An Interview with Damian McConnell

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Damian McConnell has been involved in Personal & Professional Development for the past 16yrs and now brings his message to the business world working with individuals and teams to elevate and improve how they think.
We dive into Goal Setting and how to go about it so that your goals are realized vs just being dreams. Damian has a unique view on this and some powerful ways to go about it.
You may have heard before that your goals need to be ‘realistic’ and ‘achievable’. Damian likes to scrap this approach and his philosophy around this is worth exploring. You might be surprised.
Enjoy the conversation.
Notes: here are some links that were mentioned in this interview
Damian’s website – Mindstore Training
Napoleon Hill – http://www.naphill.org/
Gestalt – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gestalt_psychology
90-day planning document

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