I Just Rejected A $10,000 Contract And I Realized That It Is OK.
Don’t get me wrong; there was a moment of pain, and a gazillion (ok, I exaggerated) of “What can I do if I accept it?” thought which ran through my mind the moment I said the big word “NO” to the potential client.
To accept or to reject this contract has been in my mind for awhile after the initial discussion and after the trial and
This infographic is inspired by T. Harv Eker, the author of #1 New York Times bestseller “Secrets of The Millionaire Mind” and also the creator of the globally known “Millionaire Mind Intensive” seminar.
I started to know Harv Eker by reading his book and most recently, I was extremely privilege to be coached live by the man himself.
One of the key take away I get which is extremely simple, yet missed by most people is everything we do in
“KarFei, you will not win this competition. I will not allow that to happen.”
That statement struck me so hard. Why? Why would my mentor not want me to win? After all, I am one of the best in the competition, I did pretty well, and I do deserve it for all the effort I put in.
I could not understand it. It just does not make sense to me that my own mentor does not want me to win.
Your Confidence Is In Your Hand
That feeling of not being good enough or just that fear that is holding us back from doing what’s important, they have probably happened in our lives before in one way or another. That important sales pitch or presentation, that 1-1 conversation with your CEO, or just that time when you need to speak up to your colleagues or partner.
We have all experienced that and more than
Said no one ever.
My years of coaching if anything, has taught me that PASSION is a buzzword being thrown around like it’s priceless and meaningless.
Clients and potential clients often come to me expecting a coach to have all the answers to their passion. The question is always “How can I find my passion?” or “I don’t have a passion, is there something wrong with me?”.
It was these kinda questions that bother me a lot and I realised