237 thoughts on “#075 DFQ

  1. My reward will be a new marketing document for branding me and as a consequence new clients seeking my skills. I will also have some friends from my choir over for dinner! Great food and great friends.

  2. take some time out to think about how all the things that I have learnt over the last couple of weeks can be harnessed in my life.

  3. A personal sense of satisfaction and achievement in the short term. My reward might be doing another step of the program.

  4. My motivation to enroll in this course was to add value professionaly, but this kind of high level thinking knowledge and skills will help me for a lifetime, that’s a big reward!

  5. The reward I gonna give to myself for finishing SOT lessons is a continuous practice of the principles that I learned starting from this very moment and continuing till end of my life on earth 🙂
    2nd reward that I think I deserve after this persistent hard work will be: drink a full cup of red wine with a close friend tonight and said cheers! 🙂

  6. I would like to reward myself with more training. This is, as mentioned, just the beginning, & I have proven (at least to myself) that I can do this & much more. The growth needs to continue; I need to improve.
    As someone once told me (apparently a Polish proverb), we spend a lifetime learning & then die stupid.

  7. A sense of having learned something worthwhile. Your book, Michael, which you offered to us, I’m currently reading – it will help me in my business I believe.

    Interestingly, I read or partly read the newsell concept quite some years ago and I wasn’t ready for it then, but I am now.

    Thank you for making SOT available to us.

    Regards
    Paul Herring

  8. I will reward myself by implementing a 100 days plan to review daily the lessons of SDNT, CVS2BVS, QRH, PRR, and to record the daily events and circumstances that I faced where I have benefited from applying the lessons of SDNT, CVS2BVS, QRH, PRR. They will be my personal case studies.

    Recently, I suffered some losses due to the fact that I have not enough PRR of the knowledge that I have acquired (knowledge is only surface deep and has not become part of my instinct). I applied CVS2BVS to minimize my losses by working out a plan and initiating a SDNT. The lessons learned from this negative experience has motivated me pursue the personal goal of QRH.

  9. What reward will you give yourself for finishing this series of SOT lessons?

    The reward of starting over this course. This time using my notes that I took along the way.
    The reward of declaration publicly that finishing this course is merely obtaining an awareness of a school of thinking that has merits and worth investing in further to move towards internalization of the subject or incorporating it into other school of thoughts that I am also leaning.

  10. Bubble Tea 🙂

    Also, I’m looking forward to the certificate at the end of the 50 lessons!

    This information is a helpful reminder that it is more effective to work towards a reward than away from things you don’t want.

  11. The learning in itself a reward. Looking forward to further learning and attaining masters 🙂

  12. I’ll probably share this information with my husband and close friends. Why should I give myself any rewards for this?! The reward is the very information and I shall get back to it again and again… I shall gladly learn and improve my thinking skills. Thank you for this opportunity!!!

  13. My reward: I would admit that few people try to do something about their thinking and I am proud to be among them.

  14. My reward will be to put into real life practise all of codes that we have learnt on this journey. I want to ensure these become everyday tools that everyone in my business will use, will be encouraged to use, and encourage others to use.

  15. I intent on rewarding myself with opportunities to use the skills I have worked on with the SOT course. I will look for ways I can utilise the skills and work on improving these skills to bring more reward 🙂

  16. Certainly being able to use these skills in my life is a good reward for completing this training, but hey an extra chocolate biscuit with my afternoon cuppa will taste just that little bit sweeter. 🙂

  17. I will not be giving myself any sort of physical rewards but to me it is something better, it is the feeling of satisfaction and completion and the thought that I will now be able to approach certain things with my new skills.

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