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Tim Wade                                    www.TimWade.com© 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
About Tim WadeTim Wade is a motivational business         Improve Results, Increase                                       ...
Goal Clarity, Learn Skills, Victor Mindset, Positive Action, PersistenceWhen we think about the Olympics, or any sort of r...
To Increase Results…         First Increase Self-Awareness:               How am I behaving?                              ...
What STOPS us getting to our goals?  We MustTAKE ACTION To get from where you are                                         ...
In Caveman days, fear preserved us from getting ourselves killed. While that’s stilluseful today, we have added social dea...
How do people procrastinate?One way we deal with discomfort and fear is by busying ourselves with things weare certain tha...
Fear and procrastination aremechanisms we employ toregain a sense of control orcertainty when things seemuncertain or unco...
How? - Increase Self-Awareness                                    What you focus on looking for, you will see             ...
Your Brain’s  Information FilterYour brain filters out what you have toldit to consider as unimportant through amechanism ...
Like radio waves that are already all around us, we can tune into different types ofmindsets. Which we choose is up to us,...
Your Mindset, Brain & PerformanceMindset• Caused by Conditioning• Regulates Results                           Performance•...
If we want to change ourresults, we first need tochange our minds… • We are conditioned to think a   certain way (mindset)...
The V9 ProfileThe V9 Profile helps individuals increase theirawareness of how they are behaving, how theyare perceived, an...
V9 – 4 Conditioned Mindsets                                    Find articles about the V9 Profile                         ...
V9 – 9 characters to Victory© 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
Our goal is to oscillate between the 4 characters in               the Mindset of Victory   © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade....
Our mindset has been                   Change takes discipline, leadership, faith                                         ...
Cultivating a Positive Possibility MindsetMake a habit of deliberately tuning into only one “radio station” of themind… de...
Tim Wade                                    www.TimWade.com© 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
The Most Valuable Resource                               on this Planet is:For all but 2 days in our lives there are only ...
The Path to Wealth: “Yat Low Fatt”In one Chinese dialect the numbers 1, 6and 8 have the same meaning as “ThePath to Wealth...
Sleep: research shows that we need 8hours of sleep a night to be operating withoptimum effectiveness during the day. That’...
Consequences of Inaction               Difference               in results         Period of         inaction             ...
To grow and feel fulfilled, there are 12 main areas of life in which we must investour time and energy . To achieve positi...
Overcoming Fear & ProcrastinationKnow Your BIG Goal                      Change Your    & Why                             ...
Tim Wade                                    www.TimWade.com© 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
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2011 tim wade the mindset of victory + time economics

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(For those who have attended my presentations and workshops, here is a version of the slides with additional comments and explanations.
The Mindset of Victory is believing in the possibility of reaching the goal and overcoming all growth-enhancing challenges on the journey. Yes We Can is the team spirit that accelerates the process through the compounding effects of shared faith, peer accountability, and group-generated motivation.
Time Economics is the opportunity cost of action versus inaction and on what we choose to invest our time. This comes back to the importance of clear goals and a positive emotional connection to those goals.

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2011 tim wade the mindset of victory + time economics

  1. 1. Tim Wade www.TimWade.com© 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  2. 2. About Tim WadeTim Wade is a motivational business Improve Results, Increase +65 6674 6928 Book Tim Wadegrowth speaker who has a 17-year Performance, Retain Staff Businesses all over Singapore , South-corporate and consulting success track East Asia and Asia-Pacific are booking Tim Wade partners organisations torecord helping business improve Tim Wade to: develop leaders and increaseoperational productivity and team • Deliver motivational, engaging, productivity. His results:performance levels. His background in entertaining & inspiring keynotes atpsychology and corporate leadership • Increases in productivity by 17%, conventions and eventssees him help teams increase self-belief, • Increases in retention 12%, • Facilitate multi-day leadershipdevelop empowering mindsets and • Increase in morale by 35%, retreats: change, growth, businessdeliver positive results. • Increase in attendance by 27%, developmentTim Wade has worked with audiences in • Increase customer satisfaction: 78% • Train teams of leaders, managersJapan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and operational support staff to • Increase employee and customerDubai, China, India, Australia, USA, dramatically improve performance in communication effectiveness: 100%Korea, New Zealand, and Singapore. line with HR practicesClients include Microsoft, Motorola, Book Tim Wade for your next event. • Consult to business unit leaders withSingapore Prison Services, Prudential, HR managers to ensure performanceHSBC, American Express, UOB, National improvements and operationalInstitute of Education and many more! process improvements are delivered. www.TimWade.com © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  3. 3. Goal Clarity, Learn Skills, Victor Mindset, Positive Action, PersistenceWhen we think about the Olympics, or any sort of race, the purpose is to get to the finish lineand fast. When we think about the things we want to do, share and have in life, it’s importantto be clear on what those things are. Athletes know what their goal is. They know whatdirection they need to move, how to prepare, how to begin, how to end, and how to altertheir execution plan during the race. They are willing to learn skills from mentors and coaches.They persist through physical and emotional pain by taking positive action and keeping fixedon their goal. Their mindset is positive and focused on victory. They believe they can do it andthey take action daily to ensure they have the best chance of winning. Are you doing this too? © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  4. 4. To Increase Results… First Increase Self-Awareness: How am I behaving? How do you work? What powers you? What drives you to do the things you do? And what stops you or holds you back? To change our results, we need to understand the answers to these questions…© 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  5. 5. What STOPS us getting to our goals? We MustTAKE ACTION To get from where you are THERE to where you want to be, x … Overwhelmed …you’re going to need to take some sort of action. But what stops us from taking FEAR … Out of Control … … Uncomfortable … that action? …. … Typically what stops us are Emotions. In particular, a feeling of overwhelm, or being out of control, feeling uncomfortable about taking the action. In short, FEAR. It’s useful to note that our Emotions drive the extent to which we take action. If we can harness the power of our HERE emotions and how we feel about something, then we can channel them to drive our actions. To do that we need to feel GOOD about doing something. We also need to understand more about the role of fear in our lives… © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  6. 6. In Caveman days, fear preserved us from getting ourselves killed. While that’s stilluseful today, we have added social death as a key role for fear. We fear failure andlosing face. This prevents us from trying because we fear not being good enoughand not being loved. You are good enough. You have the power to practice,strengthen, better yourself. You are good enough to get up and try again. Fearwon’t stop your growth unless you let it rule you. Instead you can choose tointelligently face it. Expand your comfort zone. Grow. Reap the rewards. © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  7. 7. How do people procrastinate?One way we deal with discomfort and fear is by busying ourselves with things weare certain that we will feel good about. Games, television, mobile phones, apps,emails, social media, even spending time with friends. These can all be used asprocrastination strategies. Mainly because we know the rules and the outcome iscertain. Sometimes we even procrastinate by doing other things on our desk. Wedo a little bit of everything but we don’t finish anything. Focus on finishing.Concentrate on completion. Make the decision to use proactive action instead ofprocrastination. Use those things that you like to do as rewards for getting donewhat you have to do. And unless you’re a heart surgeon, don’t lose time striving forperfection. Right now, done is better than perfect. © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  8. 8. Fear and procrastination aremechanisms we employ toregain a sense of control orcertainty when things seemuncertain or uncomfortable.Certainty is one the 4 conflictingneeds that we have. Theseneeds conflict because they areat opposite ends of twoemotional continua. When wehave too much of one need andit feels uncomfortable, we tendto move away from it andtowards the opposing need. This is what is commonly referred to as our “comfortzone”. If we change our emotion from discomfort to excitement, we learn toexpand our comfort zone. Like battling animals the ones that will eventually win arethe ones we feed. The 4 conflicting needs are: we need variety (adventure,surprise, uncertainty) and yet we also need certainty (stability, comfort), and weneed significance (feel special, unique, stand out from the crowd) yet we need toalso feel connection and love (belonging, part of the crowd, acceptance). © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  9. 9. How? - Increase Self-Awareness What you focus on looking for, you will see more of. Look for more brown around you, and you will see more brown and be less aware of everything else. Look for what is negative and impossible and destructive, and you will see more of that. Look for what is positive and possible and value-adding, and you will see more. Choose.© 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  10. 10. Your Brain’s Information FilterYour brain filters out what you have toldit to consider as unimportant through amechanism called the reticularactivating system (RAS).You tell your RAS what’s unimportant by:• specifying what is important (goals)• specifying what is unimportant(through prioritisation)• training it to respond to what isimportant (through your actions,decisions and habits, whether good orbad)You are training your mind (whetherdeliberate or accidental), and thiscreates the way your mind is set torespond to information… your mindset. © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  11. 11. Like radio waves that are already all around us, we can tune into different types ofmindsets. Which we choose is up to us, but it can be influenced by our workplaceor environment and our strength of character. In the V9 profile there are 4 differentmindsets that depend upon our relationship with ourselves, and our relationshipwith other people. © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  12. 12. Your Mindset, Brain & PerformanceMindset• Caused by Conditioning• Regulates Results Performance• Facilitates Filtering • Action-orientation• Rewired by reconditioning • Effort vs Talent • Hiring Drivers • Developing Mindsets • Productive Results Brain • Reticular Activating System • Neuro-pathways • Cognitive Design • Recipient Filtering • Dismissed information © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  13. 13. If we want to change ourresults, we first need tochange our minds… • We are conditioned to think a certain way (mindset) • What we think about determines our moods / our feelings / our Most managers and emotions (character) trainers try to change • Our feelings can determine the results by addressing only extent of our actions (motivation) a change in actions… they • Our actions determine our results need to learn to go deeper. It is learnable. CTEAR © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com V9
  14. 14. The V9 ProfileThe V9 Profile helps individuals increase theirawareness of how they are behaving, how theyare perceived, and what they need to do toshift to the Mindset of Victory… • 4 conditioned mindsets • 9 characters we play • Seek Increase Awareness • Develop Victor Mindset • Lead Accountability (Decrease Excuses) • Give more value • Increase Productivity V9 was created by Tim Wade © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  15. 15. V9 – 4 Conditioned Mindsets Find articles about the V9 Profile at: www.timwade.com/media© 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  16. 16. V9 – 9 characters to Victory© 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  17. 17. Our goal is to oscillate between the 4 characters in the Mindset of Victory © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  18. 18. Our mindset has been Change takes discipline, leadership, faith and positive reinforcement. created by habit. Leaders of change need help too, as well asWe need to change it guidance in their discipline, leadership, by habit. faith and positive reinforcement too. Give them assistance, training, coaching and professional external support as well as internal support structures. “Successful people formed the habit of doing things that failures don’t like to do.” - Albert E. N. Gray, 1940 The above quote doesn’t say that successful people LIKE to do the things that failures don’t like to do. They might not like to do them either, but they form the habit of doing them anyway. © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  19. 19. Cultivating a Positive Possibility MindsetMake a habit of deliberately tuning into only one “radio station” of themind… deliberately choose to have the Mindset of Victory. To do this,practice looking for what is possible and what is value-adding… The easiestand most effective way to do this by asking better questions. Instead of“What’s wrong with this?” ask “How can I help this become even better?”Instead of “Why am I so fat?” ask “What can I do now to become evenfitter?” Observe your own thoughts, language and focus when observing,describing or commenting about events, situations, ideas or other people.Also pay close attention to the stories you tell yourself or others about you.This can be challenging as the roots aredeeper and we are more convinced bythem. It’s how we identify withourselves… our identity. Are you REALLYwho you keep saying you are? Did thosethings that happened in your past reallyhappen TO you or did they perhapshappen FOR you? Change your mind. © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  20. 20. Tim Wade www.TimWade.com© 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  21. 21. The Most Valuable Resource on this Planet is:For all but 2 days in our lives there are only 24 hours in a day… yet some people canrule countries while others cannot complete anything. Time Economics is about thesupply, demand and opportunity cost of time. Yet we have already established thatsupply is limited. What are the demands on your time? Are they worthwhile? Whatis the cost of choosing one opportunity or action over another? Are we spendingtime or investing it? If we have nothing better to do, our time is not worth much atall. Yet if we REALLY have nothing better to do, then our time is well lived.Consider this. A premium is always paid for things that: • Save Time – Do More – More Results, Faster • Engage Us – Give More – Emotion, Entertainment, Value, Learn • Increase Relationships – Laugh More – Love, Laughter, Emotion, Growth © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  22. 22. The Path to Wealth: “Yat Low Fatt”In one Chinese dialect the numbers 1, 6and 8 have the same meaning as “ThePath to Wealth” (see Asian banks display1.68% as a interest rate or offer a giftvalued at $168). While we’re at it, whatdoes wealth mean to you? A measure offinancial prudence? Success? Balance?Freedom? Many people think they don’thave enough wealth and believe thatthey need more in order to feel happy.Yet what are they DOING to ensure thatthey feel happy and successful? Whatstories are they telling themselves, andwhat actions are they taking? Notice that 24 x 7 = 168. There areWhat are they doing to cultivate their 168 hours in a week. How we useMind (mindset, stories), Body (action, those hours will determine our truecommunication) and Spirit (growth, path to wealth. So how do mostcontribution, happiness, joy, love)? people use their time? © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  23. 23. Sleep: research shows that we need 8hours of sleep a night to be operating withoptimum effectiveness during the day. That’s56 hours a week.Work: Most business professionalsactually work 56 hours a week consideringthe work performed in the evening and onweekends.Eating: If we have 3 meals a day (2hours)and 2 coffee or snack breaks (30 minutes), Shower/Teeth@ 12 mins each twice a day (24then over 7 days that totals 17.5-18 hours of mins) + 12mins grooming/day = 4h12m/week.eating per week. That all totals 9 hrs 48mins, about 10 hours aToilet: For all that goes in, some has to week in the toilet.come out. I measured the behaviour of Remainder: So we’re left with 28 hourshundreds of call centre workers over several a week for ourselves and other activities suchyears and one of the measures was toilet as relationships, kids, health, spirit and life.breaks. In a typical 8-hour shift, they took 24 (When that’s not enough, we steal sleep).minutes of toilet breaks. Assuming the samefor non-work (but awake) time, the total is 48 ROI: Prioritise and Maximise the ROI of ourmins per day, or 5h36mins/week. Add other time against clear goals of Mind, Body andthings done in the toilet/bathroom such as Spirit. © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  24. 24. Consequences of Inaction Difference in results Period of inaction lifeline deadline© 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  25. 25. To grow and feel fulfilled, there are 12 main areas of life in which we must investour time and energy . To achieve positive outcomes in these areas, we must knowwhat it is we want to achieve and why.The Great Goal-Getting Workshop is a facilitated session through whichparticipants create their list of goals and reasons why achieving those goals are soimportant. © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com The Great Goal-Getting Workshop
  26. 26. Overcoming Fear & ProcrastinationKnow Your BIG Goal Change Your & Why Mind…set Specific, Clear Goals. Increase your Awareness. Connect to purpose. Change your story. © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  27. 27. Tim Wade www.TimWade.com© 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  28. 28. “Successful people formedthe habit ofdoing things that failures don’t like to do.”Albert E. N. Gray, 1940 © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com
  29. 29. Follow, Friend & Like MORE: AskTimWade Tim Wade AskTimWade TimWade InternationalArticles atwww.TimWade.com © 2011 Tim Wade - www.TimWade.com

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