Allow yourself to Try with Marnye Moore - Visualize and Create Video Podcast
In this episode, you will learn the following: 1. How to level up and build the new you. 2. The importance of having a destination and a plan. 3. How to change your attitude and tune in to what you want.
In this episode, you will learn the following:
1. How to level up and build the new you.
2. The importance of having a destination and a plan.
3. How to change your attitude and tune in to what you want.
Marnye is a former executive assistant. She had lots of opportunities to create and manage every aspect of the office. After years of being behind the scenes and making others shine, she changed course and started applying those same skills to mindset and personal development. Her work is all about your results and your goals. She guides people to design a life rather than accept what happens by default; to create their own success and freedom.
Marnye was just an ordinary person living a completely mediocre life. She had 25 years of administrative and executive work and nowhere to go. She stood behind others and made them shine and picked up all of the little pieces. As the manager she developed processes and procedures to make everyday things work and received little reward. and no satisfaction. Others were accomplishing so much and and yet she remained stuck, unsure of how to begin. After spending some time sobbing at her desk and being told that she should be grateful for life that was just “good enough” she made an investment in her own personal coach and some mentoring by the amazing Bob Proctor. Fortunately, success is a system that can be learned. It takes willingness and a bit of vulnerability but it is there for anyone. Armed with a renewed belief in possibilities and support, Marnye started pursuing coaching and mentoring for others.
I was simply bored out of my mind in a job that 'good enough'. My life was just 'good enough'. I should have been content but I wasn't. I was grateful but bored and could not figure out how to make a change. 2008 the US economy took a big nosedive and I felt like I should just stay put.
Instead I hired a coach who lead me through a program of self-discovery. I bought my first home when all else was falling apart. I found a wonderful guy with whom I have been with for eleven years.
The point of it is that I found the courage to move past “good enough”. I started creating a life that I wanted to live. There have been lots of ups and downs and none dramatic. But it was the idea that “good enough” is not “good” and there is so much more to be had. I moved cross-country just for the adventure. My corporate employer let me go when I announced the move. Now, for nearly a year I have been building a lifestyle that allows me to be where I want to be and do what I want to do.
Today I work as a PGI (Proctor Gallagher Institute) consultant guiding people through the same program of self-discovery and being quite candid with them when we talk about personal specifics. That is my 'flair'. I am not a friend but the person who ask the difficult things so that people are asked to really examine their beliefs.
My learning is ongoing, and my teaching is improving. Not everyone needs a coach. People who are looking to scale personally and professionally or looking to overcome a personal challenge do. It is that thing that keeps executives climbing, politicians positive, athletes improving, and so much more.
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