Success is not an outcome it is a journey. Knowing yourself is the key ingredient to achieving greater success in your life. You see, knowing yourself and knowing what is holding you back is far more important than simply knowing what you want. It’s awareness, not knowledge that can take you from where you are today to where you want to be tomorrow. Therefore, things need to change in you for things to change for you.
Now, most of us don’t think into our results, we just basically react to them when they happen. If you want your current results to improve you must move beyond your current level of consciousness. There is an intelligence deep within you that is far greater than your knowledge. It knows the answers to your challenges. You just haven’t become aware of it yet.
The coaching process raises your consciousness through deep introspection and self-discovery of your inner world, where your greatness resides. Coaching is structured to cause you to bypass your analytical conscious mind, taking you into your unconscious mind where all your potential lies.
Coaching creates a higher level of functionality – allowing you to become that person who is worthy of the success you desire in life. It focuses on your potential, not your performance, which will translate into future success.
Permanent improvement requires a corresponding modification in your thinking. You must put yourself into a completely new level of consciousness to accomplish your dreams. There is a power within you that is seeking greater expression. It is only limited by your current level of thinking.
So, to achieve success, you must create an environment conducive to growth. That environment is your mind. You must keep it free of negative thoughts, negative opinions, and negative ideas. It’s your beliefs that are preventing your growth because they are focused on maintaining your status quo. They want to keep you safe within your comfort zone.
You see, you don’t really choose your thoughts because they are influenced by your beliefs. It’s that little voice inside your head that I like to call my internal saboteur. The voice that says, “You can’t do that. What are you thinking? Are you kidding me? There’s no way! If you try that, it’s going to end badly. So, don’t be stupid.” Now, does that sound familiar?