Bill Lamond: Fulfillment-Based Thinking

By on March 11, 2011
Bill Lamond

Bill Lamond

Our March expert call is with my dear friend and mentor, Bill Lamond.

When I first met Bill Lamond at a presentation he gave in my community, I was captivated by the radiant light he emits, and knew that I’d be doing whatever he had to offer us, even before he opened his mouth to speak about it!

Bill Lamond is a futurist, a founding member of the personal coaching profession in the U.S., and a master personal coach.  As a former psychotherapist in private practice, Bill Lamond recognized that the problem most people had was that they were living lives that were too small to express all their gifts and talents and allow their real natural genius to be illuminated.

Bill Lamond also realized that many of the processes we use to develop our potential are 30, 40, even a hundred years old.

He created a new way to think based on genius and pleasure – a brand new way to process results in harmony with the way Nature itself develops us as children, that are faster, easier, and more pleasurable than anything we have used to date.

This new way to think and live, Bill Lamond says, is the way human beings will think when we finally give up the working harder and success-at-any-price model that most people use now and which is wreaking havoc on our personal and collective well-being.

I’ve spent just short of a year studying and learning to live “Fulfillment-Based Thinking” with Bill Lamond, and it’s been an essential element in the inner success and powerful mission and vision of Everyday Ayurveda.

I’m more turned on, more in love with my life and work, and more the man I want to be.

I think and create in ways that are original and that increase the fun I”m having, all the while producing the results I really want. (According to Bill Lamond, this is what everybody really wants.)

I’m THRILLED because Bill Lamond has agreed to offer an exclusive project JUST for Ayurvedic practitioners…and he’ll share the details on the call.

It’s my pleasure to share our March expert call to discuss this revolutionary approach to living and how it can help you create the life (and business) of your dreams.

(Fair warning…Being with Bill Lamond is like listening to a man who lives in the future that we all want. And the good news is that he is clear that it is available to all of us right now, so be prepared for a power surge and new visions of yourself to open!)

In Health and Joy,

Jacob

P.S. Please leave a comment with your thoughts, feelings, and insights and pass the love along!

About Jacob Griscom

Jacob Griscom is the President of Everyday Ayurveda and Director of the Grow Your Ayurvedic Business program, the leading program for Ayurveda practitioners to grow thriving professional Ayurveda practices.

4 Comments

  1. natalie@bodywisehealing.com'

    Natalie Schneck

    March 13, 2011 at 1:13 pm

    Thank you Bill and Jacob, this was a great talk! I sent it to a few of my friends and may play it for my students at massage therapy school.

  2. mulaunaku@yahoo.com'

    kinesiology

    March 22, 2011 at 11:57 am

    thanks for sharing…. i think Should you doing this frequently… its useful no matter who watch this video.

  3. awakengratitude@gmail.com'

    Hansraj Singh

    March 29, 2011 at 3:11 pm

    Thank you Jacob and Bill for sharing this fulfilling, heart opening message.
    It reminds me of a poster I saw at my doctor’s office that said,
    “Worrying manifests the things and events that we do Not want.”

    “Gratitude Attracts the Things and Events that we DO want.”

  4. laladavies@hotmail.co.uk'

    Jolanda Davies

    May 7, 2011 at 9:04 pm

    I finally got round to listening to Bill Lammonds talk……wow….I found him absolutely amazing. I felt inspired all the way from the start right through to the very end. I want energy like that, or rather, I want my energy like that (which I know I have!) to be at the forefront of my life and not just to appear when I feel I have all my current issues under control. Bill is my answer to what I have been searching for. Am I too late to speak with him on a call?

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