Ready? Or Not?

May 08, 2020

It's starting to get warm where I live.  We hit triple digits a couple of times this week.  

And that means that the pool is starting to heat up.

This year I noticed the way we talk about it.  We say things like, "The pool is almost ready," or "The pool should be ready in a couple of weeks."

But what does it mean when we say the pool is "ready?"

For me, it means that the sun has warmed up the water temperature enough to make it comfortable to swim.  The pool is "ready" when there is more discomfort being out of the water than there is in getting in the water.  

In many ways this I notice the same thing with my clients.

There comes a moment in their life when they are so tired of the unhappiness and pain and powerlessness that they feel, that they are finally "ready" to try coaching. 

They reach a point where they are so uncomfortable that the thought of staying where they are is worse that the discomfort of being vulnerable and asking for help and believing in themselves enough to be able to change.

I've noticed that we wait until the very last moment.

We endure our lives as long as we can before we are "ready."

But I want you to know that you don't have to.

You can be ready right now.

You have suffered long enough.  In fact, suffering isn't even required.

You can choose to hire a coach and think about yourself and your life in a whole new way.  Right now.  Just because you want to.

I'm ready when you are.

xo,

April

P.S.  Just click this link to schedule a free coaching consultation.  If you're ready, there is no better time than right now.

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