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Clare Honeyfield: I believe in you

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We’ve been working on goal setting in my Together Community this week.

It’s the single most thing that’s propelled me forward in the past couple of years, a time when I’ve finally bought a house. As a single person self-employed householder in a global recession, there have been times over those years when I’ve wondered if I have overextended myself, if I should have settled with living in my flat, and if I should get a job.

Being part of a coaching community and having mentors and coaches has helped me to create SMART goals – specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and timebound. And it’s given me the accountability I need in order to achieve them. And that’s resulted in everything being “doable”.

As I often hear, and as I often pass on to my clients, it is in the most challenging times that we learn the biggest lessons and it is about “quitting when we are done, not when we are tired” as they say on Tony Robbins Fire Team.

Feeling like giving up is usual as a person who creates their own income. Not giving up and keeping going is the magic formula. There will be times when you feel no one is aware of what you are creating, you wonder where your next client is coming from, you will want to throw the towel in over and over again. Because if it was easy, everyone would do it.

Find your team, your community, the people who believe in you. Find accountability and find other people who’ve achieved what you want to. 

Your ideal clients are out there, just waiting to hear from you 

Don’t give up before the magic happens 

In case no one told you today, I believe in you. Your dreams matter. 

Clare x 

Clare Honeyfield is a high-performance coach working with creators, change-makers and rule-breakers for a better world.  Clare is the founder of Small Talk at the Long Table, ‘All Stroud’ Networking at The Stroud Hotel, Stroud farmers’ market, The Made in Stroud Shop and author of ‘Artisan Stroud’.www.clarehoneyfield.co.uk

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