You begin with an hour introductory call with your JDC Coach. Next, you will have half hour calls spaced out over the month, with most clients choosing to connect every 10 days. It’s good to remember the more coaching you have the faster you’ll go.
If you show up for calls and take the actions you and your coach agree on, you will have movement. Your interest in Jason Drees Coaching alone signals that you knowing there is more awaiting you in life.
As you know, there are no standardized rules for how to effectively manage your life, your body, your relationships, your family, your finances, or your business. A combination of factors create success, and those factors are unique to you. What creates success for one person doesn’t always work for another.
What usually happens during coaching is that the initial goals are achieved and then new expanded goals are created. Then the process repeats itself. Your best bet is to decide to expand and go after what you want while seeking and retaining the resources needed to make it a reality.
Jason Drees Coaches can coach anyone, anywhere, at any time. Success is 80% mindset and 20% strategy. Your coach’s primary purpose is to help you generate the answer yourself.
A mentor’s expertise is strategy. They give you strategies, but understanding a high-level strategy is useless unless you know how to execute. A JDC coach’s expertise is mindset. They help you create and consistently execute higher-level strategies. Coaches often act as mentors as well, typically by modeling the potential for growth and change.
The justifications of our past failures become the limitations of our future. In the past we’ve focused on achieving goals. When we don’t achieve a goal, our brains create a reason or excuse why we didn’t execute.
For example, pretend you really wanted to win an award last year, but you didn’t. When you looked at the award winners, they were all wearing blue shoes. This created a story or pattern in your brain via your reticular activating system (the same system that makes you start to notice the same model of car after you buy one).
When the time for the award comes up this year, you remember that all the past winners wore blue shoes. Subconsciously you decide winning the award is impossible based on your past experience. Your energy will drop because you think wearing blue shoes is a requirement for winning the award, and all your shoes are brown. Have you ever experienced something like this?