So many of my clients don’t know what they want.
And Deborah, was no different.
Deborah left our call, torn. She had a decision to make. The problem was, that she couldn’t see what she wanted her perfect life to look like. All she had was a vague sense of unease and that feeling that she wanted something different. And that’s a good thing.
Knowing what we don’t want, is as important as knowing what you do want.
And your fabulous life, is just that. It’s for you. No one else.
Your fabulous life will look very different to mine.
Now, if you don’t know what you want, then you will have to do a little digging. Which can be so much fun.
I’d love to help you and so that it is easier for you to know what it is that you want, take a moment to answer the questions below. Why? Well, all of us need a little outside help from time to time. We can only know what we know. And I know that you will become more successful if you are more aware of who you are and what drives you. Understanding that will better define what it is that you really want.
Your answers will change and grow over time so it might be wise to journal your responses. Then, by the time we get to chat, we will be able to move quickly to a plan.
Why do you want change in your life? Ask yourself that several times, drill down. Your “why” might surprise you. Often it’s very different from what you think it is. We are looking for what is really driving you.
This deep desire is what is really important to tap into.
There are no right or wrong answers. This is your life we are talking about.
Imagine that you are living your ideal day now. The imagery I want you to conjure up is to have as much vivid and contextural detail as possible. Use all your five senses (sights, sounds, aromas, textures and taste). Then play it like a movie from the time you wake up iuntil the time you tuck in at night.
Here are some prompts:
- What time do you want to wake up? For me, waking without an alarm clock is bliss. I haven’t owned one for years.
- Who (if anyone) is beside you?
- Where do you live?
- What does your home look and feel like?
- With whom do you spend most of your time?
- What do you talk about?
- What are you wearing?
- How many hours do you work each week?
- What is it that you do?
- What do you read?
- How do you spend your family time?
- What’s your relationship like with your partner?
- What are your thoughts about your life?
- How do you spend your evenings?
- What kind of music do you listen to?
- What do you watch on television?
- How do you spend your leisure time?
- What is your bedtime routine?
- What are your last thoughts before you go to sleep?
Once you know what you want your life to look, it’s time to think about the “how.”
And that’s a whole other conversation.
For now, let’s keep refining that perfect day, until you feel as though you could embody that perfect day today. And if you’re stuck, then message me. All of us need a little help every now and again.