First coffee, then developing a high performance mindset

I love coaching, I love coffee and my purpose is to inspire people to be the best version of themselves, by being (progress, not perfection) the best version of myself. 

However, this inspiration is not for everyone.

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The tool of this week is a truly transformational video that, by the way, is 49:49 minutes long. Only half of you are going to click on it, and an even smaller percentage is going to watch it. And that’s ok. Success is not for everyone. Success is very simple yet, it requires a lot of work and that feels foreign to most people.

We tend to associate hard work with difficulty. Success is not rocket science but it does not happen automatically.

Do the work. Be successful. Simple.

What’s your level of commitment to your growth?
Are you going through the motions and just getting by or, are you consciously designing your life?
Are you investing in your development?
Are you being intentional?
Are you doing the work?

Here are my key takeaways from the video:

Community is everything.
Meditation and self-awareness are the foundation of growth.
Powerful habits are the framework of your success.
Stop managing your time and start managing your focus.
Growth is a mindset.
Visualization is powerful.
Give yourself permission to have the ambitions you DESERVE. 

I would love to hear YOUR takeaways! Let me know what you discover!

Tool of the week: “Change your life by changing your thought process” by Brendon Burchard on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu.

“Life coach to billionaire and one of the greatest influencers of all time, Brendon Burchard knows exactly how to make an impact. So, on this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Brendon details precisely how to achieve impossibly high performance, evaluate yourself and your goals, and deal with failure and stress. And he does it all while still bringing his trademark joy and revealing the qualities that have allowed him to build and maintain exceptional relationships and a vibrant community. Oh, and he still repels all the jerks!”– Watch here.