If you are at a point in your life that either your desire or frankly, your frustration has you uncomfortable with your current experience, then it’s time to transition. Life literally is too short to be full of unrealized ideas and dreams. Let me share a simple, yet powerfully effective 4 step process for a successful transition.
Honestly…..what do things look like right now? Transition is only possible from where you are to where you want to be if you are willing to be honest. Time to get out your notebook and to write down what is really going on for you right now. Honest, “spill your guts” narrative of what you are putting up with and currently trying to change. Allow your pain and frustration to pour into the words on your pages. Let it all out.
Where do you want to be a year from today? Pretend for a minute that you experienced a radical transformation of sorts and you just achieved every financial and physical goal for the next year. Where are you now? What specifically does your life look like? Where are you living, how much are you making and what does the material aspects of your life look like? Write down everything! Allow yourself to enjoy the details. Many are held in their current situations by not having a clear picture of where they want to go. Don’t let this be you.
What’s your why? Knowing your why and the heart based motivation that comes from your why is the fuel that gets things done. Allow this step to have meaning. Make it as personal as possible. Look within and find what’s waiting to be let loose in your life.
How will you get there? As a success coach this a big part of what I get paid to help you with. If you will set down with me and share where you are, where you want to go and why you want to get there, I will help you write the step by step plan to make it happen. Within my coaching circle often I am a phone call away from one or more experts in any field.
Mastery of this transition process has little to do with having the time or resources. Success comes from taking action. 4 simple steps that can be done on your own or with my assistance. A coaching relationship often provides much needed motivation and accountability.