On LinkedIn, coaches offer advice that often oversimplifies personal challenges in communication and mindset. Rachel Randolph, founder of Spec School, believes that effective self-communication requires a new internal dialogue. By improving self-understanding, aspiring business people can confidently communicate their goals to others. Randolph has shared her self-communication philosophy and outlined three steps to improve self-talk and achieve personal growth.
Step 1: Recognize the problem. Randolph experienced a moment of vulnerability when she ignored ongoing dissatisfaction with her life, which caused doubt, shame, and confusion. She learned that identifying and addressing problems are necessary before trying to solve them.
Step 2: Conduct research and development. Randolph sought source material for inspiration and applied what she learned to her future communication with herself. This stage is challenging for most people, but with a coach’s guidance, individuals who struggle to take action on their ambitions can sustainably improve their self-communication.
Step 3: Redesign your lifestyle. Successful growers must be able to adapt their lives whenever the moment requires. Randolph uses neurolinguistic programming techniques to help others sustainably improve their self-communication.
Randolph believes that designing a life is a subjective experience and that no two processes are the same. By following these three simple steps, individuals can enhance their self-communication, achieve their goals, and sustainably improve their lives.