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New Blog Banner, New Approach

I am sure you’ve noticed I’ve changed the banner to reflect the fourth dimension of Mastery – Personal Mastery. The first two we launched were Business and Internet Mastery followed by Professional Mastery and now my personal blog will transform into the Personal Mastery Blog – with a focus on making sure you maintain a work/career-life balance without compromising your results and rewards.

That way you know exactly where to go for inspiration, ideas and insights.

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MachoSexual Takes Over The MetroSexual

Today’s post is funny but at the same time relevant to the turbulent times we live in. When the going gets tough, the tough get going – LITERALLY. They get going and growing. The article below is a tongue-in-cheek perspective, but shows you that we are ALL affected and adapting to the environment in different ways it appeared in this week’s BRW Magazine:

Machosexual takes over the metrosexual

Machosexual takes over the metrosexual

What have you stopped doing in the last few months? What have you started doing? Continue reading ‘MachoSexual Takes Over The MetroSexual’

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AntiMimetIcisoMorphism: Air New Zealand Staff Strips Down

Today’s example of an antimimeticisomorphic advertisement is an Air New Zealand commercial that has its actual staff stripped down and in full body paint to show they have the best prices with nothing to hide! Plus, they’re setting up a party flight from Los Angeles to Auckland to match up singles with a party upon departure and arrival…. PARTY!

If you’re new to this series of blog posts, search the blog to see othe examples of antimimeticisomorphism, it’s about doing out-of-the-ordinary things to get extra-ordinary results with the least amount of effort.

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Mind Games To Test Your Sensory Acuity

Recently, I was at Anthony Robbins‘ last Australian Date With Destiny Event on the Gold Coast – WOW. It’s sad to think it’s over. I knew this day would come and I’ve been telling people for the past ten years that it won’t last forever and once it’s gone, it’s gone… Anyway – one of the KEY SUCCESS principles Tony teaches is called Sensory Acuity.

Test yours now…

Quick, read the sentence out loud…

Dr Marc Dussault - Personal Mastery Blog

Dr Marc Dussault - Personal Mastery Blog

More than likely you said, “A bird in the bush,” and…….. if this IS what YOU said, then you failed to see
that the word THE is repeated twice!

Sorry, look again.

Need another test?

Count every ” F” in the following text:

FINISHED FILES ARE THE RESULT
OF YEARS OF SCIENTIFIC STUDY
COMBINED WITH THE
EXPERIENCE OF YEARS…

(SEE BELOW)
HOW MANY ?

Continue reading ‘Mind Games To Test Your Sensory Acuity’

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AntiMimeticIsoMorphism: A Physician’s Example

As part of my on-going series of lighthearted blog posts, the following is a list of comments a physician claimed are actual comments made by his patients (predominately male) while he was performing their colonoscopies:

1. ‘Take it easy, Doc. You’re boldly going where no man has gone before! Continue reading ‘AntiMimeticIsoMorphism: A Physician’s Example’

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Antimimeticisomorphism – Nature’s Example 7/7

This is the last of this incredible series of antimimeticisomorphic phenomena in nature. A circumhorizontal fire rainbow arc occurs at a rare confluence of right time and right place for the sun and certain clouds. Crystals within the clouds refract light into the various visible waves of the spectrum but only if they are arrayed correctly relative to the ground below. Due to the rarity with which all of these events happen in conjunction with one another, there are relatively few remarkable photos of this phenomena.

Antimimeticisomorphism - Nature's Example

Antimimeticisomorphism - Nature

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Antimimeticisomorphism – Nature’s Example 6/7

This is the second to last of the seven Natural Wonders of antimimeticisomorphism that occur without human intervention. True to their ominous appearance, mammatus clouds are often harbingers of a coming storm or other extreme weather system. Typically composed primarily of ice, they can extend for hundreds of miles in each direction and individual formations can remain visibly static for ten to fifteen minutes at a time. While they may appear foreboding they are merely the messengers – appearing around, before or even after severe weather.

Antimimeticisomorphism - Nature's Example

Antimimeticisomorphism - Nature

Looks like cellulite!

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Antimimeticisomorphism – Nature’s Example 5/7

This is the third to last in this series of Mother Nature’s antimimeticisomorphic behaviour… I can’t say I’ve seen any of these in Canada – While many see these apparently perfect ice circles as worthy of conspiracy theorizing, scientists generally accept that they are formed by eddies in the water that spin a sizable piece of ice in a circular motion. As a result of this rotation, other pieces of ice and flotsam wear relatively evenly at the edges of the ice until it slowly forms into an essentially ideal circle. Ice circles have been seen with diameters of over 500 feet and can also at times be found in clusters and groups at different sizes as shown above.

Antimimeticisomorphism - Nature's Example

Antimimeticisomorphism - Nature

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Date With Destiny

If you haven’t been to Anthony RobbinsDate With Destiny – you’ve missed out on a magical opportunity to well, create your ultimate destiny. The program format and content cannot be summarised in a blog post, but what I do what to share with you is one of the PIVOTAL exercises where you come up with your ‘Mission Statement’ that defines your Purpose in life.

My Date With Destiny Mission Statement:

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Antimimeticisomorphism – Nature’s Example 4/7

This is the fourth of seven occurences of antimimeticisomorphism that occur in nature. Just when you thought you’ve seen everything… Red tides are also known as algal blooms – sudden influxes of massive amounts of colored single-cell algae that can convert entire areas of an ocean or beach into a blood red color. While some of these can be relatively harmless, others can be harbingers of deadly toxins that cause the deaths of fish, birds and marine mammals. In some cases, even humans have been harmed by red tides though no human exposure are known to have been fatal. While they can be fatal, the constituent phytoplankton in ride tides are not harmful in small numbers.

Antimimeticisomorphism - Nature's Example #4

Antimimeticisomorphism - Nature

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