One of my clients recently shared one of the ripple effects of our coaching. She hired me to help her with her development plan, identify her career path, and be more decisive and confident in her decisions. After one of our sessions she shared how she is more assertive with her boss and a better leader to her team. That even though that wasn’t a direct goal of our coaching, the tools she has learned and the way she has learned to think, has had a ripple effect on many different areas of her life. She has learned to question her immediate thoughts and to trust herself, that she knows what is best for her team, that she has a valid voice, and she’s using it more than ever.
Intentional thoughts is something we work on in coaching
This isn’t about mantras and affirmations
Or forcing yourself to believe something you don’t believe
It’s a way of managing your mind so you can do the hard things and achieve your goals because your brain is always going to present evidence to you that things aren’t working, you aren’t getting there.
November 04, 2020
Think of any idea you’ve had – I can use one for me, having my own coaching business.
It was suggested to me I do this a ton of times, I always came up with a million reasons I couldn’t, or it wouldn’t work.
What you'll learn from this episode:
How your thinking will make or break your progress at work
Why mantras and affirmations fail
How you can trick your brain to work for you instead of against you
How to keep going toward your goals, no matter what limitation comes up
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