Never, ever want your client's goal more than they do.

This is true for anyone who is supporting someone to achieve a goal.

If you want them to achieve their goal more than they do, it's not really their goal you are careing about.

....and it's not really yours either.

If you find yourself in this position, it's a dangerous place to be.

All you can do is help them find what inspired them to set their goal in the first place.

Or, if that has moved, to find out where the inspiration has moved to or if it has died along the way.

This is only the beginning. Get to know clarity. Email me, Mike Kennedy...

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