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Being “in-flow”

Ever had the experience of listening to a speaker and getting all excited about a topic – such as how to fulfill your potential – only to quickly get disillusioned when they stop short of sharing the ‘magic formula’ of how to achieve the goal?

I’ve just spent 37 minutes listening to a podcast all about being ‘in-flow’. It spoke at length about what the concept meant, the extensive research conducted in this space, and the incredible possibilities and benefits awaiting all of us if we could each just live our lives more ‘in-flow’. Not once did they mention HOW to actually achieve this stage or help anyone understand what it might look like for them, or shed any light on how they could tell the difference between the way they’re doing things now and the desired being ‘in-flow’.

For me, the answer to the HOW is simple: uncover your Instinctive Drives®. Your I.D.™ will define what ‘in-flow’ looks like for you, or as I and many others call it, being ‘in-stride’. Your I.D. defines your innate, natural and best way of operating, and your natural strengths and talents. It also describes exactly what you need to engage those strengths and talents – they very key to your motivation and operating at your best. The I.D. provides you with a life-long ‘personal success code, so nothing needs to be left to chance! Imagine the difference it would make if, when a baby was born, the parents received an instruction manual explaining how to raise that child so they can always be at their best and most fulfilled. It would mean they would understand the innate, hard-wired component of their child’s make-up – their natural Instinctive Drives. Well, of course, that instruction manual doesn’t exist , but from around high school age on, it is possible for anyone to complete the I.D. Questionnaire to find out what being ‘in-stride’ or ‘in-flow’ looks like.

Get in touch today to find out how easy it is to uncover your Instinctive Drives, and find strategies to get ‘in-stride’ faster, unlock further potential even if things are going well, and discover how to quickly get back on track when things get more challenging.