How to reach our full potential – with Unashamedly Superhuman author Jim Steele

How to reach our full potential – with Unashamedly Superhuman author Jim Steele

by Suswati Basu
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Growth is a natural part of human evolution, and the desire of most people is to expand in awareness as well as achievement, which is something we discuss with Jim Steele, author of Unashamedly Superhuman, who talks about how to reach our full potential. As a human being we grow through distress, boredom and a need to solve the issues that we are facing. You may want to take matters into your own hands and do what is needed in order to reach your highest potential. 

Reaching your full potential is a journey that requires self-awareness, dedication, and continuous effort. Here are some steps and strategies to help you move toward your full potential:

  1. Set clear goals.
  2. Identify your strengths and weaknesses.
  3. Continuously learn and grow.
  4. Embrace a growth mindset.
  5. Take calculated risks.
  6. Surround yourself with positive influences.
  7. Practice resilience.
  8. Manage your time effectively.
  9. Seek feedback.
  10. Take care of your physical and mental health.
  11. Visualise success.
  12. Stay persistent and patient.
  13. Embrace failures and setbacks.
  14. Seek mentors or role models.

Remember that reaching your full potential is a personal and individual process. It’s essential to define success on your terms and not compare yourself to others. Stay true to your values, be authentic, and keep striving to become the best version of yourself.

So how do we reach our superhuman potential?

Thanks to the following guests for participating:

Jim Steele is a business speaker, executive coach, leadership facilitator, and one of the world’s top business performance pioneers. Having gained experience at various levels of the organisational ladder, Steele understands the wide variety of challenges people face at every level in any business and has been doing so for the past two decades. He has dedicated his career to finding practical and achievable solutions to these challenges.

Drawing from cutting‐edge neuroscientific research, Steele is always seeking new solutions for the ever‐evolving challenges in today’s fast‐paced business world. He has a particular passion for combining high performance with well‐being, the basis of the Unashamedly Superhuman book.

Amy Clark, founder and executive coach at Growth Minded Leadership Group.

Andrew Marsh spends every day assisting people in finding their superpowers to excel in business.

Diana R. Patton, founder at Diana R. Patton Consulting.

Iman Gatti is a certified grief recovery specialist, transformational speaker and bestselling author.

Adam Balogh is a mystic.

Jamie Sea is an author, thought leader and a wealth expansion coach. You can follow Jamie on Instagram @prettylittleombre and @mamawhomanifests

Empowerment coach Jean-Pierre Claude.

Julianna Whitlow, a spiritual mentor, death priestess, and the CEO of A Clair Mindset.

Kunal Sawhney, CEO at Kalkine Group.

Una Doyle, a business strategist and impact coach for SMEs at CreativeFlow.TV, and the host of the She Leads Business Podcast.

Martin Sharp is a multi-award winning international consultant, fitness coach, speaker and author and founder of Sharp Fit For Life.

Moses Nalocca is also an international speaker, peak-performance coach and representative for Tony Robbins and Success Resources in Bulgaria.

Transformative coach Myra Mchale.

Executive coach and change consultant Sara Sheehan.

Rabbi Yonason Goldson, the host of the podcast Grappling with the Gray, and author of the book of the same name.

Here are some of the resources from the show:

Author Deepak Chopra discusses his book METAHUMAN, the experience of transcendence, and techniques for achieving self awareness.

Books looked at this week:

Jim Steele: Unashamedly Superhuman: Harness Your Inner Power and Achieve Your Greatest Professional and Personal Goals

Deepak Chopra, M.D: Metahuman: Unleashing Your Infinite Potential

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