I've been kicking around some ideas for how best to help people with the information in the People Smarts book, which will hopefully be getting a proper launch sometime late February / early March.
(By that I mean I'm paying a huge amount of money to an internet marketer to get the word out about the book, and I'm really hoping that's going to pay off!)
But in the meantime, here's where I'm up to, in trying to explain how having People Smarts can actually help people - like you, dear reader! - to start really liking and appreciating themselves way, way more.
Do you find it hard to just be yourself around other people? Do you feel anxious about letting other people down, or doing something ‘wrong’? Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to feel good about yourself in six weeks or less, so you can just be yourself in your relationships, enjoy being you and light up the world in the way that only you can do.
In a nutshell, I want to help people to like themselves way more, and stop thinking there is something 'wrong' with them, or some 'fatal flaw' that can never be fixed. None of us are perfect, and it's the work of 120 years to keep finding the bits of our personalities that need a bit of fixing, a bit of polishing.
But once you get the stress response out of the way, underneath all of us have so much potential, so much good to bring into the world - and a unique way of doing that, that no-one else can do!
That's really what the People Smarts system is all about - understanding ourselves, and working to really bring our innate 'good' out, whilst minimizing the overwhelming reaction to stress that keep taking us out, and bringing us down.
So what do you think? Does this speak to you? Any comments or feedback welcome, and watch this space, as very soon I'm going to be opening up the chance to grab some free 'How to Feel Good About Yourself' sessions.