Write a Letter to Yourself

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Write a letter to yourself - Ownershift Coaching - Mike Malatesta

Talking to yourself doesn’t always work. At least it doesn’t always work for me.

If you’re like me – and even if you’re not – you usually have a sense about things going wrong in your business before you’re willing to full out admit it.

Like when you’ve got the wrong person in the wrong seat on your leadership team.

You know it, you talk to yourself about it……and then you do nothing. Hoping the situation, or the person, will miraculously change or improve. Hoping that the situation will fix itself basically. And, of course, it doesn’t.

Try this.

Write yourself a letter about the situation. Tell yourself what you’re feeling and why. Explore the possibilities, and their likelihood of success.

Finish the letter with a promise to yourself to take action. Today or as soon as possible. To make the specific change that needs to be made.

Sign it and do it.

It’s much harder to ignore what you’ve written about than it is what you’ve simply thought about.

PS: Thank yourself for the clarity and the inspiration to do your job!


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My purpose is to inspire and activate increasing greatness in entrepreneurs and leaders. My goal is to make a positive and profitable difference with every client I work with. I help clients apply the lessons I’ve been fortunate to learn in my 30 years as an entrepreneur to help them excel and create amazing lives, companies, teams, and futures.

Learn more about Ownershift Coaching, where I help entrepreneurs, like you, get unstuck, take back your power, and claim the future you want.

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