Let’s talk about the elephant in the room. If there’s a problem big enough to cause a pain point, and the pain point is something you truly want to change, it’s usually only tolerated for one of two reasons… Either it’s decidedly ignored despite causing pain, or it’s not even noticed and understood as the source of the pain.
Back to the elephant in the room. Keep in mind as we unpack the situation, that the elephant is the problem causing a pain point in your life, and the pain point is something you want to change. The elephant… Perhaps you know it’s there, but you really don’t know how to get rid of it (or you do know how, but the job of doing so seems overwhelming), so you’ve just decided to ignore it. Or, perhaps it’s pressing in on you so hard that you don’t even notice that the thing you’ve face-planted on is a mammal that shouldn’t even be there. A good coach can help you see it for what it is, identify possible solutions for how to eliminate it, and then take purposeful action towards doing so in a way that is manageable. As they say… “How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time!”
PSA: This post is in no way intended to be offensive to Alabama fans 😂😉
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