What’s you “Why?”
I thought I knew my “Why” when I started the Incredible Coach, I wanted to help new entrepreneurs – coaches, consultants, and experts – find the information they need to create and market the business they enjoy.
My “Why” was clear. I knew that most people weren’t passionate about their jobs, and I wanted to help them create fulfilling businesses who were financially rewarding.
I knew people who were doing meaningful work, aligned with their passion and purpose. They were making a great impact and generating a great income for themselves, and that was exactly what I wanted to do.
So, I set my intention to discover what it takes to create and market my dream business. I wanted to focus on the “What” and the “How”, and help others find the information and inspiration they needed to create the work and lifestyle they wanted.
But, after years of doing this, I’ve realized that most people need to focus more on their “Why.”
We are so great at doing things and following the experts that are focused on the “What” and the “How.”
The Internet has made it easy to access massive amounts of information, and there are thousands of people who are sharing their knowledge and expertise about how to create what we want.
But, I’ve noticed that most people either give up or create businesses that are not aligned with their purpose, and they find themselves with another job.
We are very powerful, and we are good at “doing” things. We know how to work hard, and it is easy to get pulled into doing and creating. But without knowing our “Why,” we end up creating things that are not aligned with our purpose. Hence, we find ourselves unhappy and frustrated, doing something that feels like a job.
It’s easy to get distracted and lose sight of your “Why” when you are busy with the “What” and the “How.”
Why do you want to change your job? Why do you want to create your business? Why do you want to do anything?
Focusing on your “Why” allows you to connect to your purpose, discover your calling, and feel inspired to do meaningful work. The reasons behind choosing your path are more important than the path you choose, since you will always figure out what to do when you are on the right path.
I want to connect with my “Why” and help you do the same. I know discovering your “Why” will open the door to achieving all your dreams and more.
Of course, we’ll still provide you with the “What” and the “How” information, but I want to help you focus more on your “Why” and discover your purpose and calling.
Discovering your “Why” gives you what you need to attract the right opportunities, make better choices, and put you on the path of success and greater fulfillment.
Are you clear about your “Why?”