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The right answer

If you've been following me or reading my recent posts, you might say I've offered some contradictory advice. (Who me?! I wouldn't DREAM of it!)

I've talked about just taking action, no matter how small; making sure we are moving our goals and commitments forward. I talked about how that helps you feel a greater sense of control and helps motivate you.

In another breath, I talked about how you could just let go, put down the goal and the commitment for a period of time. I talked about how that can actually call us back to the goal and the space can reinspire us.

How can I do this? How can I offer you contradictory advice? What kind of coach am I? Don't I have a one-size-fits-all program to drop you right into?

That's the thing. Coaches aren't here to offer you one-size-fits-all programs or tell you exactly what to do step by step.

If that's what you want, then you want a teacher or a consultant or a course.

A coach is here to show you the magic of yourself.

A coach is here to help you see that you hold all the answers.

A coach is here to offer options, what may have worked for others.

A coach is here to assist you in empowering your own decision.

A coach is here to enable you to see that ONLY YOU can know what will work for you.

A coach is here to meet you where you are.

A coach is here to show you where you are, if you can't see.

No two people are the same and lucky or not, no two situations are the same for us. Sometimes, we may need to "suck it up buttercup" and take big steps or baby steps, but keep in moments. It may be our highest and best self wanting us to do that, to keep moving forward. At other times, we may need to step back, to let go, to give ourselves some space to rest, to get a better grip on life before we take the steps to move our goal forward.

All paths are right.


We are making them intentionally and consciously and from/for our best self. When we are consciously CHOOSING whether or not to take steps forward. It's when we're asleep at the wheel, when we don't realize it's been another week since we took a step, when we unconsciously or unintentionally let our goal slip another week. This is when we could do better. (I'd still argue it's the right path for you, because we have to learn the lesson until we LEARN THE LESSON, know what I mean?)

How freeing is it or would it be, to believe you are always making the right decision?

How empowering and motivating is it or would it be to have confidence that YOUR choice was the right one?

What would it take for you to believe that, even 1% more than you do right now?

Practice that.

And. If you want help believing that more than 1% sooner, you know where to find me.

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