How Badly Do You Want It?

Many of my clients SAY they want to be doing something else, work that is different from what they are currently pursuing.

But they never make the change. Why?

Some say it’s because the time isn’t right – they have other commitments, other obligations, other priorities. They’ll do it “some day.”
Some say that they don’t believe it’s possible so why even try?
Some tell me that they don’t know what to do next and they get worn out trying to figure it out.
And, some talk themselves into believing that “the devil they know is better than the devil they don’t.”

Whatever the reason, these folks never make it past the wishing stage.

Others make it happen. They take steps to find work that is truly meaningful to them, work that is fulfilling and pays well.

What is the difference between these two groups?

Desire. Truly wanting something different. Knowing in the heart that there is something better and being willing to work for it.

Doing the work is critical. If you are thinking about and deeply desiring to do something different in your work world, you must be willing to do the work. What work, you say? The mental work it takes to gain clarity.

Getting clear on your talents.
Getting clear on your skills and experience.
Getting clear on how you can weave these together to make a contribution to a division, a company, the world.
Getting clear on who needs what you have to offer.
Getting clear on how to communicate the value of what you have to offer.

It’s all about getting clear. And that takes work…

If you are willing to work, I can help. I’ve got a proven process – The You Are Free System™ which is designed to clarify your thinking and chart your path. It’s worked for hundreds of clients. You can have it, too. If you need it.

So, do you want to change badly enough? Your choice.

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