Going into creating a successful coaching business, that’s the last thing you want. You want to rise above that and be the best version of yourself you can be, and help your clients do the same thing.
One of the ways to know the beliefs you have about success is to look at the success you have—or don’t have.
If you don’t have the results you want, there’s a high chance you have a belief that’s holding you back. One thing we need to consider is your conditioning around success.
I grew up in a really wonderful family, but none of them had built a business before or broken through and done something on their own, so I didn’t have a history of determination, financial wealth, going out and creating my own thing.
So my belief foundation was the opposite of what I needed to look at my own beliefs and change them to something more empowering and knowing I was worthy of success.
Think about what beliefs you have about success in general. If your beliefs are saying, ‘No we can’t have success’ but all of your actions are moving towards success, there’s going to be incongruency. This is where self-sabotage gets in the way.
When we make sure our beliefs about success are in alignment with our goals we have a clear pathway ahead of us and success becomes a sure thing.
As Steve Jobs said, “Sometimes life hits you in the head with a brick. Don’t lose faith. You’ve got to find what you love.”