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How To Get People To Like You!

Sales and communication expert, Tim Shurr, reveals how to make people like you more by being “others-focused” and asking questions about them. Facebook.com/timshurrma twitter.com/timshurr http://instagram.com/shurrsuccess https://www.linkedin.com/in/timshurr  

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Is Your BS Keeping You Stuck?

  Your beliefs about yourself, others, and the world around you determine whether you will succeed or fail in life. Positive thinking is not enough because you won’t believe what you’re telling yourself. It’s like cutting the top off of a weed. You need to get to the root system or the weed will just keep growing back! In this video, I’ll teach you how to uncover self-limiting beliefs and upgrade them so you can fully become the brilliant human being that you are!   Want more? Click here.

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5 Love Strategies That’ll Spark Your Marriage!

How’s your relationship with your spouse or significant other? Are you both feeling connected, trusting, and flirty? Or, do you feel like all you’ve got is a nagging roommate? These 5 Communication Strategies Will Bring The Passion Back Into Your Relationship! Decide what your outcome is going to be. Before approaching your partner, make a conscious decision to achieve an outcome no matter what it takes! Most people try to “wing” the conversation and end up in an argument. “My outcome is to be respectful and supportive regardless of how my partner responds to me!” “My outcome is to reconnect with my partner over the next couple of weeks and this is the first step.” Be intentional! This means be responsible for the energy/comments/reactions to bring to your partner. This is about you “creating” a moment, rather than reacting to the energy of your partner. If your intention is to…

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“When Do I Get To Be Happy?”

LIFE. WHAT IS IT ALL ABOUT? When I was a kid, life was about having fun and figuring out how to avoid going to bed. When I was a teen, it was about fitting in and trying to be accepted. When I was in my twenties, it was about figuring out what to do with my life. When I was in my thirties, it was about making money and collecting stuff. When I was in my forties, it was about family, building wealth, and gaining respect. I’m 45 years old now. Half way there, if I make it to 90. I woke up with two thoughts. “What will the rest of my forties be about?” and “Do I have a say in the matter?” Lao Tzu once wrote in the Tao Te Ching that we go through stages in life. For men, in the “morning” of our lives it’s about making…

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5 Lessons I Learned From Being A Dad!

Here’s some parenting advice I’ve learned from being a dad for the last 11 years. I wish I could say I knew all this from the beginning, but I didn’t. It took a lot of hard work on my end to break the bad habits I didn’t even realize I had! It also took an incredible amount of love, patience, and support from my extraordinary wife, Stacey. All the inner struggles and uncomfortable feelings I went through (swallowing my pride, keeping my Ego in check, not making excuses, etc.) were worth it. I’ve got two amazing kids who will grow up to contribute in big ways because they believe they can! Here’s a few lessons I learned. Perhaps it will help you. If you’re already doing this, good for you! If not, start today. You’ll be glad you did and so will your family! Avoid teasing your kid(s). I grew…

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Caring For The Caregivers!

Caring For The Caregivers At some point in your life you are likely going to be a caregiver or need a caregiver. There are estimated to be 42 million family caregivers in America. That’s 1 out of 5 adults according to AARP.org –  Caregivers are often parents with children who are now also taking care of a sick or elderly family member. – Caregivers often feel like they are expected or obligated to take care of everyone else at the expense of themselves. – They often feel badly or like they are letting people down if the don’t have the energy or strength to “do it all”. – They often feel guilty if they want to take time off or do something for themselves. – They often feel like they can’t or shouldn’t lean on others to help. – They may compensate for lack of rest with comfort eating, smoking,…

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4 Most Common Forms of Dysfunctional Communication

Productivity expert, Tim Shurr, MA, shares the 4 most common forms of dysfunctional communication and the #1 way to get your message across to others! Plus learn what kind of a communicator you are! This can be a very eye opening segment and potentially help you reflect on your actions.

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7 Ways To Be Exceptionally Charming!

Charming photo, huh? 🙂 Charm and abundance go hand-in-hand. The higher your “Charm Factor,” the greater influence you’ll have over others. This equates into stronger relationships, more opportunities, increased support from others. Charm is all about graceful communication. The more you empower others through the conversations you have, the more endearing you become to them. When people associate positive emotion to YOU, they do more business with you. They cooperate more with you, and tend to agree with you more as well!   7 Ways To Increase Your “Charm Factor!” 1. Show others you’re genuinely glad to meet them. Smile, make eye contact, and use non-verbal body language to validate others. 2. Feel comfortable showing vulnerability. Don’t try to act cool, macho, or perfect. A little self-depricating humor goes a long way. 3. Consistently search for agreement instead of contradiction. Would you agree with this one? 4. Selectively use the…

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