I love my clients, and I love what I do. But I'm constantly shocked at how the people that come to me for coaching have little to no definition to their vision, if they even have a vision for their future.
"A vague vision will get vague results, and a clear vision will get clear results."
Discipline is a much needed tool when it comes to walking out our purpose, but without a clear vision our newly applied "discipline" can have us being very busy but not as productive.
One of the first steps to getting a good vision is getting help from someone that has been where you want to go. If I could do it on my own I wouldn't be reevaluating my current position to begin with.
Getting the vision comes from getting help from someone who sees different than you.
Whenever I'm faced with a big decision, or I feel God calling me into something new, I pray and than I run it by a few friends that I trust. I ask them for honest feedback.
What am I doing when I do this?
I am getting a different viewpoint, or in other words, a different vision. I need to see the path forward as clear as possible, and extra sets of eyes helps me do that.
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Here are some good questions that will help you bring definition to your vision.
Where do you want to be in a year?
What are you willing to do to get there?
What are you going to change, and what are the action steps you are going to start taking to get there?
Next step? Accountability.
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Erik Frederickson is Life and Recovery Coach. He has clients all over the world and he is considered an expert at helping people transform their life in powerful ways.
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