I was reading this post this morning and it struck me…
My first response was - gosh, I encounter so many people like this in my coaching, people who are unwilling to change the way they are doing things even when it's not working, even when it's not serving their goals. And then I took a breath and saw how I was sending judgement out.
And you know what they say about glass houses right? So I turned the mirror around and asked myself, "Where am I being like Claire?"
Where have I built a wall between myself and my goal. A wall made of conditions and expectations.
What are the things I need to try that are outside of what I am 'willing' to do?
What are the hard lines I've drawn for myself that just aren't serving me?
And how am I going to change that today?
And I came up with some interesting answers, some interesting growth opportunities that I want to lean into, some non-negotiables that really need to be looked at again, some hard lines that just don't need to be there, and some serious connections I need to be making to find my next powerful client, the one who scares m because she's already so awesome - the one who is already creating magic in the world and wants a coach who will walk the path with her. She's already on her way, what internal boundaries do I need to cross so that she can find me?