One morning, Steve is ready to leave for work to attend an important meeting. But, "Oh no!", his car won't start! He quickly call for a taxi, and thankfully it was in the local area and arrives promptly... After hearing Steve's workplace address, the taxi driver reassures him that he will arrive in good time. Steve finally starts to relax, enjoying being a passenger for a change.
Steve experiences déjà vu travelling familiar streets, until suddenly the taxi driver makes an unexpected turn and appears to be going the wrong way! Sensing Steve's nervousness, the driver smiles and calmly explains that a new road was recently built, and it's much quicker than going the old way... A short time later, Steve is relieved to arrive at work in record time! :-)
Thanks to our helpful taxi driver, Steve now knows there is a much quicker way to get to work. This leads me to a question:
After many years of driving the "old way", do you think it will take Steve years to learn to drive to work the new way? No?? OK, well will it take him a few months (or at least several weeks?) to adopt this new shortcut? No, of course not!! ;-)
From the moment Steve becomes aware a new way exists, it immediately becomes available to him. The "old way" can be replaced with a new, much more efficient way. Understandably, Steve might still drive his old way from time-to-time if he isn't paying attention -- but with practice choosing the new way, it will become automatic surprisingly quickly.
Just like Steve's taxi driver, I love assisting people from all walks of life to discover new shortcuts between:
- (A) "Wherever they are starting from..."; and
- (B) "Wherever they desire to be!" (both short-term, and for the foreseeable future)
On a daily basis, I continually seek and carefully fine-tune ways to bridge the gap between point (A) and (B) for myself and others.
A critical first step is being as clear as possible about what you truly desire [point (B) in this example]. Next we review your current situation [point (A)] and locate any obvious (and not-so-obvious) opportunities and challenges. This provides the foundation to identify action-steps towards the results you seek -- in a joyful, efficient and harmonious way for all involved.
Here is feedback I received from another client, Bryan (he courageously committed to a three month program with me):
"Hi Jason, Just wanted to say thank you for all of your energy, creativity and enthusiasm over the last few months. The shift in mindset around wealth creation over the last couple of months has had a big impact on my life. Especially when putting it into action has meant that I have now replaced my income from work with a passive income. What that means for me on a day to day basis is I no longer need to work to support myself which gives me the time to do other things I enjoy, including looking at other ways of creating more income and long-term wealth. Helping me get clear on what I want and then guiding me to taking the right steps to fulfill on my goals has been both exciting and challenging and I cant wait to see what's in store for next few months." -- Bryan
No matter what you have done, or not done, you deserve to have more of what you do want (and less of what you don't). Whether it's taking your success to the next level, or facing a challenge of any kind, I invite you to contact me.