Are you being the archetype or the stereotype you?
Wednesday, August 15, 2012 at 05:52PM
Paul Hunting

Progress occurs when courageous, skillful leaders seize the opportunity to change things for the better. - Harry S. Truman.

Imagine being able to increase your productivity ten-fold.

Not easy when being the 'stereotype you'. It's what's expected of you. It's how you live your life trying to please 'them'. It's when you wake up one morning and wonder 'what's it all about?', hit the snooze button, pull the duvet back over, go back to sleep, and go back to work.

Being the 'archetype you' is not such a safe option. This is the role you play in life when you are being authentic, being more true to yourself. It's not about waking up at all. It's about having been awakened. The awakened archetype stays moving forward by taking those risks every day that break through the comfort zones and culure zones that keep poverty, disease, abuse, pollution,... thriving at everyone's expense.

Right now you have the opportunity to change things in your life, in your family's life, in your colleagues' life for the better. You have the opportunity to gain a ten-fold return on your investment in yourself.

Our horses, our skills, our support will awaken the archetype you. That's our promise. What you do with it - that's your choice.

Come for a 'no-risk' discovery day. Call for a chat - 01608 663 916 or 07595 824 390.

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