[Video] Creating Confidence and Fulfillment in Your Business

Always remember one of the most important reasons why you’re an entrepreneur – to have the TIME and FREEDOM to do the things that you love.

Too often, however, coaches sacrifice some or all of the activities that are important to them, on their way to “success”.  Don’t let yourself fall into that trap!

It sends a very dangerous message that success = sacrifice. And sacrifice is just a few short steps away from resentment.

If you’re serious about building a meaningful, lost-lasting coaching business, you actually have an obligation to yourself and your clients to keep doing the things you truly love.

There is a spill over effect, meaning the more you put your passions into your schedule, the more passionate you will be in all areas of your life, including your business.

Right now, take a moment to write down at least one thing that you haven’t been doing enough of, something that you’re committed to putting back into your daily or weekly schedules so it becomes a priority.

If you’re willing to, please share that commitment below.

Wishing you success & fulfillment,
Sean

12 thoughts on “[Video] Creating Confidence and Fulfillment in Your Business

  1. Lynden

    Sean you are so good at reminding us about staying plugged into what is truly important. There are so many things to take us away from our center…but staying connected to our ‘joy’ in all its forms is what really matters and makes us ‘good’ in what we do.

    Glad you ‘take those shots’.

    L

  2. Jane

    Great message, perfectly delivered! Btw, I AM the world’s best shoe-lace-tie-er. Just so you know, that spot’s taken. I just Liked and shared. Bravo, Sean!

  3. Geoff Nicholson

    Another fantastic video Sean, I love the message about making sure you do the things that you love to do to get into the state of positivity. I know I am more productive after I have listened to some music or spent some quality time with the family

    1. Sean Smith

      Music is another great one for me too, Geoff. As well as family time. Anything that’s fulfilling on some level, that we can then take into our work. Thanks for the comment!

  4. Donna Hoffman

    Sean, another awesome video. Made me think a lot. I never take time out for myself. For me it is walking and taking in the beauty surrounding me. Keep producing this valuable videos. By the way, you shoot those baskets beautifully.

    1. Sean Smith

      Hi, Donna. Hopefully we can shift the “I never take time out for myself” to “I never USED TO take time out for myself.” =) SS

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