What Are You Willing To Do To Achieve Your Goals?
We had a discussion in the office on Monday between the Business Coaches - we’d noticed that some clients have great aspirations, but low levels of commitment, and as a result don’t seem to get what they want.
Others are all but unstoppable - they need no geeing up from us, and we see them when they get stuck on a problem. They don’t want us to tell them what to do, but just to help them figure out the options. Once that’s done, they decide which they’re going to take, and like it says on the shoes, Just do It.
As a result of this discussion, we’ve realised that we need to get clients - prospective entrepreneurs - to ask themselves this question, and answer it honestly:
What Am I Willing To Do To Achieve My Goals?
Interestinly enough, it’s a bit snowy here at the moment. For many people, this could be a reason not to go to work / to the gym / out for that run. Indeed, the office pretty much emptied yesterday at 3pm. The thing is, as one of the other coaches pointed out to me (with an interesting story from a previous job he had), if the goal is important enough, you will take the steps to achieve it.
There aren’t reasons , just excuses .
Wow - that’s TOUGH!
But it was with that in mind that I set my alarm for five this morning, giving myself an extra 45 minutes to get to the pool in this winter weather.
- Type: Swim
- Date: 01/06/2010
- Time: 07:00:00
- Total Time: 00:45:00.00
- Calories: 329
- Distance: 800 m
- Average Pace: 5:38.93/100m