You are in the right place.
And you are more powerful than you know.
You are a brilliant visionary.
You’re really good at coming up with great ideas for the future. Sometimes, wanting to achieve big things can actually make it hard for you to start working on them because you have so many choices.
You have exponential success.
You’ve been very successful, and even though people admire you, it might not always feel like you had to work very hard to achieve what you did. Sometimes, fast success can make you feel like you’re keeping a secret about not working hard enough.
You have deep, competing commitments that surface as you become more successful.
As you become more successful, you might find yourself committed to different things that sometimes conflict with each other. When you don’t follow through on something you said you’d do, it could be because you’re unknowingly more committed to something else.
You become at ease in the Gray Zone.
There’s a kind of pace you might find comfortable where you’re not exactly resting, but not growing either. This can be like running too hard without much progress. If you stay in this pace too much, it might lead you to not do as well as you could.
You are an exceptional problem solver.
Because you’re really good at solving problems, you tend to wait until something becomes a problem before dealing with it. This can make it hard for you to focus on long-term goals and things like taxes or relationships.
You strive for perfection.
You always want things to be perfect, especially as you succeed more. This can be tough because the more you achieve, the higher the standards you set for yourself, making it harder to start new projects.
You are forward-thinking.
You’re always thinking about what’s coming next, which is great for acting on new ideas. However, this might stop you from seeing patterns in challenges you’ve faced before.
You don’t require assistance.
You’re really impressive and successful on your own, but sometimes you need help too. Even though you’re doing so well, having people to support you personally can be important.
You miss out on hearing the “truth”.
As you become more successful, it can be harder to hear honest opinions from those around you. People might be afraid to tell you what they really think, and that might lead you to miss out on valuable advice.
In a world where many people might tell you what you want to hear, I’m a bit different. You see, I’m not here just to make you happy all the time. I believe in being honest and direct, even if that means saying things you might not want to hear. My goal is to help you overcome your fears and challenges, rather than letting them control you.
I’m like that friend who pushes you to step out of your comfort zone and try new things. I won’t sugarcoat the truth or tell you things are easy when they’re not.
I won’t just nod along and accept your excuses for not taking action. Instead, I’ll challenge you to think critically about those excuses. By questioning your excuses, I want to help you realize your potential and take steps towards your goals.
I believe in being truthful, even when it’s uncomfortable. If there’s something you need to hear, even if it’s not what you expected, I’ll lay it out for you honestly and openly. My intention is to provide you with the insight and perspective that can lead to growth and positive change.
So, while I might not always tell you what you want to hear, know that it comes from a place of genuine care and a desire to see you succeed.