Reasons You Want to Quit: You Are Taking Score Too Soon

New coaches who have been in business for two years or less, sometimes even three years depending on the traction you have or have not gained, often experience feelings of overwhelm, stress, and burn out. 

This leads to feelings of self-doubt, wondering why you started this business in the first place, and if you have what it takes to succeed. 

In order to overcome these feelings and really shift your perspective so you can refocus, you have to know why this is happening.

There are the four common reasons that new coaches and business owners want to quit before they’ve even had the success that is possible for them.

The first one is, you are taking score too soon!

It’s important to remember that success in anything, including your business, takes time. It takes practice, trial and error, and  consistency that accumulates over the years, and builds a sustainable business you can count on.

So, if you’re taking a score one, two, or even three years into your business, and you’re frustrated with the progress that you’ve made, stop and ask yourself… Am I expecting too much too soon?

I go into this a bit more in this video. Watch for inspiration to keep going.

Next week I’ll be sharing the second reason new coaches want to quit.

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Jessica Perez-Beebe

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Jessica Perez-Beebe is the founder of Live Now, LLC, a coaching company for coaches!

She’s a pro-athlete, entrepreneur, certified strategic life coach, and recognized expert in mindset, performance, and personal transformation. She works with coaches and exceptional leaders who want to hit their next level of excellence.

Her proven PRO-system helps coaches and entrepreneurs adopt the habits, thought patterns, and performance methods used by pro-athletes to get consistent results without overwhelm or burnout.

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