For over a decade, I have been working with entrepreneurs, business owners, leaders, executives, and professionals throughout the United States. Many of my conversations begin with a simple question, “What do you want to achieve?” Although they each have their way of describing it, I recognized a pattern in their responses. Throughout the countless strategy and coaching engagements, everyone’s desired outcome was tied to one or both of these items.
Now, you may be thinking, duh. Of course, everyone wants these two things. However, you may be surprised that not everyone knows this is what they’re ultimately working to achieve and to quote the famous children’s cartoon G.I. Joe, “Knowing is half the battle.”
How about you? Do you want a version of one or both of these items?
I am going to share my Blueprint for “How to Get What Everyone Wants” with you, but before I do, I want to share the most critical question I use to help my clients get to where they want to be. It’s a learning exercise that is helpful not only for my client, but their response provides me an understanding of their perspective. It paints a picture of what they believe their potential is, and although their view will likely change as they achieve their desired outcome, their answer to this question helps define where they are today.
Knowing is half the battle. ~G.I. Joe Click To Tweet
Can you answer this critical question? Do you have a plan to make it happen? I encourage you to download my blueprint and take a step toward getting to where you ultimately want to be. If you’re interested in going a little deeper below the surface check out my article on Getting Value-Focused