How to Become an Authority at Anything

Tom Morkes' 5 Pillars for Being Seen as an Authority

This is a guest post by Tom Morkes. Tom is one of the hosts of the upcoming Authority Super Summit, which I will be speaking at this week, along with dozens of other amazing online authorities. You can register here for FREE.

Having coached and mentored hundreds of entrepreneurs over the past four years, I’ve noticed a recurring pattern in high-profile professionals. The biggest and brightest business people excel in 5 foundational areas of business.I call them “The Five Pillars Authority.”

Tom Morkes on How to Become and Authority

Let’s review each of the five pillars and how to apply it to your business.

Pillar 1. Mindset

You wouldn’t build a house without preparing the foundation first, would you?

Of course not.

Similarly, you wouldn’t set out to build a profitable business without having a stable base to launch from. The FOUNDation for any business is the mindset of the FOUNDer (founder / foundation – get it?)

Like a house built on sand, a business led by a confused, uncertain, and weak founder will crumble.

3 Phrases You MUST Eliminate to Reach Your Full Potential

The Subtle Words that Limit Your Growth and Hold You Back

The words you say determine your attitude (how you feel) and your altitude (how much you will achieve). Are your words inspiring you and equipping you? Or are they limiting and crippling you? The good news is the choice is yours.

3 Phrases You MUST Eliminate to Reach Your Full Potential

I read an interesting proverb recently. It demonstrated clearly the power that our words have on our mindsets, our feelings, and our performance.

Blow on a spark and up it flares, spit on it and out it goes; both are the effects of your mouth.

Your words can light a fire or put it out.

Episode 092: Reaching Your Full Potential with Shannon Kaiser

Learning to Embrace Your Authentic Self

Are you living up to your full potential? If not, why aren’t you? Odds are, you have unknowingly developed habits that are actually holding you back. In today’s interview I talk with someone who has learned how to recognize, confront and overcome these damaging habits.

Shannon Kaiser Adventures for your soul

Today’s Topics

In today’s episode, our guest and I talk about:

  • Getting past our distractions
  • What is the “joy route”
  • The effect of limiting beliefs
  • Learning to love and accept yourself
  • The importance of self care

About Today’s Guest

Today’s guest is named one of the Top 100 Women to Watch in Wellness by Mind Body Green, and labeled a modern thought leader on the rise by Café Truth. She is an inspirational author, speaker, travel writer, and life coach who left her successful career in advertising to follow her heart and be a writer and the best selling author of Find Your Happy, Find Your Happy Daily Mantras, and the new book, Adventures For Your Soul: 21 Ways to Transform Your Habits and Reach Your Full Potential.

What Moving 13 Times in 14 Years Taught me About Belief Systems

How Limiting Beliefs Hold us Back and What to do About Them

The belief systems you have today are usually the result of events far in your past. They come from events you can’t remember, words you do, and people you wish you could forget. Little do we know that what happens to us today can have far-reaching implications later in life, for better or for worse.

What Moving 13 Times in 14 Years Taught me About Belief Systems

When I was fourteen years old, I moved. Imagine, an already volatile time in life…right before high school…and suddenly I was uprooted from my friends and my surroundings to move to a new town and go to a school at which I knew no one.

Episode 053: How to Make Sure Your Best is Yet to Come [PODCAST]

“Your best is yet to come.” You’ve certainly heard that before. Perhaps, like me, you’ve rolled your eyes at it when a well-meaning parent or friend said it.

How to Make Sure Your Best is Yet to Come

“There’s no way I’ll ever accomplish more than I have.”

“I’ll never build my business bigger than it was before the collapse.”

“This is the best job I’ll ever have.”

Have you ever said things like that to yourself?

You hold yourself back when you say things like that. Typically for one of three reasons.