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Can You Escape the Desert?

Updated: Mar 4, 2022

Imagine that you are travelling through the desert; a vast open landscape where it is hot and dry.  The sun is almost unbearable as its rays beat down upon your head. Suddenly, in the distance, you see signs of life.

You focus all of your energy on your goal and drag yourself towards your desired destination. Then, when you finally get there, there’s nothing to see but more sand. What you thought was an oasis was a mirage.

What do you do next? Do you lie there in the sand and give up in exasperation? Or do you get up, dust yourself off and go in search of your oasis?

In the desert, there are many mirages. When you see an oasis in the distance do you go for it, risking that it may not work out as expected or do you just continue to wander in the wilderness believing that you are never destined to find solace?

What about in life? Chances are that in order to reach your goal, you will come across a few mirages along the way. There will be times when others let you down and when you feel as though you’ll never make it.

Do you give up, or do you keep going? Do you wander in the desert for the rest of your life, cursing the mirages and never achieving anything? Or, do you understand that every obstacle that you overcome, every locked door that you break down and every mirage that you find takes you closer to meeting your goal?

If you’re ready to find your way through the desert in your life, I encourage you to reach out to me for a coaching discovery session. I can help you shift your thinking for the better after just one conversation. Pick your day and time at  I guarantee that you will walk away from our discussion with at least one idea you can start using immediately.

I would also like to invite you to my monthly mastermind Group online which occurs on the first Wednesday of the month at 11am EST. I limit each session to just 25 people, so that we will be able to go deep into your business and make the experience truly transformative.

Photo courtesy of Giorgio Parravicini on Unsplash

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