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Dennis Norton

“Imagine a person so valuable that a company would create a position to showcase his or her talents. This program is about becoming that person.”

Is it difficult for you to acknowledge your successes?

Dennis admired – at times even envied – the talents of others, but found it uncomfortable to celebrate his own.

Dennis’ Story

I didn’t know what to expect. I had enjoyed an introduction to heartspark’s success patterning process a few years earlier and found it to be insightful and thought provoking. I was interested in continuing that type of work. I knew it would be of value.

I still marvel at how others could see my success patterns at work when I was so blind to them. Because I have such a big blind spot with regard to my patterns, it’s important to keep them in the forefront and try to look for things that affirm my successes. That’s something we all must do for ourselves, but life offers so many distractions that I don’t do it nearly enough on my own. The Ignition series showed me how to do this on an ongoing basis. In addition, when I got into the habit of seeing the best in others then I became a believer in myself.

Value That Lasts: An update from Dennis

It’s been over a year and I can honestly say the Ignition series has forever shifted the way I see myself and the world. I didn’t change careers or make any big splashy transitions; instead I have a heightened awareness of myself and what’s important. I now know the value of what I bring to the table in every situation. I realized how custom-made I am for the position I’m in. Imagine a person so valuable that a company would create a position to showcase his or her talents. This program is about becoming that person.

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