“I told my friend what you said…”
Uh oh. I always hold my breath when a client says something like this. What did I say this time?
“I told her about my new packages, and how you said I need to raise my rates.”
Oh. That. Well then.
“She didn’t think that was such a good idea…”
Of course she didn’t, I thought to myself. That’s why she’s not your coach.
And I set about working to repair the damage to my client’s confidence.
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March 26, 2017
“ Oh that’s B.S., and you know it!” my friend exclaimed.
Her lips were tight. Her voice tense. And there was a fierceness in her eyes that startled me.
I have a lot of friends who speak their minds, and I’m used to them coming from the blunt end of the interpersonal spectrum.
But this was different. I knew she was speaking from love – but for a second, I thought she was mad.
She was frustrated – and determined; determined to get me to see something I just couldn’t see.
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March 19, 2017
Remember that story about Peter walking on water?
As I remember it, the story goes something like this.
Peter was on a boat, bouncing along on the stormy, wind-tossed waves of a great big lake. The weather was rough, and he was spooked.
He sees his friend, Jesus, walking towards him on the water, and now he’s really spooked.
But Jesus calls out and tells him to quit worrying so much, to just step over the edge of the boat and come on over. On the water that is. As if it were nothing.
And he did.
Peter clambered right on over the edge of that boat and just started walking. I’ll don’t think he even took his life vest. :)
It’s fun to imagine what he must have thought…
A few years ago, I made a big decision…
… one that has impacted every day of my life since.
I decided to start this blog.
I read a statistic recently that said over 2 million new blogs are posted online every single day. That’s a lot of blogs.
Unfortunately, most of them will never be read.
And that means that too many business owners are putting too much effort into something that is a total waste of their precious time.
I drove her crazy.
And it was so much fun.
In college, I had a roommate who had a very clear, personal rule that said no one was to speak to her until she got back from her first class. To say that she was not a morning person was an understatement.
So I had a lot of fun with her.
“Good MORNING, Debbie! How are you this morning? Is this a great day, or what?!”
Yes. I was that roommate. Continue reading