After some dreaming, some goal setting, maybe getting rid of some negative baggage, I would like to point you to what Napoleon Hill (Think and Grow Rich) calls a major definite purpose. Coaching, at its worst, is helping people through the shopping list of what they want to achieve, and asking them did they do it? Or why not? True, this provides accountability, but add what they are to become, to the do’s and haves, and this is like electricity! I believe you do not craft a definite purpose, you uncover it. As well, unless you are a super villain, having it bless others in some greater way should be part of the package. “I want to make a lot of money” is fine as far as it goes, but the question why is essential. Is it to provide for your family? Is it to spite your third grade teacher who said you would never amount to anything? Is it to provide for medicines, shelter or food for the disenfranchised? Do you see the extra power in this to keep pushing through when times get a little tough? So, what is your purpose? Till we chat again, Wayne]]>