If you could do anything you wanted, do you know what you would choose?
Many people don’t. They know they want some kind of change in their lives. They’re tired of the same-old same-old. But when I ask them what they want, they often can’t tell me. As someone said recently, ruefully, “However, I can tell you what I don’t want to do.”
The unconscious has trouble with negatives. So, thinking about what you don’t want has the effect there of focusing your inner attention on exactly what you are trying to avoid and leaving little space for more constructive thoughts.
Generating creative new ideas, thinking outside the box–these are hopeful terms we use to describe what we’d like to be able to do consistently. But it’s not always easy on your own.
That’s why mentoring and its modern equivalent, coaching, have always been so important to successful people. Having a trained eye available to you, someone who can challenge and support you to take mental risks and action, is an invaluable resource.
If you want to make a substantive change in your life
If you have a goal you want to pursue
If you want to increase your level of well-being as you grow in years.
I would like to help you do “whatever it takes” to get where you want to go, do what you want to do, be what you want to be.