Is there something you have always dreamed about doing and couldn't find the time, energy, or focus?
- Do you want to go back to school and FINALLY get that degree?
- Lose the 25 pounds that have been sticking around for years and that you can't seem to remove?
- Write that book that has been in your head?
- Start that side-hustle that will provide more security?
- Launch a business that is more aligned with your dreams?
- Change your career into something that better reflects your calling and your values?
- Finally learn guitar and impress your friends at the next campfire with your new-found musicianship?
- Learn another language and take that trip you have always dreamed about?
- Hike the Pacific Coast Trail, run your first marathon, or conquer another athletic challenge?
- Something else?
Each of us has a dream deep inside. A dream we may not have been able to find time for, or have tried and failed at.
How can we start making it happen now?
Most success coaches will ask "What's stopping you? Why not now?"
There are likely good reasons why it hasn't happened yet.
Big, life-changing dreams take time, energy, and resources.
All of these things are at a premium.
We already have a lot of other work on our plate.
Our schedules are already booked out.
Our energy and focus is pulled in multiple directions by multiple people.
And resources feel scarce, or seem to be held by others, or require a lot more work to get.
What if there was a way to work towards your goals while taking advantage of what you already have?
What if there was a way to break these goals down into smaller, more digestible chunks?
What if there was a way to make progress without burning yourself out?
Only 1 in 5 of change efforts succeed!
How are your resolutions going?
Did you abandon them?
Or...are you still at it, but quickly losing enthusiasm?
Or...are you still enthusiastic, but not seeing results or progress?
Or...are you burning out from trying to change all the things and are this close to throwing in the towel on the whole shebang?
For many of us, we try to change all of the things all at once.
Or we set unrealistic goals in hopes that by "stretching" we can make the change happen.
Or our goals are so big that they feel unattainable, after that initial burst of enthusiasm.
Or we are setting a goal for ourselves that someone else wants us to set vs. something we actually want.
Or we set a good goal, one we are excited about, but the plan just doesn't work for our environment or our energy level.
Then, after banging our heads against the wall and expending a ton of energy, time and money, we feel even worse about ourselves.
To me, that's madness.
What if there was a way to put the odds of success in your favor?