Mindset of Highly Successful People

Mindset of Highly Successful People

Mindset of Highly Successful People

In this Changemaker Challenge conversation, Cate and Grace discuss the mindsets of highly successful wellness pros.

Mindsets are mental habits. In her enrollment conversations for Yogahealer, Grace sometimes gets the sense that something is “squashing” the urgency to evolve, to be successful. She feels that something is often mindset problems: doubt, fear, lack of knowledge, lack of network, old wounds.

Highly successful people have a big picture view of where they want to go, and they’re constantly reverse engineering that back into the day to day, focusing on what they can accomplish right now that will get them to the future they so clearly vision. For that reason, their day-to-day is constantly changing and evolving.

Another key mindset of successful wellness pros is that they invest in where they’re going and they invest bravely. They invest in where they’re going; they don’t invest according to who they’ve been or how they invested in the past; they’re continually upleveling how they invest.

What common mindsets do you see among highly successful wellness pros? How does your mindset differ from theirs? Grace would love to have a conversation with you about it. Go to Yogahealer.com/have-a-conversation to schedule your conversation today.

 

What you’ll get out of tuning in:

  • How highly successful wellness pros invest in themselves.
  • Why the day-to-day habits of highly successful people are constantly evolving.
  • How your mindset might interfere with your success.

 

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Show Highlights:

  • 0:00 – Your network is your net worth. A network is conversations. Our conversations are relationships. When we start to figure out which conversations get us where we want to go next, our relationships start to become very intentional.
  • 3:00 – Mindsets are mental habits. One of the habits of highly successful people is asking themselves really good questions. What common mindsets do you see among highly successful wellness pros? How does your mindset differ from theirs? Grace notices that highly successful wellness pros focus on opportunities rather than problems.
  • 7:15 – Highly successful people have a big picture view of where they want to go, and they’re constantly reverse engineering that back into the day to day, focusing on what they can accomplish right now that will get them to the future they so clearly vision. For that reason, their day-to-day is constantly changing and evolving.
  • 9:33 – According to evolutionary enlightenment theory, in the ground of being, everything is already happening beyond time and space. There is no contraction of time or space. That is why meditation is one of the habits of highly successful people. Evolutionary impulse creates the sense of urgency that causes us to act.
  • 12:52 – In her enrollment conversations for Yogahealer, Grace sometimes gets the sense that something is “squashing” the urgency, the evolutionary impulse. She feels that something is often mindset problems: doubt, fear, lack of knowledge, lack of network, old wounds. Cate explains why you don’t really want to have the skills you need to meet the challenge right now. What’s more important is mindset: Who do you need to become in order to get where you want to be?
  • 15:15 – Another key mindset of successful wellness pros is that they invest in where they’re going and they invest bravely.
  • 17:00 – Uncompromising self care is another habit of highly successful wellness pros. While self care is an investment of time, the monetary investment can be quite low. Highly successful wellness pros also possess a strong belief in what they’re doing. They’re willing to do the “hard stuff” to reach their goals, including long term planning and learning the skills they need to get to where they want to go.

 

Favorite Quotes:

  • You don’t really want to have the skills to meet the challenge right now.” — Cate Stillman
  • This is another key mindset of successful people . . . They invest in where they’re going. All the time. And they don’t invest according to who they’ve been or how they invested in the past. So they’re continually upleveling how they invest.” — Cate Stillman
  • That’s what it feels like with investment: It feels like you need to be brave.” — Cate Stillman

 

Guest BIO:

Grace Edison lives in British Columbia, Canada. She’s a mom of twin 8 year olds, a Yoga teacher, studio owner, and Yoga Health Coach — and she also works for Cate Stillman in Admissions at Yogahealer! More than anything, she loves to make people laugh and has a not-so-secret dream of doing stand-up comedy. Grace has a strong passion for empowering others to take their health and wellness into their own hands. She loves building authentic relationships, making people laugh, and creating supportive communities. After a long-standing relationship with severe depression, Grace has found deep relief through the habits of Ayurveda — and much credit is due to Cate and her Body Thrive program. After taking Body Thrive several times and jumping into Yoga Health Coaching, Grace came aboard the Yogahealer team.

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Cate Stillman founded Yogahealer.com in 2001 to guide Yoga people into Ayurveda and Ayurveda people into yoga. Built on the value of both personal and planetary thrive and a deep connect to one’s ecosystem, community and body, Yogahealer grew into a team, 2 podcasts a week, regular blogging, an arsenal of courses to guide people into their potential, an a professional community + certification program Yoga Health Coaching. Cate wrote and self-published Body Thrive: Uplevel Your Body and Your Life with 10 Habits from Ayurveda and Yoga, an Amazon #1 Bestseller in Ayurveda, which helps people who dig yoga take a giant leap forward in their wellness trajectory with Ayurveda.

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