For those of you diligent doers who read these epic business coach diaries from the best business coaches on the planet, you will see a common denominator… a psyche of greatness. I can make the assumption if you are reading this you are looking to increase or develop your ability to be a champion in your chosen field of work and life overall. Good for you! Allow me to bring you in on the secret of truly owning a desire to be the best. A champion defined in a sport is the top ranked team or individual that has surpassed the results of all others. A performance that can not and could not be denied glory against all opposition. This effort does absolutely wonders in the world of commerce and relationships you keep. A terrific example of an owner of a champion psyche is our very own Mega Manager Jon Kelly of The Make Your Life Epic Empire. We will highlight the characteristics of this exemplary Man. To improve your life, view Jon Kelly’s The Rhinopreneur Blog!
Living The Claim To Fame
You have taken the first step in owning a champion psyche. The business coach or champion mentality is the literal self hijacking of your mind to work in unison with your body, and spirit to achieve greatness. It is a deep and lasting indoctrination of loving growth through pain, motivating others to achieve their goals, and hating the sorry. The phrase “Hating the sorry” is disliking the unintentional, excuses, and lack of energy. What a sorry person is and does revolve around letting negativity drive the conversation and ultimately their efforts. Sorry as defined by me is a blind ignorance towards solutions and a love of being wrong. As the phrase goes, “The way you do one thing, is how you do everything.” Look to your surroundings and omit yourself from the people, things, and environments that promote being a SORRY human. It is bad for your health. It is bad for your mind and possibly a minor sin in the “Eyes of God” to allow negativity to influence your pursuit of perfection here on Earth.
Sweating The Process When The Outcome Is Automatic
Before we assign daily action items to achieve your goal of owning a lifelong psyche of a champion. Let us define to the core what exactly is a psyche and why we aren’t able to go buy one at Doc’s Country Mart on the way home from work. When you google the word “Psyche” you get “the human soul, mind, or spirit.” That is exactly the point of this diary entry. The difference between Jon Kelly’s psyche and the psyche Carl the Vendor has is the ability to retain faith in a business coach’s vision, energy to work towards that vision, and the guts to NOT QUIT. A simple yet powerful action item that I was given by Jon Kelly in my early days at the Thrive office is called “Step One: You Gotta Want It”. Step One is making a decision that “Want It.” That decision is as simple as deciding on lunch or deciding to be THE BEST. You HAVE to want it! You have to make the decision that being a champion in your field is worth all the expenses and time. Anything less than your best is a failure and a sorry attempt at holding yourself to the things you believe in.