Tuesday, September 15, 2009

What do Randy Gage's eyes say?

What do Randy Gage's eyes say?Oh...lots....


I wouldn't mind going to one of his presentation every weekend,what an experience.If you do have a chance to listen to Randy do not miss the opportunity!

Just back from a phenomenal workshop in Florida with Randy Gage..Workshop on Social Media and in my case also refining my speaking skills(lots to learn from one of my favorite people).
One of the things I like about the man and I'm working myself on polishing for my platform speaking is ability to make great points with humor and fun sarcasm(being born in Transylvania I appreciate and relate to his sarcasm probably even more than most people) in my opinion one gets a lesson in prosperity,self awareness,self image with every phrase.

I think Randy's approach works so well because people like to learn but they don't like to be taught....



My Mind has been analyzing every part of the 3 hours......Quite a few lessons I learned I have to say, and I'll share some of them with you.

So, "The Man" walked in, and you knew he did....actually you felt he did.He brought with himself the energy that totalled and surpassed the energy of all the people in the room (I'm very much a feel people's energy kind of person)then once he walked in the very next thing I noticed ware his eyes.One of his powerful assets are definitely his eyes....of course he has plenty others but you meet his eyes first.

If you have ever been to a presentation by the"Jedi Knight" for sure you have learned that everything he said he confirmed with the intensity in his eyes and backed it up with the wisdom that resides behind them.

So,what did I read in Randy's eyes that I think every entrepreneur or leader needs to know?

First word that comes to mind to describe Randy's eyes is "SINCERITY" a lot of honesty and warmth in this man's eyes and I believe that is the foundation to becoming a great Leader.
If you are a Leader of a team YOU HAVE TO KNOW that the people you are leading are afraid (everybody is afraid of something) and communicating trust and helping them believe in themselves is essential for your business and it all starts in YOUR eyes....

Randy looks at you with his heart and soul there's no room for doubt and even more than that I felt his willingness to be vulnerable so he can help everyone around him feel comfortable and open minded.

I promise you only a great human being will allow himself to be vulnerable so he can help other people grow at a deeper level.It does require a special person....and that he is.


So what do you see in Randy's eyes?

Cary Grant once said : I acted like Cary Grant for so long I became him....

Please share what did you see in Randy's behaviour that you think is worth copying?Or what did you hear him say he does that is worth doing and you know it will shorten our road to success in any area of our life?
I can't stress enough how important it is to copy behaviour of successful people.To do what they do.

And just because you stoped by I'll give you one more piece of the Randy Gage's puzzle that I KNOW is worth applying to your life and that will get you to wherever you are going much sooner and that is....DISCIPLINE.

P.S. Randy this is my way of thanking you for a wonderful experience.My respect toward you grew exponentially.....And how does that go again?Mad love to you or something like that??

Would love to hear about your Randy Gage experience.

May only good come your way.
Lorena

3 comments:

  1. Wow, I am very honored by the kind words! And glad you were able to come down for the event and meet you in person.

    -RG

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  2. Hi Lorena,
    Here you are again, promoting an other person.

    How cool is it, the RG, himself comes to your blog and thank you for your kind words.

    I'm sorry I don't have any experience with RG. I think I once saw a video of him.

    Greetings,
    DeanaMartina (following you on twitter).

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  3. Very thoughtfull post on prosperity .It should be very much helpfull.

    Thanks,
    Karim - Creating Power

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