Some of you are moving into the new year with HUGE goals - I know I am! I spend a whole day with my own coach mapping out 2020, which is about to be the biggest quantum leap I've ever had btw.
Having that container to uncover where my blocks are, talk through the stop signs, tell my ego to shut up, and step fully into my power feels good for me and my business. I do it every year. And every year my business grows exponentially.
Because I create space for it. Having high level support is non-negotiable for me.
We laughed, I cried, did the internal work and now I feel ready to rock. it was a whole vibe. But - man, am I excited about what's coming!!! PS - also hiring a new OBM, so if you know one please have them shoot me an email.
One thing that I know for sure is you are going to have to show up as a bigger, better version of yourself if you want the bigger, better version of life.
Quick Journaling exercise for you:
Write down your 2020 Vision.
Then after it's all laid out, ask yourself, who do i need to become in order to make all of this manifest.
For some of you, you will need to be more disciplined, others will need to be more intentional, others will need to stop letting fear be the stop sign. Some of you will need to stop overthinking and just do the dang thing! Whatever it is...That's the work you need to do.
Cuz we aren't gonna go into the new year with the same negative beliefs and patterns that don't serve us.
Every moment is a holy instant where you can make a new choice.
So... Tell me, who is this new version of you? I'd love to hear
Conversations with a 17 yr old about confidence and goals.
If you know anything about me, you know that I have a huge heart for the kids! I’ve actually been working with youth for almost 2 decades now! 🤯
Vivian Nolo and I were able to host a Life Skills Series with the Miami Dade Library system. We talked about goals. We went through some exercises to help them get some clarity and learn how to set them – even if they were only in middle and high school (we had a few college students too).
After the workshop, one of the 17-year-olds came up to me and said: “how do you find the confidence to have a goal.” Yea…that hits you hard doesn’t it? Such a great question.
First of all, the fact she recognized that goal setting does require a level of confidence.
Second, the self-awareness that that’s what she needed at the moment.
We talked. Turns out she has HUGE aspirations, but too scared to say them out loud, too afraid to believe in them… And in herself fo that matter. I gave her some things to think about, I am a coach after all. She hugged me after. We parted ways.
I hope she remembers that conversation. I hope she remembers that someone, somewhere believes in her dreams and wants her to achieve them.
I’ve done a lot of work with inner-city and underprivileged youth, so… This gave me a flashback. It’s been a while, but kids still struggle with the same things that grown-ups do.
Those kids grow up to be adults. And those adults end up being my clients. Sometimes all you need is someone to stand with you and say Yes!
Yes to the crazy dream. Yes to the vision. Yes to the goal. Yes to YOU!
So, if you need someone to say yes to that for you today… Then YES! I’m here. I’m with you. And I’m ready when you are.
Xoxo Dr. TT
And if you want us to come to host this series with your organization, shoot me a message! Let’s chat!