There’s nothing wrong with an average life.
An average life is a solid choice.
If it is a choice.
But if it’s just where you’ve ended up, or where you’ve found yourself by accident… then an average life is soul-sucking.
It’s grey. It’s beige. It’s greige.
An average life is what you get when you don’t live your life with intention. When you’re on auto-pilot. When you’re just going through the motions. When you’re sleepwalking. When you’re not actively designing, creating and curating your life experience.
Sounds like a lot of hard work?
Living a mediocre life that drains you – physically, emotionally, spiritually – a little more each day. That’s hard.
The positive work, effort and energy that it’s going to take to build a life that lights you up more and more every day – physically, emotionally, spiritually – is also hard.
So, choose your hard.
Is doing that positive work harder than dragging yourself out of bed every morning to go to a job you hate?
Is doing that positive work harder than desperately wracking your brain to find an interesting answer to “What have you been up to lately?” because you’re embarrassed to answer “Well, I’ve worked my way through several box sets on Netflix…”?
Is doing that positive work harder than going on yet another shopping trip where you can’t afford to buy the brands you would love to, and even if you could, you wouldn’t be able to fit into them because you’ve let yourself get out of shape. Again. (Side note: if you’re overeating and under-exercising, that’s probably a clue that you’re not really happy with something else in your life).
Is doing that positive work harder than counting down the days until the weekend, your next holiday, or even retirement, so you can finally spend your time doing something you actually enjoy doing?
Because all that soul-suckiness isn’t easy. That’s hard f***ing work. That’s why you’re tired*. That’s why you have no energy*. That’s why you’re not happy.
*health conditions aside.
But when you’re feeling like that, it’s hard to turn things around. You don’t feel that you have the energy to do anything other than what you absolutely have to, let alone start (or even think about starting) a new hobby, looking for a new job, retraining for a new career or getting in shape.
The coaching process you’ll experience when you work with me will facilitate your transformation one step at a time – you don’t have to do everything at once. We’ll set an inspirational goal – one that lights you up – and then we’ll set milestones and actions for you to work on over the following 3 to six months.
And I’ll be there for you to help you go deep so that we remove all the limiting beliefs and blocks in your way. I’ll be there to stretch you (because a goal that doesn’t stretch you isn’t a goal!). And I’ll be there to provide accountability so you don’t feel as if you’re doing it alone.
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