Ever wonder why other people are so successful?
I must admit, it’s hard in this information / social media age, to not get caught up in how others’ lives look like. But here’s the thing. The key to YOUR success, or happiness, or fulfillment, is how YOU define it. What’s a success to me, may mean nothing to you. What’s true for all is that success fuels success. It’s just how we are wired. We chase the happy feeling!
In coaching we work out what success is to you at the very beginning. This means we design actions that you will WANT to take.
Remember - you are UNIQUE. So... how do you define YOUR success?
I absolutely love what I do. I’m excited for each coaching session just as if it were my first! I get excited when my coachee’s face lights up as they discover something that empowers them. But running a coaching practice requires admin tasks which I don’t enjoy. And I procrastinate! A lot.
To get myself into the “doing mode” I take a minute to remind myself of my big Why behind coaching and then I just do. And as I do, I get motivated, because even getting a single task done is moving me forward.
What do you need to get done right now to move forward in your territory?
My fellow Mums, do you ever do this - kids go for the midday nap at around the same time, so you have at least an hour when you can get stuff done. But you just get so excited and/or overwhelmed so you don’t know where to start? Please tell me I’m not the only one!
Happened today. My mind was like “shall I write down all the 2020 goals?”, or “shall I just have that chocolate biscotti with a hot (!!) drink?”, or “shall I finally watch a YouTube video on how to care for these orchids?”
In the end, thanks to my #resourcefulstate of being prepared, I looked at my To Do note for today. It was in the order of priority, and the first item wasn’t on my mind at all. I got done more than on that list because completing at least 3 things stimulates you to have another 5 done!
Feeling quite #fulfilled.
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