The Difference Between Wishing and Wanting

WISHING keeps you stuck. Wishing comes from a place of helplessness, and your brain reads a wish as something you have no control over. Is your wish worthy of an upgrade? Is your wish something you would be willing to put effort towards if you knew you would succeed? If so, decide that it’s something you WANT. When you decide you want something it’s the first step towards actually getting it.

Wanting something allows your mind to start problem-solving on the HOW. Even if you don’t have all of the answers right away (we usually don’t), wanting something will move you towards deciding whether or not you are willing to try. You need to want something before turning it into a goal.

Do you understand how much you are capable of creating one you decide to go for it? Most people don’t and they keep their wishes as one-day fantasies.

In the Kickstartology Coaching program, I help you take your wishes more seriously and then things start moving. I want you to be thrilled with your life.

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