It’s not easy, encouraging others to tap their own creativity…when your own is about as exciting as reruns of Lost in Space. (hhmmmm….how lost in space are you?)
It’s not easy, guiding others to take that leap, to make that big decision, to figure out what’s right for them…when you can’t even decide what the hell to eat for breakfast. (For the record, “a jelly-doughnut and a yoo-hoo” is probably not the answer.)
Because even though you mean well, and even though you can coach others through their experiences independent of your own, and even though you can always suck it up, put on a happy face, smile for the cameras, and keep your career alive…
The first step to getting anywhere is always by taking your own baggage, giving it a shake, and then unpacking it piece by piece. (Being sure to stick the dirty socks in a separate baggie, of course.)
Enter: KickStart Your Life Coaching.
High octane life coaching for coaches—because you want to be able to look the world dead in the eye in order to do your job the best way you can. In order to help others believe.
You want to get unstuck, rock the risk, fess up to the fear, unravel the uncertainty, hang the hairy, brave the big, do the decision, and wrangle the wild west of life with wiiiiide open bear hug arms–and then help your clients do exactly the same.
After all, it’s hard to help others go from where they are to where they want to be…when you’re not where you want to be, either. (Also, just once don’t you really just want the chance to tell someone that “the proof is in the pudding?”)
Your personal hurdles don’t have to hurt your professional integrity.
Because taking time to work on your own stuff isn’t selfish, shameful or stupid–it’s essential. Not only do you come out on the other side with a few new great anecdotes to tell, but you also build a better blueprint for how to help your clients.
And there’s nothing better than a win-win like that…Especially because the proof? Really will be in the pudding.
Let’s hope the world’s brought their appetite.
What are you waiting for – let’s talk….