How to Balance Personal Development with Feeling Good Enough

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This video answers the questions: Am I ready to connect and learn from a mentor? How do I feel good about myself and still feel motivated to pursue personal development? It might feel strange but they don’t hinder but actually help each other.

Peter Sage is an Extreme Entrepreneur & Inspirational Speaker

Peter Sage is an Inspirational Speaker, Serial Entrepreneur and Renowned Coach. After 25 years of business and personal development his passion is now to help people through spreading his messages, insights and philosophy. Subscribe and enjoy!



Peter Lehmkuhl says:

Just by putting out these videos Peter is mentoring soo many more people than he may even realize.

Hasmik Gabrielyan says:

Thank you Peter, it made so much sense to me, glad I’ve watched!

The Art of Improvement says:

One thing you said really resonated with me: “there is no such thing as perfection, there's only direction of travel”.

Reminds me of the phrase… If we’re facing in the right direction, all we have to do is keep on walking.

Cat Dog says:

Hey Peter you asked me to post about how I used The Inside Track to change my life so here it is:

Problem solving steps:
Write down the problem

1) Remember that you live in a friendly Universe wich is purposely designed to make you grow. Be an “inverse paranoid”
2) ”This challenge gives depth to the movie script of my life.”
3) Accept whatever happens as if you have chosed it. Why is this a gift in disguise?
4) Did my heroes lived something like this?
5) What happened?… And what does it mean?
What 5 things can I learn about it?
6)Make a list of the great things about myself.
7)What is great about this?
8) What am I willing to do (and stop doing) to make it the way I want it to be?
9) How can I enjoy the process?
10)Plan and act

Quotes to remember:
The strongest trees grow in the strongest winds
I need to train myself to lose everything I fear to lose
If life were easy it would be boring
Complaining is the glue that ties me to this situation

Example: My job situation
I needed a job because I was tired of sales. I study programming so I needed a security officer job at night because that would allow me to write code while I’m getting paid. I come from a poor family, I attended the live streaming of SBS in 2016 but took action poorly and failed because of lack of discipline and a negative mindset. The workshop was great.
They interviewed me in 4 different companies and didn’t gave me any job. I was angry with myself and very negative towards it, desperated to get a job. I had no money at all, my computer broke and I needed new clothes because I was wearing used clothes or old clothes.
I went trough this steps (I realized that most of the greatest men in history were poor in some moment of their lives and that it was a great opportunity to grow and give it all looking for a job without having any expectations and that it wasn't that hard to take a walk and give CVs to people) and a couple of days after I got a call, they wanted me to sale insurance. I took the job but the next day I went to another interview for a security officer job, they gave me the job, now I work night shifts, I write code 7hs per night and my job is in a 5 star apartament building at 5 blocks from home. I have a great boss and great new friends.
They basically pay me to study and they gave me a suit as a uniform, I feel like James Bond.
That's it Peter Thanks!!

xB0RNFR0MPAINx says:

Peter you keep opening my eyes over and over again. Thank you so much!

lol lol says:

hey Peter! a video on how to manage expectations vs reality would be nice. as you've said, stress occurs when outer world =/= inner world, but everyone needs (in my opinion) to have a certain level of expectation when it comes to most things. eg you wouldn't expect your spouse to cheat on you. so knowing when and how you think expectations should be set could be a cool video idea 🙂

Sean B says:

Thats conundrum i often fight with, but not heard anyone talk about it before. Thanks Peter. All the best.

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