The world and the way people do business is changing, and you may not be confident in your ability to control your own destiny. You may feel like you don’t have available time for self-improvement and in the past when you’ve tried self-improvement on your own it’s lead to wasted time, frustration, and regret.
Behaviors are hard to change. You may be frustrated that you set goals and never achieve them. You may be discouraged by the success of others and how it seems to happen so easily for them. You may be convinced that you need luck to succeed.
You may feel “stuck” in this current version of yourself like things are just the way they are and you’re having trouble visualizing what they could be.
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Patrick is in his 40s, married with two kids, and enjoys a good round of golf. He is the CEO of a midsize technology company based in New Jersey with 3 other offices across the country. Free time is something he didn’t feel like he had much of.
Patrick wanted to grow leadership positions within his company and expand the business into a few new promising regions, but Patrick was struggling, frustrated, and having trouble communicating and engaging with team members to drive growth. He wanted to be a better leader but company morale was down. He felt stuck, stressed, and unable to make new decisions.
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