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Khuram Dhanani

Click, Click, Click

Some people are driven by an all-consuming fury, a relentless passion to perform and succeed. This may describe you, or a person you know. Usually, this urgency and desire to be successful is fueled by one of The 7 Clicking Points or sources of discontent that ignite an unrequited internal demand to perform at high levels to overcome a core disappointment in life. Often a person’s identity or ego is under duress and wrong must be righted, injustice corrected, an emptiness filled, and deep unhappiness amended.

Part 3 presents seven of the most common causes of distressed motivation that stem from a highly painful emotional event. The intention is to shed light on what may be a powerful motivator for you, identifying a source of constant agitation that is the sponsor of your beliefs, emotions, thoughts, and actions. Knowing that one or more of these seven clicking points is the cause of your unwavering drive toward success can be very helpful in understanding why you will stop at nothing to achieve your life’s goals.

Khuram Dhanani
Khuram Dhanani
Khuram Dhanani
kd@softstonecapital.com