coaching

There are times when you know what you want, all 4000 things. You’re excited, life is going well. But you just can’t seem to want to get up in the morning and when you do you can’t find that first thing. The place to start. What to do. So you end up doing nothing at all. Ever had those days? Weeks? Months?

Yes, we all have! They are called periods of overwhelm. It is when your mind is so full of different ideas that you can’t really grab onto one fast enough, before the next one spins around and knocks it off it’s pride of place. Kind of like everything you want is on a rotating wheel that is spinning too fast

Fear not, help is at hand!

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Imagine a person as a fully fueled F-15, standing at the end of the runway. Now imagine that jet with full power on and full brakes. That plane will never fly unless the pilot releases the brakes and allows the engines to do their job. Do you think the pilot actually knows the physics of a two engines capable of producing 60,000 pounds of thrust in an airplane that weighs only 30,000 pounds? Probably not; the pilot takes for granted, or perhaps on faith that as long as each engine performs he can take that plane vertical like a rocket. How many clients understand they possess that same power…and yet lack that same faith? How many are willing to test their boundaries?

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“Business more than any other occupation is a continual dealing with the future; it is a continual calculation, an instinctive exercise in foresight.” ~ Henry R. Luce
When you hit the turning point of wanting “it” in your soul-driven business (or life!), you’re on the verge of big magic. Getting to the turning point is a big enough deal in and of itself, because you’ve had to get full enough of what you don’t want any more to know that it’s time to claim something different. That turning point can be precipitated by pain, trauma, tragedy, endings or a desire for something better. But, for now, let’s assume that you’ve hit that turning point and made the decision you want “it” – your new desire – to happen. What happens now?

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If you are reading this article, there is a gap between where you are now and where you would like to be. The good news is that if you spot one of your habits within this list then we can arm you with some workarounds, suggest some new behaviours and you might just make that step into your vision sooner than you think.

Do not worry if you are doing all seven. We are where we are and that is the perfect place to start. So use this as a guide to find your current location on the success-ometer and then we can tackle moving you through to cultivating the habits of successful people. You can and will get there; we just need to get you on track.

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So what drives you towards your dream? What is it that keeps you focussed on your vision even when it is easier, in that split second of time, not to be? Even the biggest plans and the highest hopes are easy to tuck into the corner of your mind marked ‘tomorrow’. The trick to achieving anything and therefore everything is to move what you want into the present. Think about it now, dream about it now, remember it now and make one action step towards it now, today, before lunch if you can! Make what you want your priority; you are the only person that can. Take responsibility for your life and what happens in it

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“If we want to manifest something in our reality – whether it’s our career, finances, health, relationships, or physical body – we must first transform how we think. It may be a challenging concept to wrap the mind around, but like it or not, we are all the authors and architects of the results we experience in our own life.” ~ Niruka

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There are two kinds of development; skills and self. As you are your greatest asset then both of them are not only a great use of your time but they will be hugely beneficial to your experience of life. On giving a set of students the same test two years running, Einstein is quoted as saying ‘the questions might be the same, but the answers are different’

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If you are on track write as much as you are able, half a side of A4 would be ideal, on why you want your chosen career path and what will happen, how you will feel and what will be great about your life when all of your dreams come true. Print it off and carry it with you. Now make yourself a promise to read this page at least twice a day; first thing in the morning and last thing at night would be fantastic times to do this. Reading your planned life back to yourself keeps you in tune with your journey and connected to your reasons for carrying on. This is such a powerful way to overcome those ‘groundhog day’ moments. In fact, after doing this for a few weeks you probably won’t even remember what groundhog day is!

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Some of us would describe ourselves as a people person and are typically good at this. Others might find it more of a challenge. All of us can improve on who and when we build rapport by making extra effort to do some or all of the above. When you are going through the interview process you will build rapport to get to offer status. This is part of the x-factor that differentiates you from the rest of the candidates. When you start your new role it is worth taking time and effort to build rapport, particularly with the people you are destined to spend the most time with. This will not only help you make new friends but will enhance your experience of your new job by at least 100%.

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Strong ships were not built to sit in the harbor. Each of us has strengths that we don’t even know because we haven’t tested them. By putting ourselves in situations that require more of us than we think we have, we stretch our own knowledge, our capabilities and demonstrate that we can handle whatever we set up for ourselves.

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Smile, smile, smile, smile; it releases endorphins which make you happy, it negates stress and fills you with a sense of ease, it makes people around you smile back and being happy is the greatest gift you can give to the world

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