☑️ You got the job you always wanted.
☑️ You got the partner you always wanted (mostly anyway).
☑️ You even have the car.
So why aren’t you happy? ????♂️
This is a question a lot of business owners and executives ask themselves, and yet few ever talk about it.
The reason is simple really – you’re not fulfilled because you’ve spent a lot of time chasing things external of yourself.
I know this can sound like a lot of hocus pocus, go hug a tree, kind of stuff… but it’s the truth.
You set goals, and you knock them down like pins at the bowling world championships (I assume that’s a thing). Someone sets them up, and you knock them down. You set them up… and again, you knock them down.
When was the last time, or the first time, that you took that level of tenacity to explore your inner world – who you are as a person… really?
Chances are that answer is never.
The ironic part about it is that when you explore the deeper parts of yourself, it makes achieving your dreams easier… because you’re going after the right dreams and not dreams created by society or someone who raised you.
But you can’t truly know what your dreams are without exploring your own personal inner world.
But that’s scary and we don’t talk about that… because we’re worried about what we might find. Or not find.
When business owners ask me what I’ve found to be a key differentiator between those that are wildly successful and those that only achieve a certain level of success, my answer is always “mindset”.
What I really mean is that the truly successful people I know have taken the time to work on their inner game and raise the bar there, thus making business, relationships, and health all the more easier for them.
And guess what… they never stop working at it either.
The fastest way to do this is to invest in yourself through either a coach, mentor, or program designed to make you look at yourself in new ways.
Think of yourself as Indian Jones, but the lost arch you’re searching for is inside of you. ????️♀️
Want to know more – just ask me. This is what I do and if you’ve read this far, you’re ready.