A Master, a Stressor, or a Dabbler–Which Are You?
What do you do when you hit a plateau or challenge in your business (or anything, for that matter)?
According to a video I watched recently by one of my mentors, Tony Robbins, what you do characterizes you as one of three types of people, and determines your success or failure in life. Read more to hear this interesting twist.
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Are You Walking Your Talk?
Have you ever been in a session with a client or in a consultation/sales conversation with someone and been recommending they do something you believe is in their best interest to do (take some action, purchase from you), and in the back of your mind you hear a little voice yelling, “Hypocrite! You’re not doing/willing to do that!”?
I can raise my hand on that. And a part of me feels guilty for being inauthentic. I’m not “walking my talk.” It becomes a reality check for me–as a coach, as a leader, and as a person striving to achieve my own goals.
I am guessing this has happened to you, too, at least on some occasions. So what can we do when these “hypocrite” moments arise?
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