endings

Will 2022 be your mind-heart-blowing year?

THIS WEEKS LEADERSHIP INSIGHT
Experience JOY while finishing STRONG.

 

I ran competitively most of my childhood and one of the things I learned very quickly (in a 300M hurdle race) was when people were in eyesight of the finish line they would exhale, literally. Following the exhale they would go into cruise control. They wouldn’t necessarily back off, but they’d cruise.

That was my cue to give it everything I got, pump my arms, lengthen my stride, and lock eyes 100 yards past the finish line.

When I look at how I finish my year, business or personal, it’s no different.

The goal is to experience JOY in the midst of finishing strong.

For my super-driven people who naturally finish the year strong, pay close attention to the experience you’re having.
I bet you’re reliable to create results, but where I see an opportunity for you, is to focus on the experience while you’re taking action.
When I finished a race, I would be in my zone. I didn’t actually feel like I was “working harder” but I was committed. Because of that commitment, I felt God partnering with me (insert what you believe) and because of that, (humbly) I generally won.

Coaching Question
We have 4 weeks left in the year, and if you’re committed to having a heart-blowing 2022, then how will you choose to BE and what action will you take to finish the year strong? (Hint: who you BE has everything to do with who you are)


 

For anyone who wants additional support, pls email me and I’ll share you with a special ‘End of The Year’ process I’ve been doing with my clients for years that has helped them actualize desires that they never thought was possible.

Remember, anything is possible. Truly.

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How do you do Endings?

Today’s leadership kick: Your Leadership In Endings

Have you thought of it that way?! 🤔⁠⁠
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Do you linger until you’re the last one there?⁠⁠
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Do you do an Irish exist?⁠⁠
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Do you start to withdraw near the end and move on to the next thing?⁠⁠
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Do you promise to keep in touch but then never do?⁠⁠
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Do you walk down memory lane during the end?⁠⁠
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Do you get a pit in your stomach and feel lonely?⁠⁠
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It’s not that there’s a wrong way or a right way when it comes to endings, but I do believe it’s an opportunity to get complete with whatever is coming to an end. To say what you need to say, so that when you put your head on your pillow at night you have zero regrets. ⁠⁠
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Because endings can be painful. It can be tempting to skip right over them and not let yourself feel all the feels. If you choose to lead that way, you risk skipping over gold that’s available to you.

 

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