What’s your why? Whether it’s about why you’re a coach or anything else you’re working on in your life, it’s important to figure out your why. That’s your north star, your guiding light that will help you stay focused when things get tough. When things aren’t going your way or it seems like a constant uphill battle, you can go back to your why and get re-motivated.
When I joined this business I loved hearing everyone’s why but felt like I couldn’t relate to most of the people that were talking. They all had husbands that they wanted to spend more time with or kids they wanted to stay home with or debt they wanted to get out of. Of course I want more financial freedom and time to spend with people I love, but with no mortgage to pay, no husband to hang out with, or kids to take care of, it was hard to relate to those whys. So I had to really think about what it was that I wanted to get out of this business. What did I figure out, you ask? Well I joined this business to help people, but so did everyone else. My why is being able to one day work for myself full time. I absolutely love my job, my coworkers, my boss, my company and everything about it (most of the time). However I crave the freedom that being my own boss would have! And unlike other businesses I could go into for myself, the BeachBody opportunity helps you earn money even on your days off! So I can travel (my real passion) and spend time with friends and family when I need to and not have to worry about money. So my why is freedom. What’s your why?