Insights from Dr. Sean Richardson
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of High Achievers
This presentation consists of 10 highlights
from the interview with Moe Abdou,
founder & host of 33voices®.
Dr. Sean Richardson
Dr. Sean Richardson is an expert on the Psychol-
ogy of Excellence, a performance psychologist
and com...
1
Excellence is not perfection;
it’s doing whatever it takes to get the best out of yourself -
every time.
2
When you commit to possibility thinking,
impossible becomes just a word -
reframe it.
3
High achievers hardly take failure personally -
to them, it’s about committing their best effort
to everything they do.
4
Observe the highest achievers
and you’re likely to see:
4
Observe the highest achievers
and you’re likely to see:
Someone who’s connected to her highest purpose every single day
4
Observe the highest achievers
and you’re likely to see:
Someone who has a deliberate action plan for achieving a desired...
4
Observe the highest achievers
and you’re likely to see:
Someone who aspires to being held accountable
4
Observe the highest achievers
and you’re likely to see:
Someone who has the courage to face and go-around potential road...
5
Beware of the confidence myth.
You don’t need it to succeed -
it’s your actions that will ultimately boost your confiden...
6
Next time a big, audacious goal scares you,
try taking your eye off your desired result
and focus on your next action in...
7
High achievers use fear as a cue
that something extraordinary is about to happen -
don’t avoid it.
8
When you embody the courage to be vulnerable,
you’ll feel why your weakness is actually toughness in disguise.
8
When you embody the courage to be vulnerable,
you’ll feel why your weakness is actually toughness in disguise.
9
Roadblocks are either personal or situational;
both require you to see around them.
10
If you want to test your limits, try this:
instead of thinking outside the box,
try getting rid of the box and seeing w...
How are you defining your limits?
REALLY REFLECT
Connect WITH US!
Tell us what you think
Chase@33voices.com
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Dr. Sean Richardson is an expert on the Psychology of Excellence, a performance psychologist and competitive athlete. He sees a future where transformative education and experiences are accessible to all those open and willing to do the work to perform at higher levels, to make their lives and the lives of those around them better, whether that is business leaders, top athletes and professional coaches, dancers and musicians, or moms, dads and individuals. His mission is to spread an epidemic of positive, action-based self-confidence that stimulates growth, and extraordinary performance in people, empowering them with method and mindset to sustain the actions that drive positive change, and produce results.

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  1. 1. Insights from Dr. Sean Richardson Powered by The Habits of High Achievers
  2. 2. This presentation consists of 10 highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
  3. 3. Dr. Sean Richardson Dr. Sean Richardson is an expert on the Psychol- ogy of Excellence, a performance psychologist and competitive athlete. He sees a future where transformative education and experiences are accessible to all those open and willing to do the work to perform at higher levels, to make their lives and the lives of those around them better, whether that is business leaders, top athletes and professional coaches, dancers and musicians, or moms, dads and individuals. His mission is to spread an epidemic of positive, action-based self-confidence that stimulates growth, and extraordinary performance in peo- ple, empowering them with method and mindset to sustain the actions that drive positive change, and produce results. @DrSeanR
  4. 4. 1 Excellence is not perfection; it’s doing whatever it takes to get the best out of yourself - every time.
  5. 5. 2 When you commit to possibility thinking, impossible becomes just a word - reframe it.
  6. 6. 3 High achievers hardly take failure personally - to them, it’s about committing their best effort to everything they do.
  7. 7. 4 Observe the highest achievers and you’re likely to see:
  8. 8. 4 Observe the highest achievers and you’re likely to see: Someone who’s connected to her highest purpose every single day
  9. 9. 4 Observe the highest achievers and you’re likely to see: Someone who has a deliberate action plan for achieving a desired result
  10. 10. 4 Observe the highest achievers and you’re likely to see: Someone who aspires to being held accountable
  11. 11. 4 Observe the highest achievers and you’re likely to see: Someone who has the courage to face and go-around potential roadblocks
  12. 12. 5 Beware of the confidence myth. You don’t need it to succeed - it’s your actions that will ultimately boost your confidence.
  13. 13. 6 Next time a big, audacious goal scares you, try taking your eye off your desired result and focus on your next action instead.
  14. 14. 7 High achievers use fear as a cue that something extraordinary is about to happen - don’t avoid it.
  15. 15. 8 When you embody the courage to be vulnerable, you’ll feel why your weakness is actually toughness in disguise.
  16. 16. 8 When you embody the courage to be vulnerable, you’ll feel why your weakness is actually toughness in disguise.
  17. 17. 9 Roadblocks are either personal or situational; both require you to see around them.
  18. 18. 10 If you want to test your limits, try this: instead of thinking outside the box, try getting rid of the box and seeing what happens.
  19. 19. How are you defining your limits? REALLY REFLECT
  20. 20. Connect WITH US! Tell us what you think Chase@33voices.com
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