Today – and all week long, ask yourself the following questions:
· What does my current self-image “say” to others/what message does it project?
· Do I have excuses or “reasons” to FAIL? (Remember, ALL your reasons to FAIL can be ALL your reasons to overcome and succeed!)
· Do I feel powerful and capable with my current self-image?
· If you’re not satisfied with it, what’s keeping you from changing?
An honest self-assessment from the following questions will help you determine if it’s time to be a quick-change artist: 1) Does my current self-image have untapped potential? 2) Can I stretch/extend it to take me where I want to go?
I’m amazed at how many people lead lives of “quiet desperation,” as Thoreau said. They’re going through the motions, knowing that what they’re doing isn’t working, but too stuck, comfortable, or scared to change. These are the exact people who need reminding that everything is an illusion. It’s never too late to pick up one that’s more empowering. Insert name here, do you know someone who could benefit from answering the questions presented here to become a quick-change artist?
Instead of being trapped, consider this: Your past is useful. Look at it, but don’t stare. All experience is good. Review all of your answers to the above questions about changing illusions and design another one. Then make it come true.
Remember that we ALL have blocks – from the top CEOs to the newest entrepreneurs. If you ARE ready 100% ready to bust through yours, then having the right coach is key. I will MAKE room in my BAI program for you, IF you are serious. (I’ve added new dates all over the country if the West Coast isn’t your thing!) Teaching my Mighty Formula for Executive Evolution is my personal passion to turn this economy around, one success story at a time.