I’m taking fantabulous group coaching sessions lead by the super cute Coach Cassandra Rae called the Simply Fearless Fempreneurs. As I’m focusing more & more as to what my full-time coaching practice is gonna be like, I’m focusing more & more on having it be a values-based business. I want some clarity as to which projects/ideas/routines I have in my head are really serving/going to serve me, & what I really want to be working on. It’s funny, because there are so freakin’ many things I want to do with this business (ebooks, regular books, in person coaching, workshops, retreats, yada yada yada) it’s hard for me to prioritize ’em & allow myself to really determine what’s most important. But that’s not the point of this question.
The point of this question comes from the first session of those group sessions, where the idea of focusing on what’s working was really driven home for me. If I can see & focus on what’s working (as opposed to what’s not working), then I can get to the quick of what’s worth looking at even further – and I can better identify the things I’m doing that I should (you know I hate that word “should”, but the context here is OK) keep doing.
So, ask yourself:
If it’s too broad a question, then think of the specific goal or challenge you’ve been working on. It might be hard to see at first (that’s why I call it Tough (Question) Tuesday, people) but I promise that it’s there.
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