Who sits at your table?

They say you are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with. That whatever results or status you have in life or business is a result of your beliefs and values, which are influenced most by your 5 closest peers.

If you were to consider who these people would be for you, how are they influencing you?

Are they models of the health or success that you want for yourself?

Do they challenge you to think bigger or work harder?

 

What if they don’t? What do you do?

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Get One Last Gift For Yourself This Year! Discount Ends Soon!

Time is running out!

Early Bird Discount on two exciting programs expires 12/31/16.

Don’t miss your opportunity to get the best transformations of the season.

Momentum Group Coaching – The regular dose of encouragement and accountability you need to achieve your goals for the new year! Available Worldwide!

Smarter than SMART: Achieve Your Goals in 2017 – A LIVE workshop in London, Ontario to help you envision a clear picture of success, and make sure you start 2017 off on the right foot.

 

Contact Me for more information.

 

Happy Holidays!

 

Wes

Only 8% will succeed… How to be one of them

It’s that time of year again.

Time to look back on the past year: Wins, Losses, Lessons, Blessings.
And to think about the coming year: Hopes, Wishes, Goals, Fears, Plans.

You may be one of those people who takes time to be intentional and mindful about these things. Or you might only be slightly aware of these kinds of thoughts in the back of your mind. But either way, it’s something we all do, isn’t it?

In fact, 45% of Americans usually make New Year’s Resolutions, which makes them 10 times more likely to achieve their outcomes than the rest of us who don’t explicitly make resolutions.

Even so… only 8% of them will be successful in achieving their resolution.
What do they know that we don’t?

Read more… “Only 8% will succeed… How to be one of them”

Canadian Phone Number

One of the little frustrations of moving across the border has been figuring out what to do with my cell phone. To use my Verizon service over here, I have to enable the International roaming service, which seems silly since I’m only an hour past the border. It’s not ideal because my Canadian friends have to pay long distance if they want to call me.

After spending some time searching and navigating technical difficulties, I finally got myself a Canadian phone number – Thanks to a nifty web-based service called Fongo.

Fongo is a free service that uses VOIP to send and receive calls using your phone’s data or Wi-Fi connection, rather than using cell minutes, and you just have to install the app on your cell phone or computer. You can add texting and long distance calling with some paid options. And while Google voice is only offering US numbers, Fongo is only available for certain cities in Canada. Fortunately, London is one of those cities.

For residents of London, Ontario and surrounding areas, you can now contact me at my local number: (226) 289-6231

For US residents, don’t worry, my (714) number is still alive and well.

Talk to you soon!