Hello coaches. I’ve been watching videos on the possibility formula, which makes sense to me. I’ve also mapped out, in the last 3 months since joining Scholars, my impossible goal to expand my business as a therapist. I’ve created a good list of tasks, have added most of them to calendar. Yet I think what really gets in the way is my thinking & belief – which is what I want to work on. Here are my 2 models today on this. Can you help me progress with them? particularly in the thought work.
C: watched videos on possibility formula yesterday. Mapped out my goal (amount I want to make & timeframe, value I offer, who I offer it to). Added tasks to calendar.
T: I’m deluding myself / kidding myself: it’ll never happen.
A: can lead mainly to inaction eg avoidance of adding all tasks to calendar, and/or avoidance of doing them when the time comes
Eg Had mapped out impossible goal in october but somehow never got around to adding all goals
Avoided specific goals completely
can lead to unclear thinking / confused thinking
can lead to a variety of self attacking thoughts
can lead to buffering of all kinds (social media, overeating, news watching, Twitter)
R: It doesn’t progress, things remain as they are: a good job, a good income, but not taking it to next level.
Model on Intentional Thought
C: watched videos on possibility formula yesterday. Mapped out my goal (amount I want to make & timeframe, value I offer, who I offer it to). Started adding tasks to calendar.
F: clarity OR confidence
A: focus on one thing at a time
look after myself (body, mind, feelings, friendships, family) in order to have a great foundation
Look after my health as a foundation
Finish mapping out tasks on calendar & keep using Monday Hour One techniques to achieve
Be kind with organising calendar: leave margins as I know that works for me
thought work on confidence & belief: take to coaching
Work on tasks towards impossible goal one at a time, keep adding more
R: I achieve my impossible goal