8 Keys to Positive Change: Transforming your Health & your Life


  1. How to Identify & Understand– What you want to change and Why!
  2. Changing Habits with Ease – How to Eliminate the Negative and Replace with the Positive
  3. Attracting & Interacting with Positive people – How this will change your Life
  4. Flexibility – The Key 7 Steps to Develop Flexibility for Successful Change
  5. Fuelling your Mind & Body for Successful Change
  6. Developing Emotional Intelligence & Resilience
  7. Creating a Sense of Urgency
  8. Sustain & Maintain Successful Change – Taking Charge – Being Response – able to what you have control over achieving the Best Life. Possible with a Trusted Roadmap & Path to Follow


Welcome to Unlocking the 8 Keys to Making Positive Change

Learning these Keys is a Major Step to Transforming your Health & your Life

8 Keys to Positive Change: Transforming your Health & your Life

A Major Step to “Building a Brilliant Mind” is in Building yourself a Strong Foundation that will enable you to achieve a Lifetime of Optimal Health, Happiness, Vitality. To Live the Life ”YOU” Truly want.

This is dependant on learning key elements that will guide you to “Making Positive Changes”. Each person I have worked with including myself, come to a level of difficulty when implementing and making positive changes.

It is throughout my teachings of Building a Brilliant Mind you will learn the importance of understanding and becoming very familiar with your Core Desires, your Core Values, Dreams, Visualizing and defining your goals to achieve these.

In this area of your learning I am going to help you to uncover, identify and understand what it is that you “Truly want” and the why as to the need to change is imperative to achieve long term positive results. Becoming clear about “What you want”, not necessarily “What you don’t want”

Many years ago now I was recovering from an attack on my life and I used Anthony Robbins book, “Awaken the Giant Within”. I used it as a workbook to help me to recover from this incident. I definitely recommend reading this book, it was extremely instrumental in supporting my road to recovery.

In Anthony Robbins book, [“Awaken the Giant Within”]. He mentions the fact that for the most part ,when you ask people what they don’t want, they can give you a list a mile long. However, when asked the question what do they want? They find it difficult to answer. I found this to be so true and a revelation that certainly helped me to move forward with getting back onto my path and helping me with the ease of making positive changes.

The first step that is a significant key to making positive changes is to become clear in identifying and understanding exactly what you want to change and why. Some of these areas that need changing are inbuilt habits, not all of these habits are going to be in alignment with your Core Desires, Core Values and Dreams that you either have or will be working through in the course Building a Brilliant Mind. Therefore it will be significant and important for you in learning how to implement the changes.

Easing the Power of Change by Uncovering the Hidden Elements that are Blocking you

However, your desire to escape the feeling of vulnerability and loss of control that comes about with change, is often the element that is preventing or blocking you from making positive changes. Often becoming self-critical and implementing negative influences that will prevent and block you from Living life, how you truly want to.

I am about to teach you 8 important keys that will help ease the pain of making changes, especially the positive ones. Helping you to regain a sense of balance and rediscovery of what you Truly want, to steer your thought processes toward the outcome in a way, that you will feel empowered to make the changes, so that making the changes is easier and more palatable.

Living a full and vital life is all a continual learning curve of adjusting, making major and incremental adjustments, changes along the way.

The First Key to Making Positive Changes is that the Desire to Change must be Greater than the Desire to Remain the same

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