16 Sep, 2018

Are You Living On Someday Isle?

Everybody in this world wants to improve their quality of life and standard of living.

For many however, they claim that ‘life’ gets in the way. Demands on their time from family, friends and work sees them living on ‘Someday Isle’

Someday I’ll…

… quit my job and be a writer

… go round the world

… build my own home

… lose weight and get fit

The goals and dreams are there. They may even have read a book or two on the subject of realising dreams but somehow, it never seems to happen.

Is that you?

If it is, there are two things you need to know

  1. You are not alone. At a rough estimate 98% of people are not realizing their dreams goals and ambitions
  2. If you want to achieve anything sitting around on Someday Isle and waiting for the miracle moment to arrive isn’t going to help you.

So what will help?

If you want to achieve your goals, dreams and ambitions, you have to do the work. You have to give your dedication and commitment to your wоrk. And you have to do it now and not wait for a ‘right time.’

But – you don’t have to do it alone

You are not stranded

If you really want to achieve your goals then continuous personal development can help.

As the name suggests, continuous person development is the process of improving your knowledge, skills, attitudes and beliefs on a continuous basis. In short, it means you are going to work on yourself every single day and doing it with the help of a coach.

A coach, simply put, is there to help you get from where you are now to where you want to be in the quickest possible time.

With your coach you look at every aspect of your life. By continually developing your personal skills, you move through life more positively, more effectively and more efficiently. It is all about gaining new perspectives, learning new things and experiencing new experiences.

It is a never ending process because your capacity to get better never ends. There is always something for you to work on which will improve your value and self-worth and there will always be a new goal to work on.

Are You Living On Someday Isle?


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