Season 1 • Episode 13

Three POWERFUL Tools For Overcoming Challenges!

As a coach or consultant, challenges are inevitable. How you respond to those challenges is your choice and will make or break your business. Our special guest today is Jayne Jewell, who is a major part of the brains behind Clients on Demand. She is also one of the very best personal development coaches on the planet and can create real permanent change and breakthrough in just a few moments when working with people. Jayne helps people overcome fear, stress, and limiting mindsets, to scale their businesses and ultimately their life bigger and better. One of the things we say all the time to our clients is that their number one job is to deal with fear. Jayne walks us through some actionable methods of dealing with stress and challenge to tap into our inner power and strength.

In this episode we talk about:

● A belief that has helped Jayne and many clients in being ready to serve and conquer is “Anyone, anywhere, anytime — I got this!”

● When something happens, you have to reconnect with the outcome you want from the situation. Ask yourself what you want to achieve, what you want to serve, and focus on what winning looks like in that moment.

● Part of the outcome is connecting with something bigger than yourself. We all have different ideas of what this looks like, as long as it’s outside of yourself and part of a bigger picture of working towards an outcome rather than having a victim mentality.

● How to find your strength and name it so you can tap into it easily.

● “Some people have 20 years of experience, and some people have the same year 20 times.”

● Don’t just react to drama! It’s easy to be reactive or pretend like there isn’t a problem, but these techniques will help you pull yourself together to focus on showing up grounded, centered, and connected with your higher purpose.

● Why habits and rituals are so important and the purpose they serve in building the necessary muscles for overcoming challenges. Jayne makes it a game and a challenge to herself to stay on her rituals.

● You have to be congruent with your thoughts and your physiology. It’s hard to be depressed when you are carrying your body with confidence, and it’s hard to be upbeat when your shoulders are slumped and your head is down looking at the ground.

● When you are shifting gears, purposefully take a few seconds to practice these methods and to get in a state to enter in a way where you are available to serve.

Mentioned in This Episode:

Clients on Demand

Russ Ruffino

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