I think I know everything I need to know.
And I’m being serious too…
Have you considered the notion that you already know everything you need to know also?
But knowing and doing are two very different things.
I think there’s this limiting belief we have.
The origin of this belief is the true statement that:
“We can’t know everything there is to know.”
That is true.
That’s not the limiting belief we have.
The limiting belief we have is that,
We can’t know everything we need to know.
That is entirely untrue.
As coaches we teach people to be resourceful, find answers within themselves, and consider alternative perspectives when stuck.
As people, though, we ourselves can quickly forget to follow our own advice.
One of the crucial errors I continue to observe coaches making in their own practices is to:
Believe that they can’t know exactly what they should do in their business.
They do absolutely everything.
This is the worst course of action you can take.
Because aside from making it impossible to determine which course of action will succeed,
you burn yourself out,
“catch none of the rabbits you chase”
and never earn a truly great income.
I talk more about information vs wisdom here in the podcast episode below.
I would encourage you to take a listen.
If the message resonates with you,
watch my case study that dives deeper into the practices coaches must make if they wish to build a profitable coaching practice.
One of the best things you can do, which is why you likely became a coach in the first place, is to encourage yourself to seek the advice of those who have found the results you, yourself, are seeking.
Now that is a wise solution.
To carrying out your dreams,