Change your thoughts and change your world.
- Norman Vincent Peale
Which one was it?
Did you react?
Or did you respond?
“What’s the difference,” you ask.
Tell me if you’ve ever noticed this before.
This is a tough one to see.
But if you look hard enough, it’s there.
Ask yourself this question the next time you get upset, angry, or annoyed with what somebody else does…
When we aren’t where we want to be or don’t have the things we want, we tend to approach having the new thing from a place of lack and absence.
We start rooted in a negative mindset.
While it’s natural to start from here, it isn’t helpful to stay here.
The benefits are greater than I expected.
I had no idea how impactful changing just one thing would be.
Everything is different.
Every part of my life has transformed in ways I didn’t anticipate.
I love to help people change their lives.
It’s the most rewarding thing I do.
One of the best ways to explain life coaching is to use the Jenga example.
It took me by surprise.
This doesn’t make any sense.
Why would I be afraid of having something I wanted?
One of the things I teach clients is how much control they have over their experiences.
The first step to help them make it easier is to show them why it’s hard.
The meanest thing you can do to yourself is to hate someone else.
I wish someone had told me that a long time ago.
I was awfully mean to myself for a long, long time.
In today’s blog post, I will explain exactly what I did that ended 30 years of struggle, pain, and alcohol and drug addiction so you can apply the same incredibly effective technique to your life and change.
I’m Joe Vilardo, and I’m a Certified Life Coach. I’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about how to let people know who I am and how I can help them.