I’ve been a part of a Business Made Simple Certified Coaching practice group for the past three months.
We finished coaching each other through the Hero On A Mission (HOAM) course today.
I was privileged to be the “Coach-in-Training” for this practice session.
The goal of our coaching session today was for each participant to build confidence in our HOAM Life Plans.
In order to accomplish our goal, we processed our answers to three questions:
- What benefits have you experienced from creating and using your HOAM Life Plan and Daily Planner that build your confidence?
- What barriers have you experienced that hold you back from full confidence in your HOAM routine and what have you done so far to remove those barriers?
- What one action step will you do this week to advance your confidence in living as a HOAM?
It was a great conversation.
Many insights moved into the spotlight for us.
Here’s a few of them.
- Productivity increased.
- We loved the people in our lives better.
- We lived more organized lives.
- It helped us prioritize what’s most important so we could let go of the less important time fillers.
- The most common barrier was making the time to create a HOAM daily routine.
- Another was integrating our Life Plan and Daily Planner with other planning tools we’d used before.
Solutions to Barriers:
- Adapt it to work for you.
- Build a track record of wins.
- View it and treat it as the creation of a powerful, new habit in your life.
The time barrier was the biggest barrier for me.
I decided to remove the barrier by reading my Obituary, Story Summary, and 10-Year, 5-Year, and 1-Year Vision Statements in the evening.
This will make my morning routine an efficient springboard into my most important tasks.
- read my Goals
- fill out the Daily Planner Sheet for that day
I already have a ton of confidence as a HOAM.
I can’t wait to see that confidence grow in the future with this simple action step.
P.S. Thank you to my Business Made Simple Certified Coaching friends!
You are all great people and you’ve made me a better person through our interactions!
P.P.S. I’ll be sharing some of these friends’ experiences as Heroes On A Mission in future “Friends’ Friday” posts.