Debbie Bensching: Positive Behavior Changes

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Debbie Bensching: Positive Behavior Changes

2017-09-08T06:14:34+00:00April 20th, 2015|Categories: Internet Marketing, Personal Brand, Reading List|Tags: , , |

Change Behavior, Debbie Bensching, Portland, Oregon, Ronin Studios, Scott Sakamoto, Internet MarketingI attended Psychotherapist and Mental Performance Trainer Debbie Benching’s presentation “Good Habits That Stick: the WHY, the WHAT, the HOW for Success” last Friday.

I was happy to hear that I wasn’t too far off as far as some future “Behavioral Changes” I wish to make in the next year (2016-2017). I had already been speaking with Debbie several times over the past few weeks about exploring this Topic in more detail as there a far too many NEW and IMPROVED methods of Marketing that many small business owners are not utilizing = Why? I think some Small Business owners are reluctant to Change or are hoping that their retirement will outlast the relevancy of their Business Methods AND… their Business Model is outdated = Don’t forget, it’s 2015.

I think some Small Business owners are reluctant to Change & are hoping their “Shaky” retirement plans will outlast the relevancy of their Business Methods Don’t forget, it’s 2015.

I think I may have her convinced that this would be beneficial Content for her Clients.
Let’s do it! = Stay Tuned

Principles of Change Readiness

Change Behavior, Debbie Bensching, Portland, Oregon, Ronin Studios, Scott Sakamoto, Internet MarketingAfter identifying in “Detail” behaviors you wish to Change = Signals the readiness to change. Note that I state “In Detail”.

As I was listening to the comments from the other attendees (Scott Pillsbury, Rose City Label and Everything Works a Little, was also in attendance) it became very clear to me that identifying in as much “Detail” and “Visualization” is Paramount and a Requirement before any Meaningful Goals are accomplished.

I can’t wait to continue this conversation with Debbie.

Bottom-Line: Drill Down Baby, Drill Down
Get to the “Honest Hurt”… and go from there

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