Without support environment always wins

Jay Fiset

Whatever you’re doing will be harder than it needs to be when you don’t have adequate support. 

Check in with yourself frequently to be sure you have sufficient support in place for where you’re wanting to go in your life and business.  

 

 

Where have you stretched yourself recently?

 

Several years ago, having not traveled for a considerably long time, I ventured overseas alone.  My friends and family were concerned at me travelling solo.  Even more so when they realized I didn’t even know anyone at my destination. 

It was a brave bold move on my part.  Coming from a small community in a small country at the end of the earth. 

I knew I was a courageous woman.  I knew I could do it. 

What kept me going was that I knew where I was going. 

I was heading to an event where I’d meet in person some people I’d connected with online. 

I felt confident there was nothing to worry about. 

Until … having spent several hours queueing and progressing at a snail’s pace thru customs, I missed my connecting flight despite my having run thru the terminal from international arrivals to domestic departures.   

Yep, I dipped into panic mode.    

Suddenly I became very concerned that I wouldn’t make it.  I’d miss the welcoming event. 

I remember feeling a whole raft of emotions that ranged from despair to frustration to anger to exhaustion. 

There was also an extreme feeling of missing out, FOMO was very real at that moment for me.  I’d traveled so far, spent so much time and money only to miss out at the last connection.  That’s how it seemed to me at the time anyways. 

Looking back I realize I’d have felt less alone, less frustrated if there’d been someone I could have phoned to let them know what had happened.  That would have reassured me that someone cared, that someone was watching out for my arrival and may have saved me a seat. 

Fast forward a few months I shared the terminal wait and domestic flight with one of the people I’d met at that event.  What a difference that support made.  Knowing that someone was watching out for me; looking for me when I arrived in their country. 

 

Without support environment always wins. 

What that means is that when we stretch ourselves to do something that expands and grows who we are, those people who usually are our support system are not able to support us in the way we need.  They don’t know how cos they haven’t stretched themselves in the way that we are.  

My friends and family at home were way out of their depth supporting me on my first solo journey to the other side of the world.  So much so, that I never told them about my missed connection until I was safely back home. 

 

 

What’s your best next step?

Many of the women I speak with every day are in a quandary.  They want to grow their business, fill their client roster, add an extra zero to their bottom line … and yet, they’re scare that will mean that have to work harder and longer, that they’ll burnout and have no time for them or their family.  

I get it, I’ve felt those same dilemmas.  I’ve felt confused about which step is my best next step to take.  

I’ve opened up some spots on my calendar so you can pick my brains, ask me anything you want and receive some guidance as to what is your best next step for right now.  

Your only investment is your time.  

Let’s do this!  I’m excited to speak with your soon and help identify your very best next step.  

Daphne xx

 

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Daphne Wells, Inspiritress of Can-do-it-ness and founder of Passion for Growth, guides you from unstuck to unstoppable so you can make a difference and make money.

Courageous and high-achieving women business owners and leaders all over the globe hire Daphne so they can grow their businesses without sacrificing themselves in the process.

As a Certified Professional Coach, with a history of birthing and growing small businesses, Daphne has a deep passion for inspiring you to BE your best self in every sphere of your life and business.

Her true magic lies in her ability to clarify, to see possibilities, create ideas and inspire you to take action.

For many years she has represented high-achieving, courageous and successful women in business, business owners, service professionals, coaches, therapists and entrepreneurs; all of whom have big hearts and yearn to make a difference as well as make money.

She lives in the beautiful South Island of New Zealand from where she works with women leaders, business owners and entrepreneurs worldwide.  She’s President of ICF NZ Southern.

 

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 Pick your goals ...

and then focus on them!

 Easier said than done, I hear you!

“Our goals can only be reached through a vehicle of a plan,

in which we must fervently believe

and upon which we must vigorously act. 

There is no other route to success.”

Pablo Picasso

Consistently taking actions to accomplish your goals can seem hard at times.   

There's so much else going on in your life that focusing is easier to talk about than do, right?  And yet it's the only road to success.  

Here are 10 ways to make it easier for you to achieve your goals:

  1. Write them down. Writing them down increases your probability of achieving them.
  2. Display them somewhere you see them every single day. Keep them top of mind.  You attract what you pay attention to. 
  3. Speak them out loud with emotion. The more ways you engage with your goals the more you embody them. 
  4. Write them out every day. Millionaires write their goals down once a day, billionaires write them down twice a day.  Seems to me it’s a no-brainer to write them down at least once a day. 
  5. Visualise when you’ve already achieved them. Imagine yourself when you’ve achieved your goals, what are you doing, where are you, who’s with you?
  6. Set your intentions about how you’ll feel when you’ve achieved them. How you’ll feel when you’ve achieved them, is really more important than what you’ll get. 
  7. Share them with someone. When you tell someone your goals, you increase the likelihood of achieving them. 
  8. Break them down into smaller steps. Reverse engineer from your large goals.  These become the actions you take each day.
  9. Have someone hold you accountable, either a coach or an accountability partner. They’ll hold your hand or kick your butt depending on what you need so that you get stuff done. 
  10. Schedule time each day to take those steps. What you schedule and plan happens.  Don’t leave accomplishing your goals to chance.

 

“Your goals are the road maps that guide you

and show you what is possible for you.”

Les Brown

 

When clients work with me, they make best use of their time so they accomplish their goals faster and easier than they ever would on their own. 

Are you ready to make best use of your time?

Let me know and we'll get you started  xx

  

 

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Daphne Wells, Inspiritress of Can-do-it-ness and founder of Passion for Growth, helps eminent women leaders negotiate change, gain clarity and take action on your secret dreams.

Her true magic lies in her ability to clarify, to see possibilities, create ideas and inspirit you to implement.

As a young woman she quietly and effectively changed an industry, opening doors for women in a previously male-dominated field.  For many years Daphne has guided leaders to be more effective in their roles.   

Courageous and high-achieving women business owners,leaders, coaches, service professionals, therapists and entrepreneurs round the globe, all of whom have big hearts and yearn to make a difference and make money, hire Daphne so they can be clear and focused on their forward direction and growth.

As a certified professional coach, mastermind leader and facilitator, with a history of birthing and growing small businesses, Daphne has a deep passion to inspirit eminent leadership.

She lives in the beautiful South Island of New Zealand from where she works with high-achieving and courageous women leaders, business owners and entrepreneurs worldwide.  She's President of ICF NZ Southern.

Pop on over to grab your FREE chapter of "Must-Dos: the secret to better bottom lines" 

 

 

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