There is nothing better than feeling completely energized and empowered to follow your dreams no matter what.  This is what a motivational coach does for you. He teaches you tricks and new ways of seeing your reality that put you in control and give you the tools to move forward in spite of anything.

Any one of us would wish we were able to have such a person right at home with us every single day.  Imagine that you just wake up every morning and start listening to all this valuable advice and are reminded constantly of your power and capacity. How great, huh?  Sadly, in most cases, that is not possible.  The majority of us receive coaching for a few days, and afterwards, we are left alone with what we learned to apply it wisely and change our lives, or save it for later inside a desk drawer.

The truth is that it is not easy to stay motivated after the coach is gone.  Amazingly, the thing that stops people the most after learning how powerful and capable they are, is actually knowing it.  Many people feel overwhelmed once they become aware of all the potential they have.  These persons have to stop right there and think about all they deserve; it was a huge step to allow yourself to be coached on how to motivate yourself, and now you have to stop thinking about all the hard work this coaching meant so as to feel in control of your life again.

Remember that you are a big and creative thinker with amazing goals and expectations, and you are allowed to be afraid of the unknown; just don’t let this fear own you.  Motivation is not about not being afraid, it is about acting in spite of fear, because above all, you know you can do it if you just give it a try.  You know you have all that is needed to succeed, if you don’t go for it, you will never know how it feels to be powerful, you will never grow, and you will let many worthy opportunities pass you by.

If you need more than a little boost to stay motivated, take some time to organize and work on your coaching sessions’ notes.  Write down the important points and comments your coach has mentioned.  Work it out like a reference book or pamphlet you can check regularly for inspiration, because the key to making a new behavior stick is repetition. The more you hear it and say it to yourself, the more you will begin to make it a part of your reality, until finally it becomes a part of you.

It is a good idea to talk to the speaker about your feelings and concerns when the end of your coaching event approaches. As he has done with the rest, the speaker can give you tips on how to tackle those fears as soon as they appear and how to move through them.   

You can also talk to someone you trust and ask him or her to be your accountability partner.  He or she will become a non-judgmental supporter during your ‘weak’ times, someone you can go to every time you feel you want to quit.  This person will listen with an open heart and mind.

Staying motivated puts you in control of your life, so it is important that you know yourself very well to acknowledge where you need help in order to find it.  The motivational coach will open your eyes to the possibilities, but only you can act on them; only you have the ability and power to be your best self.  

The motivational speaker has shared with you an amazing secret: that you can do anything you dream of; it’s just a matter of dedication and commitment.

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Thirty years as a successful corporate executive and entrepreneur have given John Hersey a unique perspective on human behavior, leadership, motivation and change. This foundation allows him to offer speaking, coaching, and consulting programs that are rich with content and packed with actionable fresh insights. He knows about leadership because that is exactly what he has done throughout his career-lead organizations and teams.

John Hersey is the author of Finding and Keeping Great Leaders—CEO’s Explain How Corporate Culture Shapes Potential Leaders. His first book, Creating Contagious Leadership, identifies his low-cost, high-return formula. The benefits of his programs are powerful, and include truly engaging the audience to grow and develop their skills in the fields of customer service, teamwork, communication, and leadership.

As active Volunteers and Philanthropists, John Hersey and his wife, Beverly Belury, actively support the McKenzie Monks Foundation, which helps kids cope with cancer, Junior Achievement, The Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce, and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Scottsdale, where he has served as a speech mentor to the Youth of the Year contenders for the past three years.

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