When did you last try something new?

How do you feel about doing something new that you need help with?

Let’s face it. If you knew how to do it, you would have already.

When a guide cracks the door open and invites you in, it can be a bit scary. Will it be uncomfortable, complicated, or difficult?

Sometimes the stories we create about how the unknown experience will unfold prevent us from taking that crucial first step into a new adventure.

Clients are often nervous about creating their contingency plans even after paying for the service and showing up for the first meeting.

After each milestone is achieved, clients feel more relaxed and say things like:
“That was faster than I expected.”
“I was dreading this, but it was pretty easy.”
“I couldn’t have done this without you.”

There’s nothing to fear. It’s all about being shown a simple, repeatable, and sustainable process.

This is another example of how growth stems from doing things that make us uncomfortable.

What new things you’re considering doing in the year ahead?

Mary Beth Simón

Mary Beth Simón

Contingency Plan Guide | Strategic Planner | Keynote Speaker & Workshop Facilitator

The best time to plan for an emergency is when life is good, not when an emergency happens. Unexpected life events require all your energy and attention. Having a plan ready before it's needed relieves stress and allows you to face challenges with calm, presence, and confidence.

As the founder of NPC, Mary Beth works with her clients to create a roadmap that their business partner, team, or loved one can follow to keep business and life running smoothly in an emergency.

There's no better time than now to start creating your plan. Book a Free Consult Today or download my free Contingency Planning Kit.