Woody Woodward dropped out of high school at age 16, was a millionaire by 26 and flat broke by age 27. After clawing his way out of financial ruin, he built four different multi-million dollar companies before he turned 40. Through overcoming this adversity, Mr. Woodward has become a bestselling author of forty-one books about turning tragedy into triumph. He has shared his cutting-edge techniques on ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX and Forbes. As a perpetual entrepreneur and product developer he studied the influence of relationships in regards to buying habits, decision making, and product loyalty. He used this information to create D.R.I.V.E.
In D.R.I.V.E. for Development, self-made entrepreneur, Woody Woodward, connects with a small audience and outlines how to understand D.R.I.V.E. and how to use it to change your own life and improve your personal and business relationships, plans, conversations and actions. Before you build your empire, make sure the most crucial component of your business is running smoothly and able to handle stress; that component is you. In this course, you will learn how D.R.I.V.E influences everything from your outward appearance and your habits, all the way to your inner thoughts and decisions.
Find out what you already know and what you can still learn from this course.
Instructor Woody Woodward introduces himself and what you will need to succeed in this course.
The instructor breaks down what a belief system is and how you can take the first steps in changing yours for the better.
Woody cover the tips and tricks of changing your belief system with the acronym S.E.E.D.S.
Woody shares how he learns how to be successful through others and also introduces the D.R.I.V.E. system.
A look into each of the five D.R.I.V.E. types as well as the important qualities that make up each one.
This segment examines each D.R.I.V.E. type, as well as how each one gets their “fuel” to pursue their goals.
How does your secondary drive impact your personal relationships? A few audience members also share their perspective of how they feel it has affected them.
Secondary drives affect your business relationships as well. Woody shares with the audience a few celebrity examples, and how their D.R.I.V.E. has impacted their business decisions.
Where does most of your stress, fear and anxiety come from? Woody breaks down how each of these feelings are created by your secondary D.R.I.V.E.
The instructor compares both validation types to show the studio audience which one has a positive impact on your D.R.I.V.E.
Each D.R.I.V.E. type both has their weakness (their Kryptonite), and their superpowers. Woody shows you how to avoid the Kryptonite while utilizing your superpowers.
The instructor demonstrates the impact re-association has, not just on our relationships, but the decisions we make as well.
Woody explains different ways each of us can channel our internal energy and inspiration to use it to fuel our DRIVE.
How can you “hack” your mindset to think differently? In this clip, you will learn some valuable insights from Woody on how to do just that.
The instructor shares a story that demonstrates how important labels are to the way we see ourselves.
Woody explains what happens in our mind when we feel fear and how to combat it.
The instructor shares a personal story of how he was able to overcome a difficult situation by having confidence.
Woody shares some personal moments that have had a tremendous impact on his life and how he worked through them.
Audience members tell their own stories about situations that have affected them.
Sometimes you feel so many emotions that you feel as though you’re not normal. Woody reassures the audience that this is a perfectly normal behavior that is shared by all humans.
The instructor explains how you can build up your skillset to work for you.
Woody shares some insider tips on how you can connect with people quickly and build bonds that will last a lifetime.
This clip details what habits are and how your brain uses them in day-to-day life.
Sometimes we have bad habits. How can you change them into good habits? Woody examines some solutions needed to break bad habits.
What is the difference between critical and creative thinking? This segment compares the two and how you can utilize them as an entrepreneur.
An in-depth look into the primary qualities of creative thinking.
Which is more effective, a goal or a standard? Woody will explain how one is more beneficial to you than the other.
Woody introduces the M.A.P.S. system, what it stands for, and how it can help you find your audience.
The instructor shares the connection between solving problems for others and how it helps you find your audience.
Woody discusses some key ways to increase your consistency and likability factor.
The instructor shares some studies that highlight how authority, social proof and scarcity can change how people make decisions.
Woody closes the class reminding the audience why reciprocity is so important in your field of work and your personal relationships.
A bonus segment where Woody outlines some important steps on how to build your own personal empire.
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