Two compelling goals…


Hi Brooke, I’m a long time fan from Italy and I’ve decided to invest in myself and my goal for 2019 by receiving your teachings and guidance while I set it. The most difficult part for me is constraint. For 2018 I had 3 goals I wanted to accomplish and I hit bingo on one, the second one I’m on my way to it – it feels like 80% and the third one was a fail. A fail in the sense “I didn’t take the required action to meet the goal”. The goal that failed is a money goal. What feels most compelling to me right now is to set a baseline for economic independence, but also get read of my emotional eating patterns. I’m not overweight, however I often eat emotionally and I eat stuff that are no good to my guts, so then I feel debilitated with IBS symptoms and I’m mad at myself. You know how much energy I loose in this loop cycle almost every day… So I want to get rid of that (which sounds like an impossible goal to me!) but also it’s essential I make enough money to sustain myself. This year I had a total income of 12.000€ (from which about 5.000€ was from coaching clients – it was my first year in the coaching business). I’d like my income from coaching clients to be up to 65.000€ next year. I would like to work part time on my coaching business as I have another social start-up project going on on the side. As I believe this is not an extremely ambitious money goal, can I have both the money and the breaking emotional eating habit as my impossible goal for 2019? It would sound something like this: By the end of 2019 I make 65.000€ in my part time coaching practice while I heal my relationship to food and my body. How does this sound to you? Your feedback is much appreciated.