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Become a High Performer
Nina Amir -- Best Transformation Coach Nina Amir -- Best Transformation Coach
San Jose, CA
Thursday, July 7, 2016

High performance is the key to a life lived fully and on purpose.

You may not realize it, but you want to become a high performer. High performers are masters of the six key areas known as the Pillars of High Performance. You can master them, too, and achieve heightened and sustained levels of energy, clarity, courage, productivity, and influence in all areas of your life—not just in business.

Isn't it time you leveled up personally and professionally? Of course, it is. Then you will have the ability to create the life of your dreams and fulfill your potential.

The six Pillars of High Performance are:

  1. Physiology
  2. Psychology
  3. Productivity
  4. Persuasion
  5. Presence
  6. Purpose

Build each pillar to become a high performer and master your life.

Pillar #1: Physiology

How you treat your body affects every area of your performance, including your ability to do your job, enjoy your relationships and hobbies, and live a long, healthy life. If you don't feel strong, energetic, and flexible, you won't have the stamina to succeed. High performers make exercise, healthy eating, and sleep priorities in their lives. Doing so will help you be your best personally and professionally.

Pillar #2: Psychology

Your mind provides a powerful tool—if you train it on the thoughts and beliefs that serve you. On the other hand, if your mind is filled with negative thoughts and limiting beliefs, you'll find it difficult to succeed. Mastering your psychology means getting clarity about how to use your mind to help you level up and achieve your potential. Learning to focus your mind when necessary also improves your relationships, productivity, abundance, and enjoyment of life.

Pillar #3: Productivity

Productivity is not just about churning out work. It's about having productive relationships, workouts, conversations, hobbies, and free time. Of course, the more productive you are at work—the more you get done in less time—the more time you have for the "other" things in your life. If you structure your time and handle priorities first and focus your attention on those priorities in the time you have, you gain the freedom to enjoy the other things you do when you aren't working. You'll also gain the ability to serve in a larger way.

Pillar #4: Persuasion

You can use your influence in positive ways. It's true that persuasion is necessary for selling or getting people to commit to something they may not want to do. However, when you serve as a positive role model, inspire others, or help people, you use your ability to persuade. You need persuasive skills when you negotiate, work with others, or teach, too. You need influence in many other situations as well, like with your children.

Pillar #5: Presence

Your ability to be present in any situation dictates your outcome or results. If you are not present with your children, friends, co-workers, or significant other, your relationships deteriorate. Become present—conscious, aware, interested, and focused in the moment—and all your results change for the better. Your relationships improve. You complete your work more efficiently and produce higher quality products. You get the most out of each day because you aren't living in the future or the past.

Pillar #6: Purpose

When you know your Big Why, your passion drives you forward to achieve your goals and dreams. High performers revolve all their actions and decisions around fulfilling their purpose. When you stay "on purpose," you move closer to achieving your goal every day. Plus, it's easier to perform necessary tasks when you know it's getting you closer to fulfilling your mission. When you feel called or compelled to take action, you do so. In the process, you fulfill your purpose and potential.

Time to rate yourself: On a scale of 1 to 10 (with 10 being the highest), how do score in these six areas of high performance? If you don't score a 10 in each area, it's time to build the six Pillars of High Performance!

I currently have room in my schedule for one new Certified High Performance Coaching Client. Make this the year you level up and achieve your personal and professional goals. Apply for a free one-hour Certified High Performance Coaching strategy session today to see if you are a good fit for my program. If so, let's build those pillars fast!

What is Certified High Performance Coaching?

Certified High Performance Coaching helps you learn how to find more clarity, energy, courage, productivity, and influence in your personal and professional lives. This allows you to become more present and "on purpose" and live and work fully.

High performance is the feeling of full engagement, joy and confidence that comes from consistently living from and into your full potential. High performance in your life is the result of heightened and sustained level of clarity, energy, courage, productivity, and influence. You experience these by mastering the six pillars of high performance.

Unlike peak performance coaching, Certified High Performance Coaching gives you the tools and strategies to level up, sustain that level, and then level up again...and again. Unlike life coaching, Certified High Performance Coaching is curriculum and result directed rather than client directed.

Each session is a combination of training and coaching related to the six pillars of high performance: physiology, psychology, productivity, presence, and purpose. There are 12 foundational sessions, which can be completed once a week or once every other week. Some clients choose to repeat these to gain more mastery while others go on to complete the second set of 12 sessions.

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Name: Nina Amir
Title: Inspiration to Creation Coach
Group: Pure Spirit Creations
Dateline: Placitas, NM United States
Direct Phone: 505-508-1025
Cell Phone: 408-499-1084
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