I don’t believe in failing
I don’t believe in failing, yep it gets hard, some days are harder than others, some days I want to crawl under a stone and hide or run away in my camper van and escape, BUT I always pull myself out of it, I am so darn grateful for opportunities, my support network, my clients, my family and the wonderful life ahead.
Its easier for me because I have trained in coaching and I have spent years reading, learning, reconditioning and reframing stuff through self development and good coaching too (yeh most coaches have/had a coach/mentor) BUT I am human and I do have crappy days. I do however know when to stop self-sabotage or when to sort my head out. I have to practice what I preach, most of the time!
Longevity is what its about, no overnight secret success, its about being true, authentic, being real and working with the obstacles and realities of life and business.
There is no magic wand, no magic trick.
To be successful means many different things to all of us, forget what you are meant to be and do, just be and do and what makes you happy, what you are passionate about, those you want to help, those you know you can support or even be able to change things for your clients.
Passion in business is so important, without it you will lose your way, you will forget where you are at, you will forget and lose sight of what you are trying to achieve, you will undoubtedly start to resent it, it will become like a huge spot (you know them ugly major spots we all get from time to time!)
Nobody wants their business that they work hard for to become an ugly spot.
Don’t let it happen to you.
Be the best you can be and never doubt you.
Next time you feel like giving up or you are not worthy, look back 6 months or a year ago at how far you have come.
Even the smallest successes are worth celebration.
Lecture over 🙂 Go enjoy your day
If you are stuck, if you feel like rubbish and feel like its all too much or its not working your way then drop me an email and I can get you out of that ‘ugly spot moment’
Remember achieving greatness is closer than you think