Hope is not a plan
Anderson Cooper said it first, during hurricane Katrina, and it still rings true.
Hope is not a plan.
Not a plan for change.
Not a plan for safety.
Not a plan for your business.
Not a plan for your relationships
Not a plan for your finances.
Not a plan for taking a vacation.
Not a plan for bringing pleasure into your life.
Let’s make a plan.
As a life coach people come to me when they are ready to do something other then “hope” things get better.
They’ve tried ignoring the problem.
They’ve tried “hoping” it will go away or change.
Then, they decide, “I need a plan.”
They reach out to me we roll our sleeves up and we start the plan. From day one, session one, the plan begins.
Are you ready to stop hoping and start planning?
Right now, do this one thing. Click here to schedule a free Discovery Call and we’ll figure out your plan. Take the first step towards your plan.
Don’t “hope” things will get better. Make them better.