In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two different emails from two different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who got a degree in Internet Technologies. He has a good job in a nice office earning good money. However, he hates his job and his bosses. His real passion is music. He wants to be a full time musician and sometimes becomes very impatient with his progress. He wonders if he is pushing himself hard enough. I discuss what he should be focusing on.
The second email is from a viewer who is recently divorced and almost had his arm amputated two years ago. He’s had twelve surgeries, but only has 50% of his arm function back. Despite all of his setbacks at his young age of twenty, he credits my work with helping him learn to love himself, respect himself and know his own self worth. He’s also no longer an over-pursuer, too much of a nice guy and a needy clingy pushover.
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“You must take relentless and consistent action to be able to one day spend your life in your own way. Success is a process and not an overnight destination. You must practice infinite patience with yourself and your progress, and learn to accept the fact that where you are in life is ok, but that it is not where you will always be. Sometimes it will feel like you are not making any progress in your career, personal life, your health, finances or the things you most want to change for the better. The key to success is to be able to take action in spite of your fears, the risks and the potential for failure. Simply focus like any great professional athlete does on trying to get a little better each and every day. Don’t focus on what you do not yet have or have yet to accomplish, instead focus on what you can do today to move yourself forward, and what you can be grateful for right now. Success is a long journey that often takes many years and even decades to achieve. You can choose to settle, be mediocre and average like most people do, or you can choose to take action towards what you want without becoming attached to how long it takes you to get there. Patience, persistence, perseverance, learning and adapting your approach along the way is what will make your dreams a reality.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne