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Are you creating the relationship you need to coach a client?
As a Brian Tracy Certified Business Coach, you know that relationship building is a big part of business and of business coaching.
One thing Brian Tracy is pretty firm on is reality.
Even when it comes to happiness. He’s even written a book on it called “No Excuses! The Power of Self-Discipline.”
It seems that Brian likes to get into your Brain.....
Brian always starts with a reality check: what do you know for sure, Murphy’s Law and then some (things tend to go from bad to worse), how can you establish clarity and a bunch of other hard questions.
He never points to magic solutions, he points to listening to your own inner voice. In Brian Tracy’s world, we already know what to do, it’s just a matter of doing it, no matter how hard it might seem – or embarrassing, or impossible, or painful or ridiculous. Just suck it up and do it.
In a piece Brian wrote for Oprah.com, called “How to Access Your Inner Voice,” he suggests you ask yourself these three questions about your own happiness:
He insists you answer each question thoroughly and honestly – giving each question as many answers as you can come up with.
If you really take the time to do this, to really listen to yourself, then you’ll end up with a pretty good idea of what happiness means to you and what you truly have to do to make it happen.
Then you have to act on the answers to those questions.
“Think about what you can do, starting immediately, to create the happiness you envision.”
It makes sense that the process of acting on your idea of happiness will feed on itself. Every time you do something towards your happiness – you will get happier. So go ahead. Do it.
Need help getting started? There’s a Brian Tracy trained FocalPoint Business Coach in your area, give them a call.