BY SHANNON KAISER AUGUST 22, 2014
Many of my coaching clients first come to me looking for the epiphany: that instant moment when you have it figured out, and all of the emotional pain is wiped away with clarity. Sometimes it happens for them. They return with excited emotions and they say, “I had my aha moment!”
It’s great to have an epiphany, but what you do with that new clarity is what matters most.
Most of our habits are so ingrained in our lives that changing behaviors causes regression. Most epiphanies force us to see situations and ourselves in a new light. The next step is courage. And taking that step to live out your epiphany is when real transformation happens.
In my own life I’ve had some powerful moments. But the ones that have impacted my life the most are the ones I’ve put into practice.
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