For years school teachers declared that a majority of their students did not reach their full potential. For some this characteristic became a costly self-defeating habit, spending over 10% of their wages being rescued annually.
What did the agreement of “not reaching their full potential” have to do with money? Plenty, when these students heard this statement as a child they agreed with it. As an adult, the smallest inconvenience becomes a financial burden for them. At the root of this belief is fear. Fear that if they try they will fail. This fear stops them from finding success.
Like a computer program, the subconscious mind set up situations to prove the individual is not capable of living up to their life potential. The brain then plays out this programming and the adult sees evidence all around them. They see if they make little changes it causes disruption. The result, they experience a feeling of lack and are often ashamed. They may even believe there is something wrong with them and spend years trying to figure out why they feel so helpless.
Transformational Life Coaching becomes a valuable resource. It is for people who are looking to create a self-supportive relationship within. Clients uncover their astonishing hidden knowledge to live courageously.
The single act of coming to coaching shows that the client is ready to let go of their programming. They have taken a step to propel them into a new and courageous life.
Why does it work? Transformational life coaching moves the client into a state of empowerment. They begin to see how courage can propel them into letting go of the original programming. This is a major point of celebration for the coach and client to begin their work.
The first session is often scary for the client, and the coach who recognizes this first act of courage will impact the relationship. The client begins to take other baby steps to find out how capable they truly are. The clients begin to see the financial impact of being courageous to try things on their own. They begin to free up resources and become resourceful to take care of their challenges.
We have seen clients who have asked for that first date. They buy their first home because they know they can learn how to make simple repairs on their new investment. Or, they realize they are savvy enough to hire the right contractor for the job. They take night classes to learn new skills, they recognize they can become a valuable asset at work. These simple little changes in their mindset affect the rest of their life. They find the courage to successfully do new things. Clients begin using their financial resources to propel their life forward.
Ask yourself, have you ever dreamed of doing something great but were never able to push yourself to do it? We can be courageous to fulfill our Life Potential.