You Have to Do the Inner Work For the Outer to Ever Work
The biggest obstacles to success and achieving potential are internal, not external.
A great coach, who understands “the inner work” can help individuals to improve their outcomes and their success by shifting their inner dialogue. In particular, the “itty bitty shitty committee.” That critical voice, the bully on the brain that negates, minimizes, and limits our beliefs and capabilities
By working with and shifting that inner voice, empowerment and excellence take over and success becomes simple.
The essential part of coaching is helping people learn to silence that “bully on the brain” and learn to work with their inner voice. Helping them allow their instincts, or their subconscious, to take over. Sometimes that means distracting it, and sometimes it’s about exploring the ‘worst-case scenario’ and removing the fear.
Shifting your results requires active participation. WORK. In order to thrive, to live the life you always dreamed of, desire, and deserve, you get to do the inner work.
With the help of a coach, understand what creates and drives your behaviors. Figure out what programs run in the background that you don’t even know you don’t know. Identify your blind spots.
It’s important for you to appreciate, understand, and embrace the fact that we must do the inner work in order for the outer work to be easier. In other words, do the inner work to make your outer work.
Working with a coach is huge in embracing change and making shift happen.