“I continue to face the same challenges over and over again, and nothing really changes.”
“I want to achieve my goals, but… How do I break or change old habits and start new, more productive habits?”
“I want to be recognized as someone who achieves goals, but I can’t seem to achieve this one.”
“Affirmations and visualizations work powerfully for me, but lose their meaning over time.”
“I know that if I want something different I have to do something different, but that doesn’t seem to be enough.”
“I let my mood of the moment interfere with the true intentions of my life.”
“Is there a system that will help me live at The Intersection of Purpose and Now?”
“Is there a magic pill?”
Radical Change requires Radical Change
We all have personal and professional results that do not satisfy, but we have become comfortable with the habits and behavior that produce those results – and we’ll do anything to avoid discomfort.
Unless your discomfort turns into unbearable pain – which can become paralyzing in its own way – you fall short of doing the little things consistently that are necessary to create the big change you want. So much remains the same. You endure.
Sometimes we have to do something radical to achieve the kind of change we really want with our work, our roles, our lives.
Are you willing to endure a radical, even painful process, if that’s what it takes to get from where you are now to where you really want to be; to experience that which will truly bring you happiness?
Maybe EVERYTHING has to change for the ONE THING to change that gets you back to The Intersection of Purpose and Now.
- If you want to increase your sales dramatically this year, maybe you need to double or triple the number of cold calls you make each week.
- If you want to become the leader you want to be, maybe you have to stop being the kind of leader you are now.
- If you want to lose 100 pounds, maybe you must cancel your Direct TV contract as well as becoming faithful and intentional about your eating habits and exercise. “TV makes you fat,” as one of my clients says.
What do you really want? What will make you truly satisfied, truly happy, truly successful?
What must change?
What must change about you to achieve the change you really want?