7 Characteristics

The Fantastic Revolution

Evolution is too slow today and if you want to stay ahead, you have to be changing and moving just as fast as the world around you.

That’s really what the fantastic concept is about – understanding how the seven characteristics of fantastic people work and how you can use them yourself in all areas of your life, not just at work.

Our message is simple. Be fantastic! It doesn’t matter what you want to be fantastic at – being a leader, a team member, a parent or a friend.


 

There are the seven deadly sins, the seven wonders of the world, the seven hills of Rome… but nothing, no nothing, is quite as remarkable as the seven characteristics of Fantastic folk:

  • Passion

    passionOur Fantastic followers feel a burning in their hearts for not only what they’re doing but why they’re doing it. You can see it in how they look, how they talk and how they work.

  • Create

    createThe truly Fantastic know that today’s ‘wow’ is tomorrow’s ‘ho-hum’, so they train their minds to re-invent, innovate and inspire.

  • Delight

    delightFantastic people accept that they can’t do it all on their own; they learn to constantly enchant, inspire and delight the people they are surrounded with: their customers, friends, family, business associates and teammates. 

  • Perform

    performLife is a stage and we’re all on it; whether you’re the lead or in the chorus, you need to give it your all. Confidence is critical, so you have to take control of any fears that may be stopping you from being Fantastic – and loving every moment of the experience.

  • Alive inside

    alive insideBeing alive on the outside means taking responsibility for your outlook and being alive on the inside. It’s about grasping the mettle, having the courage to take risks, to feel excited and inspired. And that, my friend, shows in everything you do and say.

  • Always learning

    always learningFantastic people never stop; they just keep picking up new and interesting information, which makes them interested in more things. If you don’t constantly learn in this crazy, fast-moving world we live in, you’ll be left behind – and it will be impossible to catch up.

  • Fun

    funPossibly the most important of thing all is to love what you do. If you aren’t having fun, you aren’t alive on the inside, so you don’t stoke the passion that fuels the creativity that keeps you learning new things which generates the ideas that you delight people with through performing – which will keep the passion that fuels the creativity… You can say that again.