Be You more

12 May, 2012 (11:10) | posts | By: Jon Lunger, founder of hologramchat

As a life coach, I’ve encountered many people who want to get their goals accomplished faster. The limiting factor to organizing their thoughts usually seems to be a getting stuck between who they want to be and who they think they should be. In their perspective they think following the herd is what has worked for so many. What they forget to creatively analyze is how many successful people had that talk with themselves to determine they would march to their inner drumbeat. Listening to themselves can seem so hard in a world where you hear and see a ton of ads and mixed messages…

What if you could put on the blinders to distractions, following a daily plan to stay focused on your goal. Some say tell others your goals while some say don’t. Writing your goals down seems to be pretty much agreed upon as a good thing to do. If you were a advertiser to yourself, how many times a day would you remind yourself? If the average person needs multiple ads to buy, then it would seem that multiple reminders to yourself would be of some benefit…

I’ve found that using Google calendar is a great way to remind yourself. You can put up a daily reminder to be grateful and take your action step required to advance your project or cause. It may seem obvious or more time consuming than a sticky note, but ask yourself, wouldn’t I benefit from a consistant reminder that can’t get lost? Isn’t repetition the mother of learning? Wouldn’t it be nice to get a daily email saying ” don’t forget to do this” or ” be thankful for F_i_l_l_ i_n_ t_h_e b_l_a_n_k_”.

Hire a coach. Join a mastermind, join a Meetup, get an accountability partner, take a step in the direction of YOUR dream. You know you can be yourself more in your goal setting to offer a unique style of goods or service or new pattern for everyone’s benefit. Giving yourself daily reminders can create a “cheering section” effect where you feel more supported. There are many ways you can think of to blend your experience and know how and style to offer the sense of fulfillment to all. It doesn’t feel right to try to follow a old tired formula. Putting your twist on your sense of self and goals can empower your customer to feel more relaxed because they don’t want to hear the same old same old.

If you are looking for a coach or accountability partner contact me on facebook or someone you vibe with in your circle. Give it a try and leave your comment on how it is going.

To your success,

Jonathan Lunger

p.s. my favorite teacher on becoming the authentic self is Joanie McMahon. I recommend checking out this video where I interviewed her about the nine most common speedbumps or roadblocks to that goal. http://marketonline.mobid

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