Why staying loyal to past decisions might be costing you your life
Many of us (of a certain age) remember Kodak as being the go to in anything picture related. We trusted it, used it, loved it and then promptly forgot all about it when it no longer gave us what we needed: digital solutions!
Now, you may not know that Kodak was the first to invent the digital camera (!!) but its failure was in keeping it away from its users for fear of rejection...
How does this relate to you, you might be asking? Well, it's the same with each and every one of us wanting to get more out of life and allowing fear to dictate whether we do or we don't.
It may have taken you YEARS to get to where you are in your career. You have a good salary and some pretty good perks that come with your position. If this makes you happy, move along. But if you're still dreaming of a life that get you jumping out of bed in excitement, then this is what you must realise:
You were not put on this earth to compromise! Fear is just another step to test how serious you are about connecting with your purpose.
If you're sitting home right now, worrying how to make ends meet and what will become of your job due to COVID, then this is the right time for you to connect with your true calling. Your reason for being here.
What to do now?
Some people will never find it within themselves to make the change they so wish, but many people will. I truly hope you are one of the people who will and if you'd like a hand walking down this new route - then get in touch today.
As a coach I can help you find your purpose, put plans in place, help you eliminate fears and emotional blockages relating to success, money, or breaking free from current stress and limiting beliefs. I will also help you be accountable for the steps you decide to take, helping you ensure you get where you want to be!
Please remember - a 1,000 miles journey begins with a single step BUT also - the day you plant the seed is NOT the day you pick the fruit... Get started with a dream, back it up with a plan, create steps and add accountability dates.
You've got this!