Raise The Bar



You don’t have to be Charles Dickens to have great expectations.

Raise the bar and set higher expectations!  Sounds  easy?  It is.  Raising expectations is not about increasing workload, it is about setting higher expectations to increase results. Where to begin? That’s easy, too. Start by raising the bar on yourself.  The results will be amazing.  Provided YOU stick to it.  Apply the principle of transfer of training to every area in your life.  Teach in order to transfer.  You will be surprised at what you can do.

I remember my parents exhorting me to apply everything I learnt to all areas in life.  Once mastered,  it is easy to Raise The Bar.  The goals of learning cannot be achieved unless transfer occurs.  This includes a very high standard of ethics.  Ethics are supposed to provide us with “moral principles” or universal rules that tell us what to do.  Ethical living is the philosophy of making decisions for daily life which take into account ethics and moral values particularly with regard to consumerism, sustainability, environmentalism, wildlife and animal welfare.  It is all about making small lifestyle changes  which could raise the bar.

Most people can and will rise to a greater challenge.   It’s all about communication and raising your own standards.    At the heart of which is the community.  When the people around you observe what you are doing they generally follow suit.  Those who don’t or won’t DO NOT matter.   Believe me you can apply this to anything and everything around you.

You never know how far you can reach until you stretch.

Support the continued growth and development of the team, provide them the support and self-confidence to stretch, and challenge them to try new things.  Most of the time will power is more important than the skill one may possess.   It forces  one to focus on the highest priorities.    Again this comes about only because of transfer of learning and training.   And practice.  You have to practice, practice, practice… every single day until it becomes a part of you.    It is pretty amazing how this principle can be applied to everything in life , be it honing your culinary skills, gardening, business, at the work place, weight loss, dexterity, music, maths, education, sports, business, health and much more.   It all depends on YOU and how willing you are to Raise The Bar.

As for me, I have used it to lose weight, improve my health and culinary skills, and educate myself in diverse fields.

When you have a mentor who raised the bar for you, it makes things so much easier.



This is a great gift to receive. Perhaps it’s time to give it.  Raising the bar begins with you!   Act like Charles Dickens and set great expectations.  For YOURSELF!

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