Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Book Nook: Meant for More - Stop Secretly Struggling and Become a Force to Be Reckoned With

The market is saturated with self-help books, and personal and professional development programs. But look around. Only about 2 to 5 percent of our population is achieving extraordinary success. Why?

One explanation, suggests author Mia Hewett, is because we’re actually trying to solve the wrong problems.

Meant for More: Stop Secretly Struggling and Become a Force to Be Reckoned With offers a blueprint to help you confidently create your own reality by accessing your innate power, shifting your self-image, and clearing the misconceptions or misunderstandings that have been getting in your way. You will learn how to reach your highest potential by:
  • Understanding the exact science of how to take your dreams and turn them into reality.
  • Knowing how to stop being a prisoner of your mental chatter and to finally use your mind for what it really is: A powerful tool.
  • Eliminating tons of stress by learning how to make accurate decisions easily and consistently.
  • Gaining a blueprint for powerful and meaningful relationships — both business and personal.
  • Knowing how to move beyond fears, anxieties and limitations.
  • Knowing how to feel fulfilled, happy and in harmony with your aspirations.
  • Learning what it takes to have what you think, what you say, how you feel and what you do, all in alignment.

Written for those who’ve always felt as if they were meant for something greater, but just didn’t know how to get there, Meant for More aims to help readers unlock their full potential so they can thrive spiritually, mentally, emotionally and physically, and achieve the results they’ve always dreamed of.

I had a chance to interview the author to learn more.

Why do self-help books not produce the success people expect?
The problem with reading self-help books is that the problem we think we have is never the real problem, yet we are reading the book through the lenses and framework we think the problem is in but the real problem is actually in our blind post. This is why our problems remain a problem when in Truth, all problems have a solution.
For example, I recently had a mompreneur hire me to support her to get to her next level in business. She wanted to build a cohesive team, making $120K a year, making a difference in the lives of women.
She felt the problem was time management.
But after a thorough analysis her real problem is that she felt she had to control things because she doesn’t trust people, so she did not have the mindset, skillset or habits along with the systems or process on how to set her team up for success, how to grow and cultivate a high-performance team that would take ownership, have accountability, and uses measures to be successful.
So she would end up doing everything herself, which left her overwhelmed, and burnt out causing her to feel frustrated with people, only to get to a certain point and then pull back, disappear and go into a tailspin for a month. Once I healed her underlying cause of why she does not trust people, she was able to then learn how to think, develop her skills with people and build a very successful team in less than 2 months.

Why do we need to identify our own blind spots and how we create our own limits?
Because we can’t see what we can’t see, and we don’t know what we don’t know. Until we have someone who is an expert support us it is just more of the same, trying to guess at what the problem is only to feel like a failure when it does not work, and then self-criticize. This has us stuck, stopped, and struggling inside a self-sabotaging loop. A sort of Chinese Handcuffs that we put on ourselves and are then blind to it. 

What is the real way to end struggles with time management? 
The majority of all time management problems have nothing to do with time, and everything to do with not being Clear on our priorities. Once we are clear on what our priorities are, then it is all about blocking off the appropriate time to achieve them by using a timer to achieve deadlines. Meaning, if we allow our mind time without deadlines we will overthink everything to take more time. When we add a timer and a deadline we know we do not have time to over think so we tend to prioritize our time to achieve it the fastest way possible.

Can you explain a little bit about Aligned Intelligence?
Sure. Aligned Intelligence™ is a methodology I created when nothing else worked for me. Most personal development and business coaches work with the symptoms of the person. Aligned Intelligence™ is a holistic approach to business and life by addressing the root causes that are keeping people stuck, stopped and struggling by removing all their blind spots, fear, anxiety and self-doubt which all owe them to make accurate decisions, regain their confidence, self-trust and maximize their results.

For a limited time, readers can download Meant for More absolutely free from Mia’s website:

Author Mia Hewett is a human potential expert. She has co-owned and operated a seven-figure business, is an international speaker, and a world-class business coach. Mia is the founder of Aligned Intelligence™ or A.I.M., a methodology that removes all blind spots, fear, anxiety and self-doubt to have you feel empowered, make accurate decisions and work smarter — not harder — to maximize your results and live your potential.
Mia’s method is for those wanting to achieve self-mastery. Mia’s most significant source of pain was knowing she was meant for more, yet not understanding why she kept secretly struggling to achieve it. Mia’s excited to let you in on what successful people know that they often cannot explain by helping you bridge the spiritual or conceptual awareness to a practical understanding in a way that makes it easy for you to implement.Now she lives an incredible life, living her life’s purpose and doing what she’s most passionate about, and you can too! Mia has run all five major world marathons and currently lives in Boston and Florida with her partner, Michael, and their French bulldog, Buddha.

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