Give somebody one million dollars and they’re not going to hesitate to make changes.
If there was a magic pill that was scientifically proven to cause weight loss safely, people would buy it off the shelves faster than toilet paper in Corona 2020.
People love the idea of change, especially when it’s something they know they want in their lives. But yet they still don’t pursue it. Why not?
It’s not change that people are resisting, it’s the thought of losing what they have.
It’s only normal, when contemplating a change, to cling to what you know and what you already have. Even though it’s not what you want--it’s familiar.
At times guilt will arise: “I should be grateful for what I have.” (especially considering the world today)
If not guilt, then it’s worry and ...
"I know what I want but I just don't know how to get there," a client recently told me.
It makes perfect sense that you'd be reluctant to take action when you're unsure if it'll even work.
With so much to do already, it's understandable that you're reluctant to experiment with taking actions toward new goals.
On the other side of this uncertainty, however, you might just find the answer. Anything worth doing takes a little bit of faith.
Faith means letting go of outcomes and choosing to take steps into the dark unknown to find your proof--your answers.
In this video, I show you the four words that every successful person has absolute clarity in. Start here, apply some faith to the equation, and you might just be amazed at how much influence you have to create the results you desire.