Personal Equilibrium & Self-Discipline Program designed for guests of Rancho La Puerta - Rancho La Puerta
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Personal Equilibrium & Self-Discipline Program designed for guests of Rancho La Puerta

Week of September 26, 2020

A four-hour program in four days
A thoughtful experience establishing take-away skills to achieve personal equilibrium, overcome inertia, achieve focus and direction

THE PROGRAM: • Explains the personal achievement process required to achieve self-equilibrium • Asks the audience to privately identify their core values and medium-term life vision • Explains the importance of the alignment of values, vision, goals and tasks • Identifies the deadly sins of task avoidance:  procrastination; perfectionism; distraction; interruption; busyness; paralysis. Presents powerful antidotes to committing those sins • Places the concept of self-equilibrium in the context of a principle-based personal achievement process • Presents the strategies and tactics of self-discipline and their benefits in personal equilibrium • Shows the emotional satisfaction that results from applying the techniques to exercise and master self-discipline in your personal and professional life


Brian Peter Brinig is a highly-regarded speaker and the author of Mastering Self-Discipline: A Thoughtful Approach Gets Better Results and three other books directed to the legal and accounting professions.  He is both a lawyer and CPA, managing director of the San Diego office of a national financial services firm, and an Adjunct Professor at the University of San Diego School of Law.  His current professional focus is the art of self-discipline, including strategies and tactics designed to address this seemingly difficult challenge.  Brian’s insight and techniques can’t make self-equilibrium and self-discipline effortless, but they sure can make it easier.  He is a nationally recognized speaker to universities and professional organizations, and he has qualified as an economic expert witness in more than 100 jury trials in federal and state courts across the United States