Do you feel that your current job or business is leaving you feeling empty, drained, stressed, anxious, frustrated, overwhelmed, unfulfilled because:
- You aren’t in a career/business you want to be in?
- You aren’t achieving the results you want?
Do you feel like you can’t figure next steps out even when you try? Maybe at certain points, things click for you, but as soon as you start taking action you get stuck and don’t know what to do next. Then you end up procrastinating to the point it’s detrimental to your well-being?
Does your daily self-talk look like this:
- It’s not going to work, I’ve already tried!
- I do everything I’m supposed to do, but still, don’t get the results I want.
- I can’t afford to make a change at this point, I have a great paycheck and job.
- Don’t waste this opportunity because you might not get another one.
- I don’t have the right skill set and certifications to start new.
- There is too much competition.
- I’m not like xxxx (so and so) so I won’t have the same opportunities she/he did.
- If I can’t help myself how can anyone else help me!
- I’m great at starting things, but won’t finish them, so why bother?
Does this negative self-talk fuel your self-doubt and fear, which keeps you stuck from moving forward in a clear manner in starting a new career/business or getting the results you want in your current business?
If you’re feeling like this it means that your current life, what you believe, and how you play small doesn’t fit any longer.
I understand you and understand the fears, insecurities, and vulnerabilities that are coming up for you – and I can help! Here’s my experience on how you can move past this phase:
- Get a qualified person to hold you accountable. Don’t try to get buy-in from friends and family members for your success because you’ll most likely end up disappointed. Only a person who has walked the path can show you the way.
- Create a concrete plan that you’re excited about. The only thing that will help you move past the difficult times is your ‘why’, so unless this is clearly defined and you’re excited about it you’ll give up at the first sign of hardship.
- Set realistic deadlines taking all of your resources into account.
- Develop tools to deal with old belief systems and patterns so, when they arise, which I promise they will, they won’t derail you and put you in analysis paralysis. It’s easy to get excited about a new venture, but maintaining excitement and success is key.
- Learn to deal with external noise, so it no longer derails you from reaching your goals! This is a big one! If I didn’t eliminate external noise I wouldn’t have made $4,000 within 10 days of starting my coaching practice.