I thought this was perfect, especially considering the timing with Black Friday next week.
As a life coach, I talk to clients often about goals. I start with this question: What do you want that you already have?
My answer might be: “I have a life coaching blog that I love and am excited about every time I post to it.”
I used to ask clients simply: “What do you want?” but I found people always listed only the things they didn’t already have.
“Who cares?” you might ask.
I care because the important part of the answer to these questions is not the actual answer; it’s how the answers make you feel.
What do you want? A three-book deal with a major publishing house.
How does it feel to want that? Lousy since I don’t think I’ll ever get it.
When we want things from a place of lack, we take very different actions than we do when we want…
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