They Didn’t Like What I said…
I was teaching, that the world is your reflection. I was heavily criticized the other day during my half day training. We had a full house last Saturday and so many people learnt so much and then BANG.
I was just giving away a real gem of a tip, talking about how you can use your reflection to enhance your personal development. I said, that when you have the need to fix someone else, to help them with their life – with their problems – with their emotional agony – that’s a signal for you to look inside and work on yourself.
Now remember – I said “need” and need is emotional. Emotion is what we are required to remove from our bodies. This doesn’t mean you can’t fix others and it certainly doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t. Although if you were at my training, I revealed a seriously big reason, when and why you shouldn’t – but that’s not applicable to everyone.
Trouble Trouble – Too Many Life Coaches
I went on to explain that this is why there are too many Life Coaches at the moment. (in Melbourne anyway) People are learning more and more about themselves nowadays which is a great thing for the world…
BUT of course, often what happens is that you learn something and have a breakthrough. Instead of focusing inward and going further, finding out more, getting through a few more layers of your personality – you focus outward on other people.
This is great for the other people but my point is you need to first and foremost work on yourself. If you don’y your own progress is stalled.
The Gold Rush
How do i know there are too many coaches at the moment? Have you heard this line before?
“Who makes money in the gold rush? The man selling the shovels.”
Well the shovel sellers have arrived set up shop and they are selling shovels to anyone that will take one.
It’s not a big deal the world certainly needs help., however I upset a few people in the audience by talking about this. They were in the business of helping others and they took my comments to heart – they were triggered BIG time – they got defensive, argumentative and one even attacked.
I felt sorry for them because they couldn’t see what I was teaching on the day – that is triggers are symptoms of buried emotional charges. Symptoms of your past negative experiences and they are holding you back.
They blind you from the world around you and you miss key opportunities, relationships, contacts and great deals.
You repel good things from you under the grip of this emotional charge.
If you would like to find out more about this, my next event is listed below.
Aymen Fares is a speaker, consultant and entrepreneur who has helped people all over the world. He is based in Melbourne Australia.