Parking for fear
For some, it’s a perpetual state. They don’t move because of fear – fear of failure, fear of embarrassment, fear of what others will say or think, and even fear of success.
They think they can avoid risk by remaining parked. In reality, they are taking the biggest risk of all. It’s sad because they are doomed to the life they now have if they don’t change.
Parking to celebrate
Others are parked because they just hit a BIGG goal. It’s healthy to take a little time to celebrate your successes. However, you’ll never reach BIGG success if you rest on your laurels. John Wooden said it best:
“Remember this your lifetime through;
Tomorrow there will be more to do.
And failure waits for all who stay
With some success made yesterday.
Tomorrow you must try once more,
And even harder than before.”
Parking to look at the map
In some cases, people are parked because they don’t know where to go next. This can lead to failure if you spend too much time off the road.
If you’re not sure how to reach the next level of success, maybe we can help you with the map. Check out our coaching packages.
Parking is at your own risk. Get on the expressway to BIGG success – even if you have to throw it in reverse first.
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