DAY 11: IMPROVE YOURSELF & YOUR INCOME

EMERALD PHASE POST DAY 11: Improve Yourself & Increase Your Income

 

Quote of the Day: “If you want to be wealthy and happy, learn this lesson well: Learn 

to work harder on yourself than you do on your job.” ––Jim Rohn

 

 

Most of us have been taught to pursue success by focusing on what we want to do and our tendency is to go directly for those things and the money required to provide for them. What if I told you that this focus was the main reason why most 

people never reach those goals?

 

Our greatest leverage to achieve our goals in life, and succeed as a Coach, is our focus on improving who we are and who we are becoming.

 

This is why personal development is a non-negotiable element of successful coaching.

 

As world-renowned author Jim Rohn says, “I’ve found that income rarely exceeds personal development. Sometimes income takes a lucky jump, but unless you learn to handle the responsibilities that come with it, it will usually shrink back to the 

amount you can handle.”

 

Remember, the G.R.O.W. acronym to get the most out of your personal development by keeping these ideas front and center in your mind.

 

  •  Goal: What are you trying to improve or achieve?

  •  Reality: Where are you now? What’s working? What’s holding you back?

  •  Opportunities: What are your areas of strength and how can you play to those strengths more?

  •  Way Forward: How are you going to handle challenges? What are your next steps?

 

Make sure you’re doing at least 10 minutes of personal development each day!

 

YOUR DAILY ACTION ITEMS:

 

1. Watch the 8 Secrets of Success video and consider what it means for you as a Coach.

 

2. Post your daily accountability (1. a quote from PD 2. your shake and workout today 3. write DONE to specify that you posted 3x on social today 4. write DONE to specify that you took 10 minutes to expand your network and do the 'inviting' excercise)

 

3. Share with the Group what you’re doing for personal development and how it has impacted you.

 

4. Post something you’ve learned from your personal development recently on your social media page and tag me in the post

 

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