Happiness is the meaning and purpose of life, the whole aim and end of human existence. - Aristotle
Having a difficult time trying to decide what your coaching niche is going to be?
Not sure if it’s the right niche or if you will be able to make money with that niche?
Do you have too many niches that you can’t decide which one will be best for you?
Yep, all these questions can leave you feeling overwhelmed, stressed out and unsure of your coaching business.
The key to feeling confident with 100% clarity on the niche your are going into is to avoid these 5 most common mistakes that coaches make when choosing a coaching niche.
Have you ever stopped to ask yourself if you are truly doing all the thing you know you should do?
You know to eat healthy...but do you?
You know to save more money...but do you?
You know to be kind...but are you?
You have more information at your finger tips than ever before, knowing isn't enough. The old saying that "knowledge is power" is inaccurate, it is potential power. Knowledge in action is power.
“Most folks are about as happy as they make their minds to be.” - Abraham Lincoln
Everyday we wake up we have choices, the largest of which is what we focus on. We may have challenges in our lives, we may be facing the biggest set back of our lives, but what is in our control is our focus. If we focus on the problem it gets magnified, if we focus on the solution it gets magnified.
Now it is not going to be easy in the worst of times to choose happiness but the option is always there. Day by day, hour by hour, even minute by minute we have the ability to be happy on purpose.
Aristotle said,”Happiness is the meaning and the purpose of life, the whole aim and end of human existence.” If that were true, why do so many of us experience frustration, anger, stress and tension in our lives. It’s been said that were our focus goes, energy flows. Focusing on what makes us unhappy leads to more of the same, it takes no more energy or effort to focus on what does...
“The highest courage is to dare to appear to be what one is.” - John Lancaster Spalding
How true to yourself are you really being? With social media, the internet and all of modern technology, many people are putting up false fronts of who they are projecting to be. As Aesop said, “It is easy to be brave from a safe distance.” And that’s what our phones and computers allow us to do, be at a safe distance…
Take a moment to look through your social posts. How true of a representation of who you truly are is coming through in what you put out there. Thomas Jefferson said, “Honesty is the first chapter of the book of wisdom.” This includes being honest with yourself! Are you being honest with yourself, do you have the courage to face yourself in the mirror and step into your greater self?
Whether it is a job you hate, a relationship that isn’t working, a dream you are not pursuing but know in your heart that it really would light...
Meet the sunrise with confidence. Fill every golden minute with right thinking and worthwhile endeavor - Alonzo Newton Benn
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