DUBLIN, IE – Self-understanding is perhaps the most essential asset at our disposal when it comes to achieving success, but getting there is easier said than done. What’s the best way to achieve self-understanding? According to entrepreneur and business coach Barry Lynch, the key is understanding paradigms, how they shape us, how they shape our minds, and how they shape the world around us.
Barry is a businessman with over 30 years of experience under his belt. Having built and coached dozens of franchises in Ireland over the years, he understands what it takes to work hard towards being successful, and he’s ready to share his secrets with the world.
In his upcoming book, What They Don’t Tell You About Paradigms, Barry details how identifying the paradigms in our lives helps us grow and change, and in doing so, we find the motivation to continue chasing our dreams. Paradigms are defined on Barry’s website as, “a standard, perspective, or set of ideas. A paradigm is a way of looking at something.”
“Our everyday lives tend to get in the way of what we want to achieve in life; beliefs and behaviors control our destiny. When you learn how to be more aware and in control and realize just how your paradigms, beliefs, and behaviors affect your life, you can simply change them,” he says.
What They Don’t Tell You About Paradigms is the skeleton key that many entrepreneurs have spent their entire lives looking for. By giving readers the ability to identify the paradigms that guide their lives, they are equipped with the tools to bring themselves health, wealth, happiness, confidence, and higher self-esteem.
The lessons in his book stem from his methods as a business coach. Drawing from his experience in numerous industries, from sanitation to marketing to retail and more, Barry is a seasoned business veteran with a wealth of knowledge to give, and his upcoming book is a testament to his entire business journey — right down to every success and every failure he ever experienced as an entrepreneur. His journey wasn’t an easy one, but he hopes the success he eventually found will inspire others to follow their dreams as well.
Once a personal paradigm has been identified, Barry discusses how to go about changing it if it’s not aligned with a person’s visualized goal. With a little help, a lot of work, and ever-strengthening self-discipline, anyone can shift the paradigms around them to their favor and make the most of them.
Those interested in learning about themselves through the paradigms around them can visit Barry’s website here. Additionally, they can pick up a copy of What They Don’t Tell You About Paradigms when it launches on October 26th.