August 9, 2018
If we open a quarrel between past and present, we shall find that we have lost our future.
The one person that is standing in your way of living your best life is YOU!
I can remember my self-sabotaging behaviors when I was younger. Boy if I only knew then what I know now. I was getting in my own way of success but didn’t see it. It’s not easy to see your blind spots. Until I started working with a coach I was continually shooting myself in the foot and blaming someone or something else for my setbacks.
Taking responsibility for my thoughts, feelings and actions requires disciple. To take an honest look at what I’ve been doing or not doing also takes courage.
What I’ve learned was to stop over analyzing. I must get in the zone and just be and do. I had to visualize myself as the person I wanted to be and then act the part. The minute the monkey mind started coming in my head, I was cooked.
The results are sneaky but can start to show up causing dis-ease, bad relationships, lack of money, loss of a job or any other place.
It takes continued focus and practice to learn how to stop the monkey mind from taking over. That is why a coach is essential in helping you.
So, if you’re having a quarrel between your past and present, you too have lost your future. And without a future you’re not going anywhere.
June 7, 2018
6 months into the year! Have you reached your goals? Have you lost the weight or given up those negative habits you set out to do on the 1st of the year? If not, what’s holding you back?
Are subconscious beliefs sabotaging your personal power? If you got more “I can’t” than “I can” messages as a child, you are probably having more “I can’t” than “I can” experiences as an adult. In other words, if you heard messages from parents and other authority figures that told you that your opinion didn’t count and that your actions didn’t matter, you are likely to have subconscious beliefs that mirror those ideas. The result is often a person with deep insecurities about their ability to positively affect the course of their lives. Some people overcompensate for this feeling of powerlessness by making a career out of becoming powerful. Usually this sense of power is achieved by acquiring money, possessions and social status.
Unfortunately, these external signs of power seldom satisfy the gnawing feeling of insecurity and powerlessness within. Anger,procrastination or any negative behavior are signs that you are sabotaging your personal power. People with authentic power can have an abundance of money, possessions and social status, but their personal power does not come from the things they have, but rather from who they are.
- I trust the decisions I make.
- I trust the Divine guidance I am receiving.
- I acknowledge my ability and responsibility to make a positive difference in the world.
- I actively embrace the opportunities that come with change.
- I am true to my personal vision.
- I am willing to take the risks necessary to live my life openly and honestly.
- I give myself permission to do what I love.
So if you’re ready to get to the next level of greatness and change those behaviors that are not serving you, let’s have a conversation.
The quality of your culture depends on the quality of your relationships, which depend on the quality of your conversations.