There are only so many hours in a day. There is only so much time you can give of yourself to all the tasks that need to be completed before you lay your head to rest, oh for the ubiquitous you. Who needs you? What requires your attention and how can you possibly appease everyone? These are the questions that keep you up when you are supposed to be sleeping and recovering and preparing for the day ahead. You have made it your mission to pay it forward out of respect for everyone who gave you their time and in the midst of everything you have taken on you realize, because of your best efforts, you can be everywhere at once.
Your training, your meals, your family, your responsibilities and your needs have always seemed to be in second place when it comes to the hierarchy of importance. You have put your businesses first, your clients first, your training obligations first and what others need first. You love helping people and seeing them succeed. It’s why you got into this game in the first place. Coaching is a part of who you are, what gets you up in the morning and what supplies you with happiness and fulfillment. The question however, still remains; how much of yourself can you give and still meet your own needs? This is the ubiquitous you.
You will do your best to be everywhere at once. The emails, the text messages, the in person meetings, the phone calls, the zoom calls and the unexpected happenstance on your way out of the gym are responsibilities you are currently juggling all at once. It’s not easy to keep everything straight. It’s tough to manage a schedule such as this and to do so with the utmost of professionalism on top of that is something very few can achieve or maintain. Most people will wonder why you do it and how you do it, but these are also the people who will never achieve the success that you are in search of and have already acquired. This is the ubiquitous you.
When most are asleep, you are awake. You are grinding your way to the top because you can’t stop. If it means you get your own training in during the early morning hours or late at night, it is what it is and you have accepted it. It doesn’t matter what it takes to be present for everyone who needs you. It doesn’t phase you one bit that the hours seem to fly by without even realizing it. You could care less if you sit down or not. You’re on a mission to take it all on and win; plain and simple. This is the ubiquitous you.
You can have it all. You can wear more than one hat at a time and you can help everyone who asks you for guidance or assistance. You can do all of that and still work on yourself. Your time management skills, your gift of the grind and your relentless pursuit of success is just who you are. Every day to you is an opportunity to be more, to be better, to work harder and to accrue more success than the day before. If you want it you can get it. There is no time or reason to complain. You asked for this and the only thing that should be on your mind is, what’s next? This is the ubiquitous you.