Unique insights based on unique experiences from Allan Heyl, the only survivor of the notorious so-called Stander gang!
Treat yourself and your staff to either “Dare to dream the Impossible” or “Choices and Decisions,” probably the two most inspiring and memorable talks you are ever likely to hear.
“DARE TO DREAM THE IMPOSSIBLE”
Share with Allan the profound lessons he learned on his incredible journey down a slippery slope of moral deprivation that culminated in him serving more than 27 years in prison both here in South Africa and the U.K. for a string of bank heists and a prison escape and from which, realistically, he should never have emerged. Hear first-hand how a poor self-image undermines our thought processes and how dangerously and easily a cycle of negative thinking can entrap us in a debilitating spiral of moral degeneration.
His story is overwhelmingly one of hope and ultimate redemption; let him share with you the amazing techniques that empowered him to understand the dynamics of choice and how he overcame his negative, self-destructive thought processes which ultimately enabled him to affirm that “freedom of choice” is a reality and that by daring to dream the impossible, he survived what should have been the un-survivable! This incredible story, ultimately, is not about Allan Heyl. Rather, it is testimony to the amazing spirit and resilience inherent in us all; let Allan help you unlock it. Bring REAL value to your organization!
- What emotional prison are you trapped in?
- Confront your demons: overcome anything
- Achieve your full potential by using the power of repeated words and thoughts
- Dealing with regrets
- Beware “the slippery slope”
- The power of the collective consciousness
- Overcome stress and depression!!!!!
“CHOICES AND DECISIONS”
When economies are in a very healthy condition, then even mediocre salespeople flourish. They simply “go with the flow,” taking orders as never before on the crest of a seemingly endless wave of growth, optimism and readily available capital. However, when economies recede, then so do the mediocre…. within negative, self-destructive emotional prisons of their own creation by allowing others’ “gloom and doom” to become their reality and so easily and conveniently blaming their failure and wretchedness on “market conditions.”
Why and how, then, do the superstars of selling continue to flourish during the so-called “tough times?” Is it simply a case of “when the going gets tough the tough get going?” And what is the definition of “tough” as a character trait? What sets them apart from the mediocre?
It is a simple fact that if you are unhappy with yourself, you will be unhappy with everything in life and you will therefore identify with, and relate to everything in a manner that is compatible with your wretchedness. Happiness is not dependant upon an outside source, it comes from within. The superstar is happy with himself and therefore with the world and life in general. He considers himself worthy and deserving and therefore acts accordingly. He is keenly aware that even when economies recede, PRODUCTS ARE STILL BEING SOLD!!! He is not obsessed with “issues” that blur his keenly visualised dreams and goals. The mediocre cannot have a worthy goal because he does not acknowledge himself to be worthy and deserving and besides, his “issues” prevents him from being able to focus on anything except the turmoil within.
Why are some of us ever-optimistic superstars and why are most of us negative, self-destructive and therefore mediocre?
A healthy self-worth is what creates a healthy self-respect and of course the opposite is true. Your values, attitudes, choices and decisions will always be a reflection of your sense and inherent knowledge of self.
Learn how and why some of us are blessed with a healthy self-worth and why most of us have a self-worth which, in varying degrees, is less or far less than healthy. The very good news is that self-worth is not etched in stone. Once an unhealthy self-worth is recognised and it’s origins understood, it is simply a case of applying very simple techniques to change a worthless and self-destructive attitude.
Become worthy and deserving in your outlook toward yourself and worthy and deserving goals will follow. Once you are happy with yourself you can start attracting to yourself whatever you consider yourself worthy and deserving of. Money can never bring you happiness, but “Happiness can bring you money.” D.Chopra.
Once you have dealt with the negative self-worth issues in your life, you will be in a position to reach the ultimate self-empowerment, which is that – Happiness is a CHOICE!! Success is a DECISION!!