Yes and No. Let me explain.
Many of you know I recently signed up for the chocolate chip cookie agreement with Steve Hardison after having an amazing Be With Session last December which exceeded all expectations.
I had planned on sharing my many insights right here except I made an agreement with Steve that I would not share the content of our sessions until our agreement is complete. I am a man of my word so I won’t do that, no matter how much I am dying to share all the wonderful things I have been learning.
However, Steve has allowed me to share the IMPACT of our work which has been simply incredible.
Here are some highlights:
– My revenue has doubled since November last year (I would never have expected this and this alone was worth the fee).
– My relationship with my wife has been the best it has ever been (this alone was worth the fee)
– I have dropped some persistent unhelpful thinking that I’ve been holding onto for decades which was really getting in my way (this alone was worth the fee)
– I am loving myself more than I have ever done before which has allowed me to create at a whole different level (this alone was worth the fee).
– I have learned to be more forgiving, kind and gentle with myself to a whole new level which has allowed me to be way more effective in the world (this alone was worth the fee).
– My coaching impact has vastly increased with almost all clients commenting on this (I LIVE for this).
– My vision for what is possible has now far surpassed my wildest imagination (and I started with a goal I thought was very unlikely).
I could go on and on. When I first enquired about this package, Steve told me if I paid him 10 times the price, it would be cheap for what I got. I can tell you that Steve earned the fee within the first session. He has done that several times in the last few months. Sometimes, like on Saturday, I will get a phone call that may be 10 minutes long that was absolute GOLD and worth a lot of money in the value I got from it.
So why Yes and No? Shouldn’t it be simply Yes?
Well, there are a couple of reasons. Firstly, as Steve mentions over and over again, he can’t do the reps for you. As with any coach YOU, the client, have to take action. You have to do the work. If you don’t it doesn’t matter who the coach is. You are wasting your money and I am determined to get as much as I can from this agreement.
Secondly, this is not coaching. I told Steve that he is a magician. A sorcerer. A soul orthodontist as he puts it. It’s so far beyond coaching that I don’t know what to call it. Whatever it is that he does, yeah it’s worth the fee and a whole lot more. Thank you Steve for everything you do, who you BE and your endless love and creation of how you see me.
With love and appreciation,
Coach and Author of Sweet Sharing – Rediscovering the REAL You