The Psychology of Success Diploma Course talks of everything that successful people have learned in order to get where they are. It also talks about success itself and explores why society, may have different ideas of what you need in order to be truly happy.
You will learn how to find success in your own life, along with how to set yourself up as a coach, and help others identify, work towards and achieving their own potential.
What is different about successful people, who seem to manage to succeed in everything that they do, whilst others struggle and eventually give up? Successful people have learned certain habits and have an approach that propels them forward to get to their own perfect place, life or environment.
The Psychology of Success Diploma Course starts by looking at the definition of success and how this is different for each individual. The course then looks at how society conditions us to think of success, along with how to break the hold that this conditioning has on us.
Students will learn the neuroscience involved with the thinking patterns of both success and self-sabotage. The biology of the brain and the predominant thinking patterns can affect or even change it for the better are discussed. It is the behaviours that stem from problematic thinking that are the biggest saboteurs to success, with relationship problems, insecurity, lack of self-belief, lack of general motivation and even procrastination being areas that, once understood, can be overcome and allow successful thinking to emerge.
The course talks about how to truly understand the thought processes and damaging learning experiences that have been stored within the mind and how to differentiate these from our true personality. A major stumbling block against success is self-limitation. You will learn how to separate yourself into different areas and gain a true understanding of yourself and how capable you are.
The course explores the mindset and personality aspects of human beings. We discuss traits of people who succeed in achieving their dreams and we also take a look at some people that tried hard, sometimes for many years, before their success really took hold in their lives.
Looking at the way you look at the world is directly related to your mindset but also to your consciousness as a whole. We show you some tried and tested success habits that can be practised in your own life.
Having learnt about the Psychology of Success for yourself, the final module explains how to pass this knowledge onto others, to help them find their personal success, by becoming a success coach.