Welcome in the New Year with a resolution you can be proud of. But don’t bite off more than you can chew…. small bites are more achievable. Also, give yourself a realistic time frame to reach your goal. You’ll soon be smiling and patting yourself on the back…. Well done you!!
“If at first you don’t succeed, try and try again.” This is a saying which is very true….. but not quite right. Yes, try and try again, but if what you are trying is not working, you will need to make small adjustments to your method to achieve different results. So do keep trying, don’t give up, and success will eventually follow.
Ok, we are now into June and almost half way through the year. Did you make a New Year’s resolution and have you still not done anything about it? If you want to make it happen, it’s time to tackle it now. I will ask you just one question – “what’s stopping you?” Really think deeply into that question and be honest with yourself. Be brave and take that first step. You can do this…… make it happen.
Think of something you really want to achieve in your life, and what you might need to do to achieve it. You are quite likely to be thinking it’s all too much effort to even get started. But what if you could manage it? Who would it benefit and how important would it be to you?
Imagine just how your life would be if you were to achieve your goal….and then imagine where you would be if you do nothing. The saying is, “if you do what you have always done, you will always get the same results”.
Accept that change takes time, so don’t be put off if results are not instant. With a little effort here, and a little effort there, you could soon be on your way to where you want to be. You also need to find your motivation to keep yourself moving forwards.
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So let’s consider this….
Many of us have a bucket list, right? Let’s look at the cost of a typical item that could be on your bucket list. Let’s say ‘go skydiving’. Now I’ve just done a quick google search and it says it could cost £199 to £318 (in the UK). Is it worth the money? Although it’s likely to be a one off experience, it will certainly have lasting memories. But how much would it improve your life going forwards? Probably not a great deal…. not unless you decide you now want to train and become a skydiving instructor, but that’s not very likely.
Now it could be that something on your bucket list is a life goal which life coaching sessions could help you to achieve. So let’s look at the cost of life coaching – is that a worthwhile investment? Now I’m not about to put words in your mouth, that’s not my style. So answer this question yourself by asking yourself the following…… what might you want to change in your life, how much of a lasting impact would that have for you if you were able to achieve it, and how much would you be willing to pay for that?
The total cost of life coaching would of course depend on the goal you are aiming to achieve and the number of sessions you would require, but whatever the goal is, life coaching should leave you with a clearer mindset and determination to achieve whatever it is you are aiming for, which should have a lasting impression on your life.
So remind yourself again, how much was that skydiving session?