Lifestyle: Stop Being Your Own Worst Client

Lifestyle: Stop being your own worst client

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Picture This…

You had a coaching client who too busy with her Lifestyle to write the next chapter of her book.

She couldn’t find the time to get her email opt-in page completed.

Consistently failed to complete her tasks for the week.

Completely forgot to put together her webinar presentation.

It wouldn’t take long before you sat her down for a serious talk about the future of your coaching relationship—and her online business. A coaching client such as that is a frustrating waste of time.

Why, then, do you continue to accept these and other excuses from yourself?

Why is your lack of business development allowed to continue, even when you know how important those tasks are to your future growth?

Now, before you go thinking I’m being way too hard on you, know this: we all struggle with this very issue.


You Are Not Alone

We all put our clients, our family, our friends, and even the neighbor we barely know before ourselves.

But I’m giving you permission right now to stop doing that, and start treating yourself as the VIP you really are.

It’s time to put your business growth ahead of that of your clients. Only by doing that will you be able to reach a larger audience, help more people, and achieve the goals you’ve set for yourself.Click to Tweet

VIP Lifestyle

The simplest way to do this is to just make appointments with yourself.

That hour or two you have free on Thursday afternoon? Don’t book a client call in that spot. Book yourself. Mark it on your calendar, and treat it as an unbreakable appointment, just as you would an appointment with a client or your doctor or your accountant.

Spend the time working on the things that are important to the continued growth of your business.

  • Develop a new group coaching program
  • Write a chapter of your upcoming book
  • Write emails for your autoresponder
  • Reach out to JV partners

In short, do those things you tell your clients to do—the things your own coach is likely advising. Don’t push them aside for “later” or “after your client work is done.”

Elevate yourself to VIP client status, and start putting yourself first. Your business will thank you for it.

Elevate yourself to VIP client status, and start putting yourself firstClick to Tweet

Take it a step forward and look into getting yourself a Crystal Desk Name Plate.

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So what will you do on your VIP Day?  What day is your weekly VIP day?


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Renee Lamb

Renee has over 15+ years of experience in the corporate world. She has had management roles in HR, international healthcare and project management. But the role she loves the most is Job Exit Strategist for her own company, Renee M. Lamb, LLC. Renee is not only passionate for, (well maybe obsessed) being an advocate for helping professionals to gain freedom and wealth via entrepreneurship. She believes her role is to give them wings so they can soar to greater heights on their entrepreneurship journey. She does this by her coaching programs and courses.