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Guest Post – Roger Seip Trains Your Brain
by Robb On March 8, 2013

I asked Roger to be a guest poster on my Blog today for a couple of reasons:

1. He is awesome.

2. I’ve had the privilege of delivering some of his content lately and not only have our audiences gotten a ton out of it, but it has REALLY helped me clarify how and why I have been getting the results I have lately.

3. He still doesn’t have his blog up and running yet (too busy delivering amazing programs based on his book) so I thought it would be fun for him to share some of the web with me!

So without further ado…Heeeeeeeeeere’s Roger!

Train Your Brain For Success- Roger Seip

Are you aware that your mind literally creates your life? Most have heard of this concept, but let’s make it really personal:

Take a moment and identify some problem that you currently face. Any problem will do, just identify it and hold it in your mind for a few moments. Notice how that feels. Now identify one thing that you’re thankful for and hold THAT in your mind…

Notice a difference? Most do- reason being that what goes on in your mind literally creates your emotional experience and then ripples out into every result you get in every area of life. You literally create your world with your mind.

And there’s a problem…

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Defining Your Keystone Goal Defined
by Robb On February 1, 2013

Over the last few weeks we have had several folks reach out to ask about their Keystone Goal. Questions have ranged from “What is it?” to “Why is it important?” to “How in the heck do I DO it?” I LOVE that people are asking. It shows that the concept is resonating and that folks are interested in improving their lives. They get that when they have clear, energizing goals, that will help them achieve what they want in business and in life.

In this post, I will attempt to more clearly define the Keystone Goal and where it lies in the big picture of success. Before we go any further, I HIGHLY recommend that anyone who is curious about the concept of a Keystone Goal pick up a copy of Roger Seip’s Train Your Brain For Success book as he pretty much coined the term Keystone Goal and spends a good amount of text defining it. Anything you read in this post comes straight from the book. I’m not trying to get selly-selly by any means, I just want to make sure I give credit where credit is due.


Consider this post a Cliff’s Notes version of his chapter on the Keystone Goal. If Cliff’s notes were novel-length… (get comfy before you read this one).

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The Power of Owning Your Time
by Robb On June 14, 2012

Not a whole lot to share this week with regards to my use of the 2-Hour Solution. We are out in Bend, OR for Strategic Planning so I cleared my calendar. That being said, I started doing something that didn’t seem like a big deal at the time but in retrospect really helped boost our productivity in the meetings.

I changed the outgoing message on my office phone to reflect my travel plans (go ahead and check it out) and to let people know that the best way to get a hold of me was via my cell. Continue reading ›

Coming Up Short but Still Going Long
by Robb On June 6, 2012

Last week, I gave you an overview as to what the 2-Hour Solution is all about. Hopefully you were able to make sense of that and start to work on the process for yourself. Any realizations yet? I sure have some. But before we get to that, I’ll take you through my first (in a while) 2-Hour Solution.

I made the decision to set aside time on Sunday night to do this. That was tough. It was challenging to go from relaxing weekend mode to business mode and completely block everything out. Continue reading ›

The 2-Hour Solution from 30,000 ft.
by Robb On May 29, 2012

My first post on getting the 2-Hour Solution back into my life generated a lot of interest from folks. That is AWESOME! I’m glad to hear you feel like you have room for improvement. In the words of Roger Seip, “That FIRES me up!”

The first thing we should do is make sure you have a basic understanding of what the 2-Hour Solution is all about. In a nutshell, we are talking about taking a chunk of time and dedicating it to laying out how and where you will put forth effort within a specific window of time. Continue reading ›

Time Management the Second Time Around
by Robb On May 11, 2012

I experienced a VERY embarrassing few minutes last weekend. At our annual sales meeting the concept of time management came up, and Roger and Eric were reinforcing how effective the 2-Hour Solution was. When asked how often I used it, I replied, “What’s that?” Not good. It’s the basis for our Time Management program. My answer spurred an impromptu 15-minute “refresher” on the concept. The bad news is that about 17 seconds into the description, I realized I DO in fact know what the 2-Hour Solution is all about. Continue reading ›