Are you “in alignment” with the type of client you want? Are you “be-ing” and “do-ing” things in a way that support what you say you want?
For example, if you want to attract high quality, committed clients who will pay you, you have to be like them.
If you want your business to run smoothly, and flow almost effortlessly, you must have business systems in place to support that desire.
If you want to be confident and banish sometimes never-ending doubt, you must address limiting beliefs.
Being in alignment is about making conscious choices, and taking consistent actions that supports what you say you want.
Attracting Your Choice Client
If you’re not attracting the kinds of clients you want, the kind who value personal growth and investing in themselves… are committed to doing the work required for transformation… and who pay you what you are worth… one place to start looking is how you are showing up in these areas yourself.
Do you invest in yourself? Do you value your coaches and mentors? Do you “walk the talk” and hold yourself to the same high standards as you do your clients? Do you do your transformation work to grow your business?
If not, you’re out of alignment, and will not attract the type of client you are seeking. It’s saying one thing, and doing another; it’s out of integrity with yourself.
When choosing your choice client (a niche), choose a group of people your’e naturally in alignment with. For example, if you’re a health and wellness coach, you’re naturally in alignment and will find the best clients in people who already naturally value health and well-being—not necessarily with people who have been overweight all their lives, although they desperately need your help.
Address Alignment ‘Mismatches’
My coach’s request for you this week is to take a look at three places where they may be alignment “mismatches” in your business: where you might be out of alignment with what you say you want.
Here are the three areas to look; 1) your choice clients, 2) your business systems, and 3) your beliefs:
1. Choice clients
Think about the type of person you want to attract. A good place to begin is to think about what this person values, which must be in alignment with what you value.
For example, does this person value investing in themselves? Your time and expertise? Investing in their personal growth? Creating wealth? Freedom? You and this choice client must be alike each other to be in alignment.
2. Business systems
Do you want a smooth, effortless operating business? Then, think about if you are doing activities to support this, such as; creating systems that are repeatable; documenting systems; having a marketing strategy and plan that you implement daily; getting the help and support you need.
What do you believe about yourself? What do you want to believe?
Do you want to be able to overcome fears and doubts that will naturally surface as your business grows and you do new things? Then, adopt a belief system that will support you. Do you want success, yet deep down believe you will never achieve it? Or, do you feel you have to give up something in order to be successful?
Check in with your belief systems, and see if they are in alignment with what you want. If not, shift them so you will flow toward what you want.
When your beliefs, activities, and energy matches what you really want in your heart, incredible things begin to unfold in your life and business… which is exactly what I wish for you.