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Journey With R.J

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  • R. J Dyson / Life Coach

Coaching is like eating an elephant.


The first, and most obvious, question is, why? Why eat an elephant? Or, in our context, why engage in coaching?


Next, and maybe more to the point, is, where do I begin? The leg? The belly? The trunk?


Here's a suggestion: Start with clarifying your end goal, what you want to do with all that elephant. Then journey back to your current starting point and begin there. If you're at the hind leg without a knife, then that's where you begin the journey forward tackling obstacles, navigating options, and discovering opportunities along the way.


If the end goal is to feed a village with that elephant meat, you might just get there twenty different ways living according to your values, growing in your faith and developing your skills along the way. And a coach helps navigate, re-frame, raise awareness and brainstorm along the way.


Q. What part of the elephant are you standing near?

  • R. J Dyson / Life Coach

Pick one thing and get really, really good at it. One skill, one ability, one habit, one practice. Stick with it for years.


Tackle the obstacles, build through your weaknesses and up your strengths.


Grow in knowledge, depth of insight and discernment in such a way that you live and breath that one thing.


Learn it. Live it. And then pass on what only you have to offer - what you've grown in your heart, mind and body - share it in such a way that others benefit and your soul is engaged with purpose.


Pick one thing and grow it.

  • R. J Dyson / Life Coach

Moments of absolute inspiration, coupled with the motivation to bring it to life, are fantastic gifts.


Foster those moments through steady, committed habits over the long haul.


Ever hear the word 'long-suffering'? It's an old word for persevering patience, and it'ss the soil that inspiration grows out of. Till it.