So you’ve heard about the 100 Day Challenge and still wondering why hire me as your online life coach…can’t you achieve your goals on your own?
That’s a great question which I’m happy to answer.
You see, for most of my life I’ve pursued what I consider to be the organizing principles of lasting change, and in this message, I wanted to share with you a three-point plan that you can use immediately to change and improve your life.
You see, I do believe that the best things in life are free, and that the best strategies in life are simple. By that I mean, simple to understand, apply, teach and share with others.
The following three strategies are simple, and they are also extremely powerful, however, they require consistent and skillful application in order for your goals to become reality.
These are the exact same changes that an individual must make in order to create personal change, that a company must make in order to create a lasting competitive advantage, and that a community must make in order to best serve its citizens.
As your online life coach, I assure you that these strategies work 100% of the time.
Step One – Raise Your Standards
Any time you sincerely want to make a change, the first thing you must do is to raise your standards.
Simply put you MUST expect and demand more from yourself and from those around you. That means having zero tolerance for mediocrity, procrastination, and any behavior that robs you of potential and increased performance.
If you have the courage to expect and demand more from yourself and more importantly, if you have the commitment to honor these higher, nobler standards, you will become the change you desire.
Step Two – Change Your Limiting Beliefs
If you raise your standards but don’t really believe you can meet them, than you’ve already sabotaged yourself. This is one of the biggest challenges people face when setting and achieving goals.
Why? Because you won’t even try; you’ll be lacking that sense of certainty that allows you to tap the deepest capacity that’s within you even as you read these words.
Our beliefs are like unquestioned commands, telling us how things are, what’s possible and what’s impossible, what we can and can not do. They shape every action, every thought, and every feeling that we experience.
As a result, changing our belief systems is central to making any real and lasting change in our lives.
Step Three – Change Your Strategy
In order to keep your commitment, you need the best strategies for achieving results. One of my core beliefs is that if you set a higher standard, and you can get yourself to believe, then you certainly can figure out the strategies. You simply will find a way.
I can tell you with confidence that the absolute best strategy in almost any case is to find a role-model, someone who’s already getting the results you want, and then tap into their knowledge.
The 100 Day Challenge was designed to provide you with the information and impetus to commit to all three of these master principles of quality change:
It will help you raise your standards by discovering what they currently are and realizing what you want them to be;
It will help you change the core beliefs that are keeping you from where you want to go and enhance those that already serve you; and
It will assist you in developing a series of strategies for more elegantly, quickly, and efficiently producing the results you desire.
So, Are You Ready to Master the Principles of Change?
You see, in life, lots of people know what to do, but few people actually do what they know. Knowing is not enough—as you must take action, honor your commitments and enforce strict discipline.
If you will, please allow me the opportunity to be your personal online life coach.
As you know, I have been personally mentoring top executives in Fortune 500 companies, Politicians, Professional Athletes, and Entrepreneurs for years.
And if you’d like to have me coach you to higher levels of performance and productivity…then be sure to participate in the 100 Day Challenge.
Gary Ryan Blair
Posted on February 18th, 2017 by Gary Ryan Blair