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The Inner Game® Essentials in sales

The Inner Game® Essentials in sales
WHAT IS THIS?

We all have greater potential than we have shown. To reveal it, we must learn to deal with the phenomena of self-interference, such as self-doubt, fear of failure, or judgment of self. Tim Gallwey, considered the father of coaching, created a model that helps people reveal their potential. The Inner Game School has certified us to take this practice to more people.

The Inner Game® can be translated into a single equation: Performance equals one's potential minus interference (doubt, fear, and anxiety).

Performance = potential - interference

CHALLENGE

The Inner Game brings us the tools to achieve our goals effectively, reaching our true potential. When people can develop the ability to control their inner game, they maximize their performance as they reveal more of their natural abilities to do their job. Thus, the goal of the Inner Game is to reduce the interferences and to discover the pure potential of the individual.

Keeping the initiative of learning and change in the hands of the individual results in more positive changes, since the individual feels an active member of their development, gaining a greater understanding and appreciation for the process.

our solutions

The Inner Game methods are based on deep confidence and natural learning ability through experience. With this new method, success depends on the willingness of the individual to rely radically on himself and the other.

The Inner Game of Sales program has the following objectives:

Quote

The interior game player values the art of relaxed concentration above all other skills; he discovers a true basis for self-confidence; and he discovers that the secret to winning any game is not to try too hard. 

 Timothy Gallwey
Curiosity

This program was developed based on the book "The Inner Game of Tennis" by Timothy Gallwey, who sold millions of copies worldwide! It started out as a book about tennis, but people read it to improve their personal and professional lives.