Who Are You?

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Good morning friends. I think it’s high time that I explain exactly whom I intend to serve with this blog. It starts with my mission: to increase the number of folks on the planet in active pursuit of their work life happiness and freedom.

But who among you has the highest probability of being helped by working with me? Those who have the following characteristics have a higher probability of getting desired results with my guidance. This post is a profile of those clients who have had the most success working with me in my ten years of life and career coaching.

  1. You are curious, a life-long learner who is willing to look within and self-examine – even when you don’t like what you see.
  2. You are a risk-taker – brave enough to stand tall without compromise when it comes to defending your values.
  3. You are a natural optimist who has always felt that you were destined for greatness.
  4. You are independent by nature, ambitious and unconventional.
  5. You tell the truth to yourself about yourself and embrace self-responsibility.
  6. You are willing to ask for help, and boldly ask more of yourself as well.
  7. You know exactly what you want or else you are willing to make finding what you want your #1 priority.
  8. You are willing to take action now.

So, can you honestly say “yes” to at least four of the above eight? If you can, we can bring you up-to-speed on the others.

If the above describes you, then feel very good about yourself. You might as well stop all that self-flagellation right now. Praise yourself because you are truly magnificent! If you are ready to begin active pursuit of your true calling, then prove it. Read what my pleased coaching clients have to say about my coaching.

Take the action that can save your life. This glorious path has many possible entry points. But they’ll all remain hidden unless you take action now.

Contact me today for a no obligation discussion about your work life freedom and happiness.

Enthusiastically Yours,
Tom Volkar

Comments

  1. So nice blog.. I think i know who i am? I’m very lazy got any tips other then get up and do it to stop the Lazyies!
    I have very little motivation I just want things to be done!
    example I love to eat but dont enjoy cooking! so much! sometimes i do!
    well Tom Thanks for letting me take up a second of your time!
    i don’t want to type anymore i want to see more of your site!
    Check ya later!

  2. Well Pril, that’s an interesting self-assessment. But I’m betting that’s not who you are. You might appear to be lazy because you’re temporarily not compelled to do much. But you have some fire in you somewhere. My advice is to try out more and different things until you find something that you can’t stop doing. Then you’ll be happily driven, not lazy.

    In fact, I’ll bet you already have at least a couple interests that you can lose yourself in. Activities that feel so good to the real you are what you’re looking for. Do more of those and please don’t be so hard on yourself. Most of us would rather be lazy than work. It’s natural to just be.

  3. Wow! I can certainly relate to this post. While I would press my pencil a little firmer on some of those points above than others, I would have to check them all. I only read nonfiction books that I can learn and grow from. It’s almost an addiction. Hummmm

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