Every day, I get to talk to the most amazing women.
Hard-working. Smart. Devoted. Funny. Accomplished. Generous Women.
Who each have a desire to do big things in their lives.
They can’t wait to tell me about what they really want. They talk about their dreams in full detail. And how much happier they will be on the other side of achieving these dreams.
As they talk, their energy and excitement amplify. They have rehearsed this exact conversation about their dreams so many times.
And despite all their differences in age, marital status, professions, income, geographic location – we often arrive at the exact same place in our conversation.
I say – “Are you ready to commit to making this happen?”
They say – “Well, I’m not sure if I’m ready to commit right now…but I’m definitely really interested in pursuing it someday.”
Another dream bites the dust.
Here’s what “being interested” really means.
It means a slow surrender and the painful death of a dream.
“Interested” sounds really good. But it requires no real effort or action.
It’s like dipping your big toe in the water and never jumping in.
It’s like taking one baby step and then stopping in that place and staying there forever.
“Interested” is the same as “hoping” – and you know how I feel about “hoping”. It’s Passive. Safe. Risk-free.
Waiting for someday.
Keep the status quo.
At this point in our conversation, I often encourage my clients to just say no to their dream now. I explain how it is much better, in the long run, to kill it quickly and move on, then to stay “interested” and 1/2 committed forever.
I know that “interested” pretends to feel like positive momentum in creating the dream, but it’s actually just a stall tactic.
We stall out when we anticipate fear, failure, risk, and change.
And yet, real dreams are born out of fear, failure, risk, and change. It’s part of the deal.
“Interested” saps energy. Creates distraction. It keeps all the options open. Nothing ever gets accomplished. Someday gets pushed out further and further into the future.
Got a big dream? I say, throw everything you’ve got at it, now.
Go all in. Move from interested to committed.
Take those baby steps towards what you want and don’t stop until you have it.
Dip all your toes in the water, then both feet, both legs, your whole body and start swimming until you reach your destination.
Yes, there will be fear and some failures – setbacks, and changes. And there is a high likelihood that you will achieve that dream. That dream will become your future reality.
Commitment makes it possible. Interest will not.
Are you a woman with an amazing dream?
Then, go get it!
Do you want to go from interested to committed? Why not, schedule a complimentary Breakthrough Session and we can talk about what’s getting in your way and holding you back. This no-obligation conversation could be just what you need to set yourself free. Book your session today!