When you have a compelling reason to reach your goal, your chance of success grows tenfold.
If there is one thing I have learned to be the truth of all truths about making a change in one's life it is that:
One needs to have a hard why.
A compelling reason to change.
An "at all costs" approach to action.
A "no excuse can trump this why" belief.
An "I"ll give you $50,000 if I don't reach this goal" energy.
But, here's the secret. At first, you may not have the hard why.
At first, you may not believe you can make the change even if you are fully committed.
That is when you borrow your coach's belief in you
until you have developed it in you.
I spend a lot of time believing hard in my clients.
I spend a lot of time sharing my thoughts about their capacity with them.
I spend a lot of time thinking about how I can model belief for them.
And, if you don't have a hard why to change jobs or grow your business maybe you don't really want what you think you want.
And, that is okay.
Sometimes the hard why appears when you give up a goal that really doesn't compel you and focus on one that does. No judgment here.
Does your life reflect your hard whys?
Your "I will hold belief in you" coach,