What keeps you going?

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What keeps you going?

Blue, hazy days.

Grey, dark days.

Pink, rosy days.

Bright yellow sun-shiny days.

I have them all!

What keeps me going is that I’m a positive person to the core.

I’m fascinated by the future.

I’m a dreamer who sees visions of what could be. For me. And for others.

And I cherish those visions.

Especially for those I’m serving and supporting. Especially for my clients.

My personality wants everything I touch to be the very best it can be. Not in some egotistical way.

It’s my strong belief that if everyone is seeking to be their very best self and treating others as well as they would love to be treated then what a wonderful world we’d live in.

Excellence, not average, is my measure.

Taking something from below average to slightly above average takes a great deal of effort and for me is not overly rewarding.

Transforming something strong into something stunningly superb takes just as much effort but is so, so very much more thrilling.

What keeps me going on the blue days, the grey days, and even the black days is that my deepest desire is to serve and support others create something stunningly superb in their life and their business.

What about you?
What keeps you going?

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Daphne Wells, founder of Passion for Growth, guides you to grow your business to full bloom while creating a lifestyle you love so you can make a difference and make money. For over 6 years she has represented highly-motivated, courageous and successful women in business, small business owners, coaches, therapists and entrepreneurs. As an ICF credentialed coach, with a history of birthing and growing small businesses, Daphne has a deep passion for inspiring you to recognise and appreciate your magnificence whilst you grow your fabulously successful business. Her true magic lies in empowering you to do it your way. She lives in the beautiful South Island of New Zealand from where she works with women business owners and entrepreneurs worldwide.  She’s President of ICF NZ Southern. Grab her FREE eBook ‘3 Keys to GET MORE CLIENTS’ at www.DaphneWells.com  

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Daphne Wells coaches women to design a life and business that feels free by helping to release expectations that don’t resonate and fully embrace what makes them happiest. An advocate for independence and author of Decide – Choose your own path, Daphne helps women find their inner strength and take courageous action all over the world.

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