Simplify and accomplish more.
Sooner or later you reach a point where you can't try any harder. It may be that your spirit flags you or that your physical and mental resources are stretched to the limit. And often, well before you come to that set of circumstances, you reach the point of diminishing return—trying harder starts producing less. Sometimes, in fact, intensifying your efforts produces nothing except bigger problems. Price Pritchett
The most common issue I’ve seen across the board has to do with clients who lose sight of their vision. The result? The loss of time, money, and energy, which has them going in circles.
Ironically, a racecar driver has to pull over and come to a complete stop to win the race. And to lead high performing lives, we too have to pull over and take pit stops, so we can check in at a deeper level – where our power really lies.
The payoff? The clarity needed to stop chasing and start leading.
Do you feel like you’re working hard without seeing the results that you really want?
Quit trying harder.
Think beyond what common sense would allow.
Make your move before you’re ready.
Look inside for the opportunity.
As you shift your focus from the outside in, you simplify your life and accomplish more, by tapping into your own source of being.
Trust yourself and the rest will fall into place beautifully. I promise.
“I had no idea that being my authentic self could make me as rich as I've become. If I had, I'd have done it a lot earlier.” —Oprah Winfrey