The key to getting the most out of the strategies I'm presenting is to [ pick one strategy and create an action step for it] .
I talked to a few Warrior Coaching clients after posting Part 1 and got some good feedback. "I really connected with the strategy to not waste time during the down times" or "I often do the easy things that I like...
Two weeks ago I was in a park on the shores of Lake Ontario early in the morning looking for a place to sit down and do my morning time. There were a few benches facing the water with plaques on them honouring departed family members.
Not sure if you have the same problem as me, but maybe you do.
I'll take a chance and make an assumption that you might. What am I talking about? Have you ever wanted to do something and then didn't follow through, or wanted to change a negative habit but lacked the discipline to do it?
We just finished an amazing Warrior Coaching seminar. The theme of the seminar was 'Taking our God Given Dreams and Turning Them Into Goals'. It has been revealed again and again throughout history that a dream simply stays as a dream unless it is written down as a goal and action steps are attached to it.