Thought for the Week – Being “The One”

Last week’s Thought for the Week, was about how “What is REAL Empowerment”

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I invited you to reflect on how far a person can go in their own productive thinking before they need ours, then how much further than that.

We are all powerful beings, even if we don’t acknowledge it. Deep down, we know there’s all kind of “stuff” that can hold us back – if we let it. And this is where we become Master of our Mindset and help others to do the same.

“Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen”.
– Michael Jordan –

Have you seen The Matrix?

Remember how they refer to Neo as ”The One”?

In this case, “The One” means the one from the prophecy who is going to save humanity from the machines.

This may seem a bit egocentric right? Well, let’s look into it a bit more …

Being “The One” is a very powerful way to be in relationship to any goal.
Being “The One” means recognising that no one else is going to do it for you.
Being “The One” means taking 100% responsibility.
It’s taking a stand and declaring that you will make it happen.

It might mean claiming leadership or it might mean being “The One” in a quiet way that nobody notices – either way, you’re “The One” who can get stuff done!

It doesn’t mean grasping power away from anyone else, or dominating others. There is still room for cooperation.

There might be many other “Ones” working toward a common goal and each one might be thinking they’re “The One”.

Whether or not other people are stepping up and expressing their power, you’re going to make sure it happens.

If you have a team working with you, great. You may run your business on your own. If you don’t do either of these, it’s still going to happen. Why?

Because you’re “The One” and you’re not going to wait around to see what others do.

Being “The One” is claiming your power and claiming responsibility in its purest form.

  • It is taking a stand.
  • It is being a catalyst.
  • It is dropping all excuses.
’I am a nutritionist and had this limiting belief that I needed to be fit and well ALL of the time or I shouldn’t be helping others with their health. Fortunately, my coach, Korinne Le Page had a different view and helped me break out of this destructive shame cycle using a great analogy.  

She said; “so what you’re saying is, if a mechanic has a car, it can’t break down.” I nearly fell on the floor laughing at the preposterousness of it.  A lightbulb went off.  “Well, if you put it like that, I better start giving myself a break” and I set about changing that negative belief.’’

–Sophie Shand, Fuller Nutrition, May 2021-

I invite you to book a completely complimentary Coaching Session HERE Why do I offer this free of charge?

Because I understand that this one session may be enough and all you need in that moment. And if it’s not and you want to continue, that’s fine too.

Who do you need to be in order to achieve your goal or vision?

This is one of my favourite questions to ask my clients. Consciously choosing who you’re being can dramatically change your life and the results you’re producing. There are no ”right” ways to be. And this is wonderful because you get to find your own authentic way of being that works for you.

As always, I will leave that with that thought.

With best wishes for your success!

Korinne

P.S. Ask me about the next Communication Code Group Programme

Korinne Le Page
www.CommunicationCode.co.uk

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