This works 100% of the time, guaranteed. There are two things to consider in order to make it work.
First, and the most important thing is that you make up your mind that it will work, and you put everything you’ve got in it. It will work for the person who really wants to change and progress.
Second, it is the fact that you might have done other coachings that didn’t work because the root cause of achieving results didn’t change. The PARADIGM didn’t change which is the root cause of achieving results. A paradigm is a multitude of habits stored in our mind - it is like an automatic system, and it controls your all of your results.
An example would be “breathing”. This is an automatic system that you don’t need to think about or “make it work”. There are other automatic systems, a.k.a. paradigms, that work in the same way that you haven’t changed yet. Changing the root cause of achieving results will bring permanent change in your results.
You can expect to see results fairly quickly if you commit to doing what is required. What is required doesn’t take much time or effort but consistency. You’ll see the effectiveness skyrocket and productivity improve massively. Which then in return will have a direct effect on the results you will be getting. You will be able to measure your progress based on the goals you’ve set (e.g., sales, income, clients, leads, growth, ROI, …).
Have you heard of the phrase: “You can’t drink from an empty cup.”? You have to fill up yourself in order to be able to give. Give more of yourself to your business or job, to your family and friends, and at the end of the day to yourself as well.
When your cup is already empty, when you’re empty, there’s nothing more to give. There is a general misconception that people should look for help when it is almost “too late”, instead of proactively seeking ways of improvement when things are still in good shape.
You don't have to be sick to get better. The more we invest in ourselves and train ourselves, the better we get and the more we can give. You wouldn’t go into the fitness studio just once to become fit and expect it would last for the rest of the year, would you?
Although it is an investment up front before you even see any results, you’ll be improving your situation right from the start. Building high performance habits takes time, persistence, and accountability. In order to get to that next level of performing and having the results you want it will take some time and effort.
It is not a one-fits-all solution but a personalized approach with accountability. In order to build high performance results, you have to be committed to progress, to grow, to step out of your comfort zone. What you’ll gain is something you’ll be able to use over and over again for the rest of your life.