

Posted by Scott Bywater in Psychology Nov 14th, 2016 | No Comments »

Front view of two angry businesswomen looking each other with hate working with laptops at office


I’ve got a confession to make:
I’ve been a victim of that green eyed monster called jealousy.

I can remember when I first started to follow my Facebook feed, it used to
go out of control – I’d look at people who were doing really well and it would
send me into an emotional spin…

But then I became aware of it.

And now it’s less so.

Instead I have made the mental habit of celebrating others success –
which can be hard for the “monkey mind” to do sometimes…

And tame my inner sense of schadenfraude.

I’ve been making an internal focus to want the BEST for others.

How about you? Do you ever get taken over by jealousy?

It’s worth taming, because it’s very difficult to get from
where we are to where we want to be when we’re holding onto an
“energy” of lack.

Truth is, there IS so much abundance out there, and when somebody
else succeeds… it takes nothing away from you or I.

So stomp out the jealousy and instead ask the question…

How can I celebrate others success?

How can I help others become even more successful?

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