My husband and I were having coffee the other morning, and we were talking about how hard of a time people have with change.

He sputtered out this one during our convo:

Tolerating mediocrity is easier than making change.

It’s such goodness that he’s been using it all week with his own teams at work.

It all goes back to being willing to be uncomfortable.

Change is hard because it means letting go of something that makes us comfortable.

But our growth lies on the other side.

Most people will avoid this work like the plague.

Letting go of thoughts no longer serving us that will take us to our next level is tough.

We’ve gotten comfortable. We’ve also built a whole life (including our professions) around this way of operating.

For example, needing to set boundaries with someone personally or professionally is uncomfortable.

But it is likely what is needed in order for you to take a stand for your time and energy, and what will make you a stronger thought leader.

It means letting go of people pleasing and being okay with disappointing others.

That is the uncomfortable part.

It’s like setting a boundary with our kids. Teenagers love to push our buttons, but we have to stick to the limits we outline in order to create high functioning adults, as least that’s the hope 

But they come in swinging and rebelling against our rules.

We are no different.

So take a look at what it is for you.

What change are you avoiding?

Take a small step toward this change, and watch how even the smallest step creates a powerful momentum. It’s liberating to become empowered.

Have a beautiful weekend,

~ Your Coach, Chris xox

P.S. I am doing an Instagram live with one of our featured coaches this week! If you are a real estate agent you won’t want to miss it! Najla increased her income by 800% in one year, won the coveted 40-under-40 award in San Diego, and continues to defy the odds with also being acknowledged as one of Sotheby’s top 50 agents last quarter! She is going to share some valuable tips and tricks! Join us Tuesday, May 24, 2022, at 10 am pacific.