STRUCTURE: THE OVERLOOKED KEY TO SUCCESS
A rocking chair is a fine structure in which to relax
But not so good for going places. Its structure—how the pieces and parts are arranged—limits the energy you put into to flowing back and forth.
In contrast, bicycles are structured to go where you want to go. Energy put into them takes you someplace.
You can hire coaches, read books, listen to podcasts, watch videos, attend workshops, and “solve problems” until the cows come home, but, if the structure in which you act does not guide your energy and actions toward real and lasting results, your efforts will likely be in vain.
“When Bruce first talked about “structure,” I cringed. I didn’t want to force myself into a mold. But, no! He meant a framework to organize my actions so I persisted toward results. Using the “creating structure,” I became a better photographer and am creating myself a focused and rewarding life that supports my art. And I’m getting paid!”S.D. Jones, Photographer, Victoria, BC
As an artist, I knew structure was important, but had not applied that insight to my own life. The life design framework made doing so easy and effective.Rod Sturgeon, Filmmaker, Los Angeles, CA
Change Your Structure; Change Your Life
My Life Design Framework can greatly up your chances of creating what most matters to you—in spite of problems and other obstacles.
This elegant organizing framework for energizes, empowers, and guides your actions, as you move from where you are to where you want to be—and enjoy the results.
“Shifting from problem-solving to creating was key—personally, artistically, and financially. Bruce’s “life design framework” and caring personal coaching made it all much easier.”E.H. Smythe—Writer, Editor, Calgary, AB
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Ed’s Success Story: “The Structure of Success,” tells how a client rose above failed problem-solving to create results he’d consistently failed at.
“This highly praised and well-written book shows how to shift focus and energy from getting rid of what you don’t like and don’t want to creating – bringing into being – what you truly do want. Bruce Elkin provides the skills and structure to create rich, yet simple and flourishing lives, work, and businesses – with whatever you have to work with. He provides a template for engaging the world with wonder and enthusiasm, and changing your inner language from “can’t” to “can.”
Rey Carr, Editor, “Peer Bulletin,” www.peer.ca