Time For Change: Get Off The “X”

Time For Change: Get Off The “X”

Change is hard, but are you stuck on the “X”?

When life happens to you and you start to feel overwhelmed, stuck and defeated, chances are you’re stuck on the “X”.

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What does that mean? 

Jason Redman is a retired Navy Seal who was shot 8 times in a combat ambush and then walked himself to the medevac helicopter in order to survive. He knew that 90% of injured men and women in combat can survive if they can get off the field and into a hospital.

Jason also knew that getting to the medevac helicopter was going to take every ounce of strength he had and that he needed to master his mind and thoughts if he was going to live.

He got off the “X”.

Getting off the “X” is a metaphor for the change you need to create when things are not going as planned in life or business.

Is it time for change in your life or business?

Getting off the “X” can be a great reminder that change only happens when we make changes to our actions.

  • Not getting enough leads? Change the way you are marketing your business.
  • Not getting enough sales? Change the way you handle sales conversations.
  • Not getting enough work done? Change the way you organize your time.

Getting off the “X” means being willing to change from where you are right now, to a completely different state— and for most people, change is hard.

You have to be willing to change and embrace discomfort.  

2020 has been a challenging year for some, and a year of transformative growth for others.  Those who are experiencing transformative growth swiftly adapted to what is happening during this global pandemic.  

Now, you might be reading this and thinking your business is different. It’s not that easy for you to change things. You are definitely impacted by your circumstances. All this talk of getting off the “X” doesn’t really apply to you.

Jason Redman was a Navy Seal who lost half his face and was severely injured, yet he recovered and started over. He is now coaching and teaching others how to build a relentless mindset to overcome anything. He teaches how to surround themselves with like-minded positive individuals looking to achieve success in life.

If it is possible for a Navy Seal to reinvent themselves as a mindset coach, it’s possible for you to get off that “X” you might be feeling stuck to right now.

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What is your “X”?

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