STARTING A BUSINESS: WILL IT WORK?
WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE?
What type of people do you want to work with – what do you specialise in? What problems do they need you to solve?
Write down every single thing you know about these customers, including but not limited to: • Age
• Marital status
• Any children?
• Income bracket
• Job title
• What are their interests
• What are their behaviours
• Where can you find them
• What are their fears/frustrations
• What are their dreams
In the moments of intense struggle we can get blinded by the discomfort. The discomfort will tell us stories:⠀
‘It’s not worth it’⠀
‘It’s pointless, why am I even trying?’,⠀
‘There is no way I can succeed’⠀
‘I am not enough’⠀
These are common limiting beliefs that tend to come to the surface when we are faced with a challenge.⠀
Combat these with oppositional statements! Make yourself comfortable in discomfort and learn what it feels like to overcome the struggle and bathe in the triumph!
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There comes to a point in your training career where you pull the proverbial trigger and start to train harder in the gym. After each session you take a step further away from your comfort zone.
When we start training as newbies, we are pretty much all inexperienced and the first taste of lactic acid (the burn) will pretty much bring us to our knees. As your training journey carries on, you slowly start to feel a bit more comfortable, become more efficient at executing exercises and get a bit stronger.
Being in your comfort zone here will usually halt your progress, you'll be afraid to push that extra 1-2 reps in the gym, beat PBs and sometimes be afraid to take a set to failure.
This is all very common ground, not only in the gym but in real life. We are all afraid to step outside of our comfort zones at times, that being in work, friendships, relationships etc. However, for most this is what holds them back, being too comfortable isn't always a good thing, it's usually the opposite.
To illicit a response in the gym we need to give it a new stimulus each time - that doesn't mean completely changing your workouts. It can be an increase in weights, doing more reps and/or creating damage in the tissue. Finding your 'sweet spot' in the gym takes some time, it's as much mental as it is physical.
As the saying goes 'Life begins at the end of your comfort zone'
Over and out, Coach Shubz.
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I think relationships currently have this backwards. We are always looking for someone to fill a void for us, make us whole, take our pain and loneliness away. THAT IS NOT GOING TO BE A SUCCESSFUL RELATIONSHIP!!! You are not looking for the other part of you, YOU are enough already. You already are whole, unbroken, and beautiful. Once you truly feel that and realize that deep within yourself, the quality of the person who chose to spend your time with will grow exponentially. Why? Because you don’t need it. Because you are wise enough to only accept what takes an already complete and beautiful person, you, and accentuates and compliments it. And that is a SUCCESSFUL and HEALTHY relationship. ☝🏽💕 #love#lovequotes#relationshipquotes#relationshipadvice#selflove#youfirst
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The word "Break Up" is typically associated with negativity when in fact it can be a very beautiful thing.
I will note too, that break ups go well beyond romance as it can apply to a friendship, a business relationship or any type of group.
People come into our lives at certain times for a reason. Those positive moments we had with them shouldn't be discounted or thrown away just because the relationship has come to an end.
Cherish those times, love those times and embrace them for they have added much value to your human experience.
Apply what you learned from that person or people and use it going forward on your life journey as they should theirs.
At the same time, use this time to develop yourself into the best human being you can be and most importantly discover what it is which makes you happy.
Life is too short to view endings so negatively. In the end, nothing is permanent anyhow.
Enjoy the people in your life while you have them and when you decide to go your separate ways wish each other the best moving forward to the next adventure.