Have you ever been to a carnival? You know the one with the Merry-Go-Round, Fun House and games that you never really can win at?
Have you ever felt you were going around and around and not really getting anywhere?
Ever felt like when you looked in the mirror your reflection back was distorted, Not what you thought you looked like at all?
Ever felt like the game was rigged and only a select few were able to "make it"?
Then the Change Challenge of February 2019 is for you!
You will learn the dynamics of change. You will learn ways to overcome the feelings of being overwhelmed or underwhelmed.
Join the Change Challenge and get a better understanding about why Change is not to be feared but to be embraced.
Change Challenge 2019!
Ready to dive into the Change Challenge?
Change is something that happens to all of us whether we want it or not.
Change can be scary when we are confronting it alone. Why not join us for an opportunity to join others in a month long Change Challenge?
You will be in a closed private group on Facebook where you can post each day to the prompts that you will find.
The Change Challenge is based on a scientific model that has been shown to work and has been used by behavior specialists for over 30 years.
Are you ready to create a new habit? Ready to have a shift in your personal or professional life?
Want to learn the different stages to change and incorporate them into your daily life?
Join the Change Challenge by registering here: Change Challenge 2019!
Creating a road map begins with an inventory.
I have a great worksheet for you - it's free, just sign up for my newsletter to get it!
What is a goal road map?
You start with an end date in mind. Let's use the end of 2019:
Now what do you have to do today to begin the process?
What action step are you going to take to meet that goal?
One idea is to figure out: What is your ideal client?
We have all had clients we worked with and it didn't work out. Look at that client that wasn't the right fit and that can help you find the qualities you want in the perfect client.
My example for my perfect customer is: someone who wants a change, is ready to explore their options and do the work, who is ready and wants to move forward. They are motivated, they trust in the process, they embrace and expect compassion and honesty from their coach and they know that they set the agenda and need to follow through with their tasks. They understand that a coach is someone who helps them stay accountable on task and asks them questions to help peel back the layers of resistance.
As I reflect and journal over my own life, I came upon the word worthy. Here is what came up:
Let us all start the New Year with this thought!
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Judy has become known as the coach who has a great “attitude about gratitude!”
Her coaching style focuses on individual strengths; by focusing on our strengths we can positively impact those around us.
She has an extensive background in training 25++ years.
She conducts training around the nation.