You’re doing the work, day after day, month after month, year after year, and wondering when you’re going to see the fruits of your labor. When’s the payoff coming?
You might be growing frustrated because you can’t see any actual, tangible results from your efforts.
Whether you’re building a business from the ground up, boosting your sales, expanding into new lines of business, working on your health and wellness, or any other endeavor, there’s no magic bullet. There are no shortcuts.
You’ve got to do the work consistently over a long period of time, and have patience and trust in the process.
But what if we stopped viewing it as work, which suggests it’s a chore or an obligation, and started viewing it– whatever “it” is defined as for you– as an honor and a privilege, allowing yourself to operate from a place of inspiration. Moment after moment, you’re given the opportunity to make a choice that moves you in the direction you want to go.
Oh, now it’s getting fun. It’s supposed to be fun. It’s supposed to feel like something you’re drawn to.
Not because it’s easy. Quite the opposite, in fact. It’s often messy. And painful. And exhausting. And fear-inducing. And sometimes feels downright regressive.
Some days you feel like you’re taking one step forward and two steps back. And other days you’re catapulted through what feels like years of progress.
What the actual f**k is going on here?
Welcome to the world of growth, of personal betterment.
The world of ditching the need to see actual, concrete evidence of your progress, all while racing the clock, in exchange for a way of life where everything is rigged in your favor and unfolding exactly as it should be, timing and all.
So given that, what’s the rush anyways? Why this preoccupation with racing to the finish line? Because when we’re rushed we’re stressed and when we’re stressed we’re literally pinching ourselves off from what we truly want.
What we truly want comes to us when we’re at ease, and relaxed, and purpose-driven, and clear-minded, and having fun along the way.
You go to the gym and lift weights, and don’t see actual physical evidence of your muscles growing from one day to the next, yet you keep showing up because you know you’ll eventually see results, right?
Do that same thing here. Keep showing up. Consistency. Patience. Trust in the process. Believe in yourself.
That’s ‘bout all ya need. Oh, and me. You need me to help you. Grab a time here. I’d love to chat.