Identify the start of your journey
I often hear people talk about being self-made.
That’s crap. You should know;
EVERYONE has had someone helping them at one point, EVERYONE has had challenges, and everyone has had to climb.
Everyone has their own individually unique story.
You can not analyze your success or wins based on where someone else is because not only do they have a different script and story, but they also have their own narrative behind the scenes.
There are things that have happened in your life that gave you a clear advantage, as well as things that gave you a clear disadvantage.
You are not on someone else’s journey.
You are on YOUR OWN journey.
Imagine where you were 6 months ago, and how you dreamed of being where you are now.
Focus more on that!
Attract more wins
There is no sense in focusing on the things that were difficult or challenging unless you are taking the time to analyze how it made you better or how you might be able to improve.
It is easy to allow your attention to drift from the things you do well onto the things that you are not as good at.
The universe gives you more of what you focus your attention on, so it won’t do you good to spend a bunch of time empathizing over things that didn’t go well.
Simply observe that your plan did not work the way that you originally planned and do not resist it.
It is neither good nor bad. It simply is.
Sharing these experiences can help you to understand them and what they mean to you.
Are you being transparent?
When you are new at something, how much do you reveal about the journey?
Are you scared of sharing the things that did not go well, but never hesitate to share the things that are going incredible?
What is the difference? What is holding you back from sharing the behind the scene “fails”?
You don’t have to share everything with your followers or friends, but it is good to share the raw stuff.
People notice this transparency and appreciate it. At least I do.
Whether you are starting a new art project or creating a business, there will be trial and error. One thing you must learn to be a successful entrepreneur is that we all fail. Good entrepreneurs have just learned to love finding new ways to make things work.
“I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.”
If you’re scared
I understand that you might fear to show the world what you got, or how you got it.
- “What if they steal my idea!?”
- What if they think I am incompetent
- What if they think that I need more coaching myself?
Okay, first of all- no one can steal your idea.
No one is you, and no one can replicate your ideas.
That idea is a limiting mindset belief.
Trust when I say that there is an abundance of everything for everyone.
Second, Imagine a coach that wasn’t coachable?
As a coach, I know that the most important part of my life is going with the flow and being open to being coached myself.
There is always something to learn.
Adopt the mindset that everyone is your teacher and see how much you can learn!
Other individuals on their journey will see your errors and transparency and they will become inspired and see the potential in themselves!
My mission is to create a beautiful life for not only me but for the generations that follow me.
In order to create a beautiful, happy, healthy life for myself- I challenge myself to improve the lives of everyone around me (to include you!).
I intentionally share my good and bad days with the people that I aim to inspire.
We are all perfectly imperfect.
I am here to inspire people to start taking steps towards becoming their ideal self.
This is the most successful point that you can imagine yourself reaching.
I aim to do this because I love being around people that are happy with all aspects of their life.
There is a ripple effect that comes from one single smile.
Positivity is infectious, and if you think you don’t need a coach then you might ask yourself why you are resisting the idea of someone assisting you in identifying areas of your life that could improve.
I want to help you find inner peace, improve your confidence levels, increase your business, and improve your relationships.
Does that sound like something you need? Schedule a free consultation today.