We all have limitless potential, but it doesn't always feel like it. Not when projects are fraught with setbacks, workloads are high, and motivation is low. The biggest thing that stands in our way of success is us! So, how can you continually shift your mindset, so you can create the end results that you want?
It's a matter of shaking any disempowering thoughts and re-engaging with positivity to override any self-doubt, procrastination or lack of motivation. This keynote shares a simple 4-step process, that can be applied immediately, on how you can conquer the inner game, so the outer can follow and lead down a path of natural success each time.
Anji Hallewell is a Self-Mastery & Performance Expert, who over the last 15+ years, has worked with some of the world's biggest brands, such as Mediacom, FOX, RBS & QBE in a variety of talent development roles. After spending years mastering the impact of behavior on human potential, and personally experiencing some of the high-pressure challenges facing today's aspiring leaders, Anji discovered that self-mastery was the key to achieving natural success.
She has taught 100s of professionals proven mindset tools for them to rise above the negative workings of the ego and perform at their best. It is Anji's talent for understanding behavior and mindset that has seen her emerge as one of the leading coaches in self-mastery and performance. Using a blend of mindfulness, NLP, and positive psychology, Anji creates sustainable change for clients to reach levels of career success that were previously unattainable.
Her clear message with stories of courage, compassion and never giving up on one’s dreams while standing in the face of adversities was engaging and fully absorbed by the hundreds of people at this live event. She did a great job of inspiring the attendees and was spot on with her TEDx style presentation.
We were simply blown away by how easily she connected to audiences across all these countries and all these cities with her stories, with her content and with her presence on stage. She was easy to work with; the audiences love her, and she never had a cookie cutter approach to her content.