Today, I want to share with you a glimpse into the transformative work I do with individuals. One of the key elements I focus on is helping people get clear about their vision. It's astonishing how many individuals are not truly clear about what they want in life. They find themselves caught up in the daily grind, constantly reacting to whatever life throws their way. Their focus becomes managing the present instead of looking up and out towards their dreams for their business, family, and community.
By crafting a clear vision, we create a powerful place to come from and fulfill on. Once the vision is established, what naturally arises are all the things that mess with us—fears, worries, limiting beliefs, negative self-talk, and even certain people or reactions that hinder our ability to forward our dreams and goals. These are the things we dissect and dismantle together.
During our coaching sessions, I guide individuals to explore what gets in the way of their vision. We identify the sources of those limitations and work towards shifting from a reactive mindset to one of creation. It's not a difficult process to uncover what messes with people. These challenges tend to reveal themselves quite readily. We examine them in all areas of life, not just in a specific moment.
But it doesn't stop at identifying what holds us back. We develop tangible strategies and actionable steps to address and overcome these obstacles. It's crucial that the work we do is practical and accessible, going beyond mere concepts and into real-life application. After all, knowing what messes with us is only the beginning. The true transformation happens when we take that knowledge and put it into action.
The ultimate goal is to build the muscle of creation and unmessablewithness. Together, we exercise that muscle, which may have been neglected or atrophied over time. We focus on staying in the realm of creation rather than getting caught in the endless cycle of reaction and survival.
So my question to you is
WHAT IS YOUR VISION?
WHAT DO YOU REALLY WANT?
And then ask yourself what messes with you in taking the actions needed to fulfill that vision.
That's the starting point.
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