The Process

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The Process

We often hear the phrase, “Trust the process…”  And for some we may question, what does that mean? What does it mean to trust the process? And is it really that easy as they make it sound? Well, for many the process isn’t what you may think it is. Everyone is one a different path and experiencing their own dilemmas, wins, and learning moments. However, to simply put it, “trusting the process” means you must remain committed. You must remain committed; yet walk onward with faith and belief that the current situation will work out. You will see improvements, you will win, and you will find a way to accomplish or obtain the end result you desire.  Now, is it that simple? That’s a question for you to answer and you’ll know whether the process is easy or not. From my own experience, it’s been a journey! Its been a learning experience of finding the right people, learning how to grow my business, how to do certain methods correctly, and breaking through obscurity. I didn’t see results right away, I had to learn to improve my actions, improve the way I spoke and how to create value.  But through it all, I never lost the vision or belief in myself. I had the faith and conviction of succeeding. And as you proceed forward, especially throughout your process you will win and you will lose but you must hold the faith.  

The process is intended to teach you, build you up, and strengthen your mindset.
The process is setup for you to win, though you must put the work in to see it through. So is it worth it? Yes! It is worth it, but you have to find out why it is to you and move without losing your motive and faith.  You may feel overwhelmed, upset, or broken at moments but these are time to learn and to see the bigger picture behind it all. The process is your process, so claim it. Make it yours. And keep the focus on how to elevate. 

-Coy


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