Unlock Superhuman Potential Using 4 Powerful Strategies
On Episode 329 of The No Limits Selling Podcast, we have Tammy Johnston and Michael Samuels. Tammy has been working with small businesses for over 20 years. She specializes in helping Solopreneurs as early in their journey as possible to teach them the basic, foundational skills they need to, first survive and then THRIVE!
Michael is an identity strategist whose heart has always been to help others find the EXTRA within their ordinary. He enables you to understand who you are by helping you know who you are. His specialties include life coaching, mentoring, workshops, seminars, public speaking, dream lifter, and being a spiritual architect.
In this episode both, Tammy and Michael share strategies to unlock superhuman potential for self recognition and personal growth.
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Michael Samuels: Introduced as "PD, the identity strategist." He believes everyone has a superhuman quality within them and aims to help people access and utilize it to become the best version of themselves.
Umar Hameed: Emphasizes that often, we are our own biggest enemies. He points out how it's easier to see greatness in others than in ourselves.
Tammy Johnston: Discusses how most cultures raise individuals to not "toot their own horn" and to always uplift others. This conditioning makes it challenging for people to recognize their own achievements and strengths. She emphasizes the importance of self-awareness and self-recognition for achieving superhuman potential.
Identity and Strategy
Michael Samuels: Talks about helping people find their identity and building a strategy around it. He mentions that earlier, there were clear blueprints for what a man should be, but now the lines are blurred. He assists people in identifying who they are and their purpose.
Umar Hameed: Asks Michael to define "strategy" and differentiate it from "tactics."
Michael Samuels: Defines strategy as a mental plan, while tactics are more hands-on, resembling a battle plan.
Self-Evaluation and Growth
Tammy Johnston: Advocates for conducting an "autopsy" after any task or event. This involves analyzing what worked, what didn't, and what one might want to try next time. She believes this process, especially when done in writing, can lead to rapid personal growth to achieve superhuman potential.
Michael Samuels: Agrees with Tammy and shares his personal experience with self-evaluation. He emphasizes the importance of focusing on one's strengths and successes to build upon them.
Questions & Answers
Who is Michael Samuels, and what does he believe in?
Michael Samuels, also known as "PD, the identity strategist," believes that everyone possesses a unique superhuman quality. He aims to guide individuals in accessing and harnessing this innate potential to become the best versions of themselves.
Why do people often see greatness in others but not in themselves?
Cultural conditioning plays a significant role. Many cultures teach individuals not to "toot their own horn" and to always uplift others. This makes it challenging for people to recognize and celebrate their own achievements and strengths.
What's the difference between strategy and tactics according to Michael Samuels?
Michael defines strategy as a mental plan that outlines the broader goals and vision. In contrast, tactics are the hands-on, actionable steps or the "battle plan" that help achieve the strategic objectives.
How can individuals recognize and build on their strengths?
Tammy Johnston suggests conducting a self "autopsy" after any task or event. This involves analyzing what worked, what didn't, and planning for future improvements. Regular self-evaluation, especially when documented, can lead to rapid personal growth.
Why is it essential to focus on successes rather than failures?
Focusing on successes and strengths provides positive reinforcement, motivating individuals to continue their growth journey. While it's crucial to acknowledge and learn from failures, an excessive focus on them can hinder progress and damage self-esteem.
How does cultural conditioning impact our self-perception?
Cultural conditioning often instills values that prioritize community over the individual. As a result, many grow up learning to celebrate others' achievements more than their own, leading to a skewed self-perception and underestimation of one's abilities.
How can one find their true identity and purpose?
Michael Samuels emphasizes the importance of introspection and seeking guidance. By understanding one's past conditioning and the societal blueprints they've been given, individuals can redefine their identity and discover their true purpose.
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