how to coach yourself

The only place your future exists is in your mind.

This is great news.

It means you can create new and different results in your mind, then create those results in real life.

The way you do this is through coaching.

You can get coaching from a coach.

You can coach yourself. 

I do both.

I have a coach who coaches me, and I coach myself.

Every morning right when I wake up, I use the Self-Coaching Model to coach myself.

The Self-Coaching Model is the tool you can use to coach yourself, too. 

I use it to solve my problems.

I use it to accomplish my goals.

I use it on whatever I’m thinking about.

I use it for everything.

Coaching yourself can make all the difference in your life. 

I know this because it’s made all the difference in mine.

It’s a daily practice that doesn’t take much time and can give you life changing results.

The most successful people I know have a coach and coach themselves. 

Take a minute to learn how to use this tool in your life.

It can make all the difference.

In this episode, I show you how to do just that.

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Full How To Coach Yourself Episode Transcript

Welcome to the Design Your Dream Life podcast where it’s all about designing your life on your terms and now your host, Natalie Bacon.

Hey, how’s it going? I am so glad to be with you right now because this episode is going to be all about how to coach yourself, which I think is one of the most life changing tools I’ve learned how to do in the last couple of years and I am a certified life coach. So I’ve gone through all of this training to learn how to best coach myself and I’ve talked about this and how I do this and part of my morning routine. I’ve shared this in some blog posts and on Instagram and I’m getting a lot of questions so I know you want to know how to coach yourself.

If you want to join my actual coaching program where you get coaching from a coach, you can join the wait list and reserve your seat Nataliebacon.com/coaching. This is going to be for high achieving women who want to love their lives as much as they thought they would when they were kids.

But coaching goes both ways. You can get coaching from a coach like a life coach or you can coach yourself and I say or, but really I think it should be, and I think there’s so much value in doing both because with coaching yourself you are going to get so many benefits. You’re going to get a heightened awareness to your thinking. You can use self coaching to help yourself feel better. You can use it to solve your own problems. You will learn how to think more deliberately. You’ll learn how to accomplish new and different things in your future that you’ve never done before. It’s almost like manifesting but in an actual, you know, um, methodic way instead of just kind of Oh think nice thoughts and like let it come to you. It’s a little bit more involved than that. You’ll also learn how to process negative emotions without like obsessing or spinning out and kind of what the difference is there.

And you’re going to learn how to like tell a different story about your past and how to create positive emotions, you know, today and in the future. So I love self coaching and that’s all the work that you can do for yourself and then when you get coaching from a coach, it’s actually like 10 X in your results and you’ll probably be able to see things you didn’t really see when you coach yourself from a coach who coaches with you. I get coaching, I give coaching, I coach myself. It’s really, really made a huge difference in my life. If you haven’t listened to the episode called How To Solve Any Problem I would go back and listen to that podcast episode because it kind of goes along with this one. I talked a lot about the self coaching model in terms of um, how to use it to solve a specific problem.

But in this episode I wanted to share with you how to use it as part of a daily practice. And I think self coaching is best done when you can make it a habit. It’s funny, I am obsessed with Rachel Hollis and I was in the habit of like going to the gym periodically, let’s say that at best. And I would say it’s probably three to times a week. And I heard her say something about habits and it really stuck out to me, which was, you know, she really makes it a habit to do it every day because when it’s a habit, it’s just part of your routine. You don’t have to think about it as much. And I found that this is true for me. The more I can make something part of my routine, the more I do it with ease and the more results I get.

So for me, I do self coaching Monday through Friday, I do it right when I wake up. I have a journal right by my bed, pen and paper. It’s really important that you write it down. It can be digitally or you know, handwritten whatever you want. Um, when you coach yourself, you might find that you don’t want to, uh, have this information laying around all the time. So you might, you know, write it all down and then kind of get rid of it down the road. But either way it’s really, really important that you write it down and don’t do it in your head.

I like to do it first thing in the morning, but whatever works for you, if you want to do it, you know, twice a week on a Monday and Wednesday of the week or Tuesday and Thursday, that might be useful. I just think if you can definitely make it part of your routine in some way, you’re more likely to actually follow through and you won’t have to rely on willpower because it’ll just be part of your routine.

Another time that I think it’s a really good idea for you to kind of increase your self coaching is when you really want to accomplish something and maybe you’re not making progress on it yet. Like you’ve had this idea of starting an online business. You had this idea that you want to make six figures working from home or you know, for me it’d be seven figures, whatever it is. If you have a goal and you or you want to do something but you’re not making progress on it, self coaching can be a great way for you to see what’s going on and bring awareness to it so that you can actually start to get results.

Another time I think it’s really great to do self coaching is when you have a problem so when something happens and you’re really going through it, but job loss, money hit, whatever it is that you know, a relationship ended, anything like that. I think self coaching, it can be so, so powerful.

Now the way that I teach self coaching is from the life coach school, which is where I got my life coaching certification and the main tool that you use for self coaching is called the self coaching model and it’s based on following truths. It’s based on the truth that you cannot control the world. Nothing outside of you has the power to make you feel good or bad, which is a tough one to swallow. We’ll talk more about that.

It’s not the circumstance, but it’s actually your thoughts about the circumstance that will create your experience. You attract what you think about. Emotions are vibrations in your body that lead to action. You cannot permanently change your results without changing your thoughts. Now, this is what makes the way that I coach so powerful and so different than so many other coaching programs out there.

It’s like what I learned from the life coach school and my training is that you have to kind of get to the root, of the problem, which is your thoughts. When you solve for the thoughts and the feelings, then the actions and results will change. But other coaching programs will tell you what actions to change. And when you change actions without changing the thoughts and feelings behind the action, you’re going to have resistance and you’re going to have to rely on willpower. And it rarely works.

Think of, you know the diets, right? If you, if you, um, do a lot of diet plans or you’re trying to lose weight and you focus solely on changing your actions without doing the thought and feeling work, it’s going to be very hard to get results. Some people do it, most people don’t keep it off, right? It’s like, Oh, I’ve tried every single diet and it’s not really working.

Right. It’s because you’re not doing the thought and feeling work, which is why there’s so many amazing weight loss coaches who’ve gone through my training, who coach on the thought and feeling work and then their clients get long term results because diets actually work, right? It’s, you know, if you just follow the plan, they work, right? It’s the following the plan part that doesn’t work and it’s because you haven’t managed your mind and your emotions go along with it.

I love to think of the example of someone quitting smoking. People who quit smoking or they’ve tried so hard to quit smoking and they can’t quit smoking. Well, it’s like you find out you are diagnosed with cancer and boom, like cold turkey, quit smoking, never pick up cigarette again. Well, what changed, right? It’s like you found out information and you had a thought, right? You had a thought that you thought like now I’m done with cigarettes, right? No matter what, and that changed everything. Like you didn’t need to do a nicotine patch or whatever they have out there. I just think for me that visualization, that example is so powerful.

More truths that the self coaching model is based on is that being conscious and choosing your thoughts are the most important components to feeling better because it’s your thoughts that create your feelings. So when you think a thought, you feel a feeling and when you feel a feeling you take action or you don’t take action, right? Because of how you feel, your actions, those behaviors create your experience of the world and ultimately what your life looks like, like all the results.

So if your thoughts suck, your life is going to suck. It’s the circumstance that triggers the thought that gets the cycle started. So the negative thought leads to a negative feeling which leads to certain actions and then produces a certain result. The result caused by the original thought is now evidence for the thought and strengthens its hold on your brain’s patterns.

And so like this spin continues and the longer you’ve been at this, the more evidence you’re going to find in your life. And like I said, many coaching programs are just going to focus on fixing the results and the actions instead of the thoughts and feelings behind it. So I call it causal coaching. I think it’s the most powerful work you can do. And it has changed my life in ways that it’s hard to even explain. My life is so much better. So the self coaching model is the CTFAR model and it’s made up of circumstances, thoughts, feelings, actions and results. So CTFAR, I just want to review what those components are.

So the circumstances, something that happens in the world, it’s the C line. This is neutral. All circumstances are neutral. Thoughts are just sentences in your head. It’s a sentence you know that you have about a circumstance and this is where you’re going to do your self coaching. That’s the T-Line feelings. It’s just a vibration in your body. I use feelings and emotions as the same meaning here. So it’s just a vibration in your body and it’s caused by a thought. This is very different than a sensation. So if you go outside and it’s like 110 degrees, your body might just start sweat immediately and you might feel a certain way, but you can have a thought about that as well and have a feeling. So sensations are caused from something external feelings or emotions are caused from your thoughts. So you can make that heat mean a lot more or a lot less.

Like I tried to do this work when I’m tired, right? If I’m actually tired, how often do we kind of slip into having all of these negative thoughts about being tired when it’s like you could just be tired and like that’s okay without having all this self pity and all the negative thoughts that go along with it. And when I coach myself on that, what happens is I bring greater awareness to it so that the next time I’m tired I’m like, Oh yeah, this is just me being tired. I don’t have to think all these crazy horrible things. I’m just tired and maybe I just need to, you know, take a nap or something. The feeling is a vibration in your body. Actions or inaction is what you do or don’t do, and this is caused by your feelings. This is, I think, the most easy part of the model to fill out. It’s very obvious what an action or inaction is.

Your result is what happens as the effect of your action or inactions. Sometimes the result can get tricky to fill in. Don’t obsess about it, but your result is the result for you. So you have your circumstance, your thought, your feeling, your action, and your result. And now I want to talk to you about how to actually coach yourself.

So this is what I do every morning. I think it’s just a great tool to have in your back pocket. The first thing you do is you do what’s called a thought download. It’s a brain dump. You spend about 10 minutes just writing. You want to write us about a specific example. So whatever’s going on in your life, it can be anything. It doesn’t have to be super deep or tragic or something like that. It can just be anything. Like I went to the grocery store last night and I was rude to the cashier and I was frustrated the entire evening.

And like whatever your example is, you just want to make it a specific instance because that’s where you’ll get the most bang for your buck. Instead of saying something like, I’m always in scarcity, it’s just going to be hard to coach when you’re, if you’re being very general or vague. So do this brain dump. Don’t stop when you’re writing, just write, just write about whatever the specific situation is. Don’t stop it all.

And then you know after you’ve written for like 10 or 15 minutes, stop. And then what I want you to do is step two is you’re just going to pick one thought. So in my previous example, I went to the grocery store is a circumstance I was rude to the cashier is a thought. Now be really, really careful because this is the biggest mistake that people have in coaching themselves. They put a thought in the circumstance line thoughts are always optional and they are sentences in your head and they cannot be proven.

So when you would say like I was rude to the cashier, even if a hundred out of a hundred people would agree with you, it’s still just a thought. I always think about people, this is kind of terrible actually. I was thinking about like tragedies that happen or people who do like really crazy psychotic things or like killers or something like that.

Like they actually think what they’re doing is something that they want to be doing and it’s a good thing or whatever. Right? So like what’s happening is totally neutral, but the thought that we have, like this is a horrible thing in the world. This, that this happened is just a thought and it’s optional. Now be careful. It doesn’t mean that you should change the thought, right? I want to think that shootings and mass murders are horrible things. Like that’s a thought I want to keep, but I’m noticing that that is a thought and that’s a choice that I have.

That’s the key here. So I was rude to the cashier is a choice and I would put that in like the T-Line, right? And then I would notice that I’m feeling a certain way and then then that’s the next line I would fill out would be the feeling. So the feeling, I just want you to put one word in. No, this is really fun.

The thing that I’ve noticed with coaching is that if you ever ask someone how they’re feeling, they will tell you a thought. Well, I felt really bad about what I said to the cashier. That is a thought, the actual feeling. I was rude to the cashier. How does that make me feel? When you’re coaching yourself, think the thought that you wrote down in the T line and really think about how it makes you feel. I was rude to the cashier.

That makes me feel bad. It makes me feel bad. So there’s tons of different examples of feelings and if you’re not used to doing this work, you might not be used to coming up with all kinds of different feelings. But examples of feelings would be like love, happy, joy, frustration, sadness, excited, determined, productive, self pity, ambitious, confident, annoyed, grateful, amused. Those are all examples of feelings.

When there’s one that I am having trouble identifying, I will either try to look up feelings or I will go with uncomfortable. That’s always like a good go to. If you can’t pinpoint and then as you start to use uncomfortable a little bit more, you’ll probably start to pay more attention to your feelings and be more mindful and then you’ll probably have a different word.

In the model that I was just filling out if the circumstances, I went to the grocery store and the thought is I was rude to the cashier and you know what? Now that I’m talking about this model with you, the circumstance, you can even get more specific. You could say like exactly what I had said to the cashier. You can put that in there, but you just can’t say I was rude to the cashier. I was rude to the cashier goes in the T-Line. That is, I thought I was rude to the cashier.

When I think that I feel kind of like embarrassed now this didn’t actually happen so I’m just like making it up and thinking like if I was, if I had said something that I want to interpret as being rude to the cashier, how would I feel like I would feel embarrassed about that. And then you go down to the action line. Now what action did you take or inaction did you take based on how you felt? Now your feelings will always cause your actions and you want to make sure that you fill in the actual action that was generated from the feeling.

You know, in this example of being embarrassed, a lot of times negative emotion puts you into hiding, right? Like maybe you like rush home and you don’t talk to anyone and you’re just kind of, now you’re going into self pity, but you’re avoiding. The more actions that you can write out. I think the better because you can kind of get a sense of how much this is affecting your life and then you might find what the result is. Now the result must always tie back to the T line and this sometimes it gets a little bit tricky to fill up the result line, but don’t stress about it. Just keep in mind that the result, the R line is the result for you. It’s not the result for someone else. Like I wouldn’t put down that the cashier had to hear me say something rude.

That’s not like their result. That would be in their model. Right? So my model is the result for me. So if I had said something to the cashier and I have this thought that I said something rude to her and I felt embarrassed and the action I took was to kind of like rush out of the grocery store and kind of like hide and feel sorry for myself and just ignore people the rest of the day, the result is like I’m continuing to be rude to myself.

Now do you see how the result is me being rude in my life? Right? So like you could fill this out in a completely different way and I could have just whatever I had said to the cashier, I could have just not made it mean anything and then it wouldn’t have spiraled. And that’s the whole point of the self coaching model is for you to bring awareness to the fact that you are causing all the results that you have in your life.

So let’s go through another example. Let’s take the example. Let’s say my husband forgot my birthday. So that’s what you put in your model, and you have this thought that your husband doesn’t care about you and that generates the feeling of feeling lonely. So what do you do? You in the A line you would put, you give your husband the cold shoulder, you avoid your husband, you maybe have some attitude towards him, your maybe a little bit mean to him.

The result of having the thought, my husband doesn’t care about me is that you don’t show love and care about your husband. So the result is always tying back to the original thought. Now let’s just do that same model but have a different thought. So let you always want to put the same circumstance in the C line and then play around with the rest of it.

So it’s like my husband forgot my birthday. I know my husband wants to help me celebrate my birthday, right? So same circumstance, husband forgets birthday. You can just put a different thought in there. I know my husband wants to help me celebrate my birthday and how does that make me feel when I think that thought very loved.

So what action would I take from that place of love? I would remind my husband it’s my birthday and help him plan something for us to celebrate. And the result is I helped myself to have an amazing birthday by loving myself and my husband. So it’s the exact same circumstance of my husband forgetting my birthday. And the point again is for you to see that you can make circumstances mean whatever you want and the way that you’ve been programmed is to make things have certain types of meaning.

So what you want to do is start to make things mean something in a way that supports the future that you want. So when you fill out this model, I want you to look at it and I want you to like question it like is your thought true? And you’re going to think it’s true. You’re really gonna think it’s true.

But I want you to ask yourself if there’s like anyone in the world who could see it differently, even if like you don’t even, you could never agree with that person. Is there someone else in the world that could see the circumstance differently? If the answer is yes, then all that shows you is that your thought is optional. It is something that you chose. It doesn’t mean that you have to change it. It’s just bringing awareness to it. It’s showing you that you are creating your thoughts, you’re creating your feelings that are causing your actions and results in your life.

And I always think this is great news. It’s like, Oh well I created all the results in my life already up to this point. Although I did it unintentionally and now that I have this amazing tool, now I can create my results intentionally. And that is like freaking magic it will change your life.

The way that you coach yourself is primarily through doing that thought download and then you do that model, the CTFAR model and the CTFAR model is what’s happening right now. So these examples that we went through are just what’s happening right now. And then, and then the third step is to question it all and kind of look at it critically. And remember when you are filling out this model, you can pick any thought from your brain dump. You don’t have to look for like the deepest thought or like the most powerful thought.

You just do your brain dump and then you just pick a thought from it and you plug it into the model. And that’s actually called an unintentional model. It’s what’s happening right now. And then you’re going to analyze it. You’re going to question everything. You’re going to start to bring that heightened awareness.

And then the fourth step, which I don’t want you to rush into but I want you to be aware of for your own coaching practice, is to do what’s called an intentional model. And you do an intentional model by filling out the CTFAR model, but you do it in a way that you make up the T F A and R to get whatever you want. So you put in the same C and then what I like to do is you can start at any place after you fill in the C for the unintentional model, you want to go in a row, you want to do the C, the T the FAR, but you, when you do an intentional model, I like to put the C in there so we know what the circumstances.

And for me personally, I like to fill out the results and then work backwards. But you might just decide that you want to feel a certain way about a certain situation. So you might fill in the F line. I think it’s kind of hard to start with the T line in an intentional model, but if you have a thought that you really want, you can put that in there.

But whatever you go to next, you can do the R and work backward or the F and then work down the A the R and then the T you just want to make sure that when you choose a new thought, it’s believable and available to you. So what I see a lot is like people misinterpret this work for thinking that affirmations are what we’re teaching. And that is not true at all because what happens with affirmations if you don’t do this pre-work, is that you will start to save thoughts that you don’t believe.

So one of the thoughts that I love so much with money, is like money’s easy. And I’m so glad that I have this thought and it feels really good to me and I know it’s true. And like I say it all the time, I think it like, I just love money. Like that’s another one. Like I love my money. And, um, I know this comes from a very abundant place.

Now, I do a lot of coaching people on money and they do not love money. Do not think money is easy. They might really want to believe money is easy, but they’re so far from that. Like their unintentional model is like money is very difficult and I never have enough money. So when you create an intentional model, you need to make sure that the thought you put in there is not jumping too far ahead.

It’s something you can believe. It’s like laddering thoughts. It’s just moving up a little bit. So instead of someone I coached, one of my clients saying, money is easy, or I love money, they might say, I have enough money for today and that’s enough. Right?

Do you see how that’s softer and more neutral than I never have enough money, which is super in scarcity or another one I love just adding. And that’s okay to the end of things. It’s really softens the thought of a lot. So you could say, I never have enough money and that’s okay.

Creating an intentional model helps you get new thoughts that you can believe that move you towards abundance. So when you fill out this new model, you want to make sure that you end up with a T that’s available to you. And when you write it down, I want you to carry around your intentional model with you on a piece of paper in like your wallet or your purse, or make a note in your phone and then have access to it.

So whenever you’re in that situation again, like let’s say you’re checking your bank account, paying attention, how you feel when you log in and you’re still in scarcity with money. After you’ve done an intentional model, you might remember to look at it, which is the whole point. You know, you pull up that intentional model and you say, well, I have enough money for today and that’s good enough, right?

And you’ve kind of, you’re moving out of scarcity and the more you coach yourself on this same topic, the more you’re going to move forward. It’s like reprogramming your brain, your new neural pathways so that you create new thought patterns. And you default to those instead of I never have enough money or I’m going to run out of money or whatever. So that is how you coach yourself. You do a thought download, you do an unintentional model where you fill out the CTFAR lines and you focus on what’s happening right now.

Then you analyze everything and question it all and then you’re going to do an intentional model and that is going to help you create new and different results in the future. I want to encourage you to know that like you really can’t do this wrong. Even if I was coaching you and I corrected your model, you doing it is still going to bring up an awareness to everything that you’re experiencing that’s going to help you move forward.

So just know that you’re doing it right and I want to also encourage you to keep it really, really simple. You don’t need to complicate your models. People will be looking for really like deep thoughts and like people talk about blocks, you know, and they’re just like looking for this block, like just relax and do a journal entry. Do a brain dump and take a simple thought and just plug it in and keep it very simple and you’ll see how your T is kind of causing the results in your life.

Now the point is not for you to stop feeling negative emotion or to avoid it. The point is for you to take responsibility for how you feel instead of giving that power away or blaming other people. I heard this analogy from Jody Moore who coaches Mormon Moms and I love it and she says, it’s kind of like before you do self coaching, you think that the world is punching you in the face, but when you do self coaching you realize that you’re punching yourself in the face and that by self coaching more and more you bring awareness to this and then over time you kind of see it’s unnecessary for you to punch yourself in the face so much so you stop. And I think that’s such a powerful analogy because that’s been my experience and that’s what’s helped me move from a scarcity to abundance.

When you start to self coach, one thing that I noticed and when I teach this I notice other clients and students doing is that you might be tempted to want to tell other people about this. You can send them this episode. That’s a great way to do it, but I would definitely encourage you not to try to coach them against their will like, Oh no. The way you’re thinking about that is it’s just in your head like people don’t receive that well, so just use this as a tool for yourself.

I think when you’re in a relationship as well, like your spouse, it can be very easy to want to say, Oh well this is just a circumstance and it’s up to you to decide how you want to interpret it. Don’t do that. Instead, use this tool for yourself so that you can coach yourself and make it about you and improving your life.

Since I do see people doing the model a lot and I know that the biggest mistake in filling out the model is mixing up T’s and C’s, the circumstances and thoughts. I want to just go through one more quick example.

So let’s say the circumstance is she did not show up on time and this is an unintentional model and then your thought is she does not respect me and your feeling is rejected. Now make sure when you fill out the model, you think the thought she does not respect me and pay attention to how that actually makes you feel. And write down that one word, feeling. Notice how it feels in your body without avoiding reacting or resisting it, just how it feels to experience it and feel rejected. Then the action that you take now, you may or may not have actually taken the action, but go through the whole model as if you did.

So if you know you’re thinking she doesn’t respect me, I feel rejected about it. What action would you take? Maybe you make snide comments to her. Maybe you act kind of passive aggressive, right? And what’s the result? The result is you show her less respect. The result is you don’t respect yourself as much. Notice like your kind of acting in a disrespectful way because you’re thinking that she doesn’t respect you.

So notice that that result ties back to the T. Now, I want to do the same model, but use a different T and see how the result is so different. So the exact same circumstance, she did not show up on time. Now let’s say the thought is she must be busy. I won’t take it personally and the feeling is relaxed. So when I think the thought she must be busy, I won’t take it personally.

I feel relaxed about everything. The action that I take is I’m kind and I’m understanding and I show up for the lunch and I be my best self in that situation. I feel connected to her. Well then the result is I don’t have that negativity. I don’t take it personally. There’s no effect on my life of negativity because I thought the thought she must be busy, I won’t take it personally.

So notice that the thought created the result, right? And kind of just let go. I didn’t make it mean anything. It’s the exact same circumstance. Creating a different experience all based on what you make things mean. It’s all based on your thinking. So if when my friend shows up late, I choose to think I’m just as happy to see her as if she had showed up on time. The feeling is totally different than if I think the thought she doesn’t respect me.

Totally different result in my life. So I just want you to notice that it is never the circumstance causing your feelings. It’s always your thinking about the circumstance that’s causing your feelings. This is total freedom. It’s amazing and it will give you all your power back. Now, it doesn’t mean that you don’t want to feel negative emotion, right?

I don’t know if this would be a good example, but maybe you do want to feel disrespected about someone showing up late or you do want to feel rejected and you want to think the thought, she doesn’t respect me. That’s fine. That’s okay. The point is that you understand that it’s you creating that result. It’s you creating that feeling, right? And this is often the case when you put in here like someone cheated on you. That’s a circumstance, right? If you’re married and someone has relations outside of the marriage, that’s a circumstance.

Now if you’re like me, I would want to have a thought about that. That doesn’t generate feelings of like excitement and happiness. My thought is probably going to be something that generates sadness, disappointment, you know, whatever. But the point is that I am going to have that thought. That’s going to cause the feeling that’s going to cause the action, and the result.

That gives me the power because I have awareness that I’m causing my feelings, I’m taking action and I’m going to create results in my life based on my thinking. This is how you do the process of self coaching and this is how you bring awareness to your life and this is how you change your thoughts so that you can have new and different results. You can do this with every area of your life. Relationships, you know, family, your work, your career, your business, your money.

You can do it with everything. It is so powerful. This is the work that will be in my coaching program Grow You. Again, if you want to get on the waitlist, Nataliebacon.com/coaching but this is the work that you should do every day. It will seriously change your life in ways that I can’t even express with enough enthusiasm because it’s just given me such freedom to create the results that I want for myself and giving myself that responsibility instead of feeling like the rest of the world’s like punching me in the face. I know if I’m getting punched in the face, it’s like me doing it, which is total total freedom. Okay. I hope this helps you and I hope that you include self coaching as part of your daily or weekly routine so that you can have amazing results in your life. I will talk to you next week. Bye bye.

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