What’s Love Got to Do With It?
Often, when people find themselves at a career crossroads, well-meaning friends and family encourage them to pursue their passion. Alternative career seekers are told to “do what they love” when it comes to the next phase of their professional life. Please . . . stop thinking that way!
At The Entrepreneur’s Source®, we have worked with thousands of people who were questioning where they are at now and what to do next. After more than 32 years, we know that doing what you love is not always the best path to success and happiness. Instead, success and happiness come from aligning your professional path with your personal Income, Lifestyle, Wealth, and Equity (ILWE) goals.
Fall in Love with Your Life
Coaches at The Entrepreneur’s Source understand that your career path is a catalyst for helping you achieve your ILWE goals . When you have a clear understanding of what you want in each of these four areas, you can evaluate your next professional step against these goals. After all, success in these areas directly impacts:
- how well you can provide for your family,
- the amount of time you spend with your loved ones,
- the amount of adventure and excitement you can build into your life,
- how much you can give back to the community, and/or
- your confidence in retiring securely.
The ability to take advantage of and enjoy the important things in your life is directly tied to achieving your Income, Lifestyle, Wealth, and Equity (ILWE) goals.
The Role of a Coach
Franchise coaches ask hard-hitting questions and employ tools that help you clearly articulate these personal ILWE objectives. For some, this means exploring the way in which your career impacts those around to you. For others, this may mean working through financial challenges. In every case, The Entrepreneur’s Source coaches guide you as you rethink the role your profession plays in your life.
Once your ILWE goals have been clearly identified, they work with you to explore alternative career paths. Your Esource Coach will help you evaluate each option that presents itself against its ability to support what matters most in your life.
Ask yourself this . . . When you compare what you do to how you live, which brings you the most satisfaction and pleasure? At The Entrepreneur’s Source, we know that it is the later.