Thank You Jersey!!
We have had so much fun this last couple of days running the HPT-Transformation program in Jersey.
We had 280 people in the Fort Regent complex on the cliff above St Helier. That\’s it, the white spaceship on top of the hill in the pic. http://www.jerseyconferencing.com/fortregent.html
I have held 11 firewalks for various charities at Fort Regent and it was a real pleasure to be able to premier the basic HPT program here at this wonderful Venue.
For many, the journey from being trapped, blinkered, and stuck to total transformation into a free, focused, vibrant, confident and realised being was difficult and some serious work took place to strip people back to nothing, but we did it.
I would like to thank my two facilitators Carl and Karen for ensuring that everyone ‘got it’. I am proud of you both, you are true \’Belongers\’.
An 8:30am start and an 11:30pm finish seem like long days but, as I said in the training, “it’s important, it’s the future…your Future!”
Some of the biggest takeaways this week were:
1. Don’t focus on your past, you don’t live there anymore. 2. I don’t profess to have all the answers, I just know what works. 3. This is the crack in the wall through which you will see the world. 4. Here is where it is, now is where it is, you are what it is. 5. Remove the pressure you didn’t know you had. 6. The past has nothing to do with who you are and how you act in the present. 7. People don’t get stuck in what happened to them, they get stuck in the significance of that event. 8. It’s not about what you know or what you don’t know. It’s about what you don’t know about what you don’t know. 9. There are certain things you can only know by creating them yourself. 10. Instead of looking around for a leader, we should look for the leader within ourselves. 11. Irrespective of conditions or outside influence, transformation can happen at any time. People have the ability to Transform. 12. It’s not what you think that changes your life; it is the space in which that thinking takes place. 13. Common Sense isn’t all that common. 14. You have to live your life in a ‘you AND me’ world and not a ‘you OR me’ world. 15. The majority of people are motivated by the avoidance of what they don’t want rather than the attainment of what they do want. 16. If you create a context of wellbeing in your life, the circumstances in your life will reflect that. 17. You are living in the past at today’s prices.
Thank you again to Fort Regent, The Pomme D’or Hotel, The L’Horizon Hotel, the Old Court House, and everyone that has made this three day event the success it was.
I know you will now soar.
What you don\’t know is, I learned so much from all of you…Thank you