The Invisible War Against Speed Reading

When I found out, at the end of the last decade, how some people tend to use Facebook, I said: “Facebook is a personal branding tool that looks like a weapon. In the hands of a professional, it can have some pretty spectacular results. But, instead, a novice can shoot himself or herself with it.”… Read More The Invisible War Against Speed Reading

“The Confidence to Clients Method for Female Coaches and Online Entrepreneurs” by Lisa Marie Pepe. Review by Marcus Victor Grant

This is an extensive review of an internet marketing program in which I have participated. In it, I will not dwell upon other programs offered by Lisa Marie Pepe or others. By reading it, you will have the following: what are some of my professional opinions, as a (1) marketer and (2) trainer over the… Read More “The Confidence to Clients Method for Female Coaches and Online Entrepreneurs” by Lisa Marie Pepe. Review by Marcus Victor Grant

On the Reference System and Perspectives

Reality is structured into dimensions. Each person perceives as much as their vision does. The perspective represents the angle of viewing a particular object (problem, situation, person, concept, etc.) from a specific dimension, positioned in a certain way concerning the other dimensions. Myopic perspective is a frequent mistake, directly proportional to groupthink. It involves looking… Read More On the Reference System and Perspectives

The Difference Between Image and Identity and How They Matter in Positioning

What’s the difference between image and identity in personal branding? Starting from the positioning that NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) should take to differentiate from psychology, as soon as an NLP specialist directly competes with a psychologist positioning himself as a psychologist but offering NLP services, this is not just a disservice made to himself or to his clients that he misleads,… Read More The Difference Between Image and Identity and How They Matter in Positioning

Meta-types

  Motto: “Personality is not who we are but what we do.” L. Michael Hall   Definition Hall & Bodenhamer (2005) and Woodmall (1988) are still considering between metaprograms and Jung’s classical concepts: Sensing / Intuition (metaprogram no. 2, Epistemological), introversion/extraversion (metaprogram no. 26, Rejuvenation), judging/perceiving (metaprogram no. 37, adaption), which according to the correspondence analyses… Read More Meta-types

10 Things I Do Not Think Are Important for One’s Success in Life. Part I.

Every January much is written about personal development and meeting one’s goals: what to do, how to do it, and how to color your lists of resolutions. After two months of the year, everyone has returned to their senses: those who have written down resolutions to forget them have returned to their favorite activities, and… Read More 10 Things I Do Not Think Are Important for One’s Success in Life. Part I.

The Entitlement in Business Article Series

30 Mind Traps That Freelancing and Entrepreneurial Marketing and Sales Professionals Believe They Are Entitled To. Find Out Now the Truths That Will Set You Free! or 30 Myths of the Quality Convinced Salesman And the Truths That Will Set You Free. 7 posts series+1 bonus By Marcus Victor Grant AnalyticVision.wordpress.com, June-September 2020 Get Over… Read More The Entitlement in Business Article Series

Real, Sustainable Change Is Difficult

Real, sustainable change is difficult. Do you dare develop personally outside your comfort zone? Well, it’s also hard for me; it’s hard for everyone, and that’s why it matters. Everyone who wins by imposing a superiority complex cannot win forever. Competitive thinking about others (“how to show that I’m smarter, stronger, greater than others”) always… Read More Real, Sustainable Change Is Difficult