Those of you familiar with what I teach will know that the self-coaching model that I use starts with a circumstance, the things that happen outside of us, and ends with a result. And something I’ve noticed lately when coaching my clients is how people (myself included) want our results to change our circumstances. However, this should never be the intention when using the self-coaching model.
The reason this confusion comes up for so many people is because defining a result can be challenging. So, instead of always looking for a new circumstance in your results, I want to give you some clarity over what a new result might look like in your life. Now, this is pretty advanced stuff, so if I lose you in this episode, I highly recommend you check out the Podcast Roadmap, so you can fill any gaps in your understanding.
Join me on the podcast this week to discover for a little more understanding of the differences between your circumstances and your results. I’m sharing why this is such a confusing distinction, and how to identify your desired results, so you can start working towards them, instead of trying to constantly change your circumstances.
Don’t forget to grab the Podcast Roadmap if you haven’t already! It will walk you through the episodes that will get you up to speed on everything that I teach here.
What You’ll Learn on this Episode:
- Why the idea is never to change a circumstance in your life, no matter how troubling it may seem.
- How we confuse our results and our circumstances.
- What new results might look like for you.
- Why we crave the results we are trying to achieve.
- How to identify the results you actually desire, instead of wishing your circumstance would change.
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