This client has been on the long, slow career path for far too many years. She knows that she’ll reach her goals eventually, but is there no way to speed up her progress? When can we know when we’re ready to take the leap? How much preparation is necessary and how much of a role does skill level play in our chances of success?
Our fear of failure can be crippling and our minds will come up with all kinds of excuses as to why we’re not ready to go for what we truly want. If you want to learn an easy and gentle way to release that fear, especially when it comes to the workplace (but it’s really applicable to all areas of life), this call is for you.
Topics covered on this call
- She just started a new job in the field of her choice (IT), and would like some help becoming successful in her new career
- She wants to eventually become a database administrator, but doesn’t feel that she’s ready yet
- It’s taken her a long time to get to this point and she’s very willing to keep putting in her time and paying her dues. Is this necessary?
- How do you know when you’re ready to take the leap? How much preparation is enough?
- How her limiting beliefs are “ruining” her passion
- Why a willingness to “work really hard” is detrimental and can really slow us down
- The simple way to bridge the gap between something where she is right now and where she wants to be (how to get there from here)
- Uncovering the assumptions she’s made on just how hard her path has to be, and showing her why they’re utter crap
- The difference between believing you can do something “eventually” and actually lining up with it
- How important is skill level, really?
- What about qualifications? Industry standards? The opinions of those doing the hiring? Aren’t any of those important?
- Overcoming the fear of failure when you’re starting something new
- How experts really become experts and masters really become masters
- How our definitions of success can keep us from manifesting what we want
- De-activating the fear or failure by redefining the definition of success