Jim Rohn, a speaker and author that I followed, offered that your success will mostly be an average of the five people you hang with most.
If you were applying for the job you are doing for yourself, what would you expect an employer to ask you in an interview?
So, what books are on your bedside table this spring?
John Maxwell, bestselling author and public speaker puts it like this: success is what to do for yourself. Significance is what you do for others.
Today I am telling you about the third thing coaches provide, and how you can get it.
That thing is having a cheerleader.
As a Life coach, I hold the client accountable to what they said they wanted.
Holding yourself accountable is one of the key ingredients to goal achieving.
Napoleon Hill in his seminal work, “Think and Grow Rich” speaks about your Chief Definite Aim.
I am going to seem to contradict conventional goal setting doctrine.
For right now, don’t worry about setting three- to five-year goals.
If you want next year to look different, you will have to do things differently.
Sounds easy, right?