I've been talking about focus, because sticking at one thing with grit and persistence is the only way you will reach your goals.
That does not mean your path has to be difficult - it's only when you focus on the one thing that you love that your life becomes easy!
If you dabble at this one, and then give up when a new shiny object floats past, and then you start that new one - all you will have is a series of things that muddle your thoughts, without giving you any satisfaction..
When it comes to thinking, focusing, and then taking action on something - once is never enough.
A lot of healers and holistic coaches have a long list of modalities they've trained in, which confuses the person looking for a solution. Having an enquiring mind which is open to learning is what keep life interesting - but by making one offer you will become good at that one modality.
I've found that many coaches lack the confidence to actually put their expertise into practice, and that's why they think they need just one more certificate, which is only masking their fear. Nobody finding you online is going to ask to see your diplomas and certificates - they only want to know that you can help relieve their specific issue.
Once you believe in yourself, you will trust in your ability to help others and make a difference. The more often you see that difference, the more your confidence will grow.
When I found the ZPoint Process, I knew I had found what suited me, and it enables me to relieve stress by replacing fear with love in a peaceful way. I've experienced ZPoint from others where I haven't felt in the least bit relaxed - so one modality doesn't fit everyone.
Trust your instincts to know what is a good match for your personality - and stick with it.
I split my time between ZPoint and publishing books, but I only do one thing at a time, so it has 100% of my attention. That's why I'm not attempting to finish a book while I'm back in the middle of yet more building work on my home - I care about the results that I produce, and I know how important concentration is.
That is also why I don't use video when I give a ZPoint session via Skype, because I know the mind is distracted by what someone looks like, and what their environment looks like. (I've watched too many webinars where I've lost track of what they were saying when I was checking out the books on the shelf behind them!)
Your purpose for being here is to discover what you love doing, and then repeat it over and over until it becomes second nature, and you're able to share your enthusiasm. This is how you will benefit more people, instead of giving them a taste of this, and a sample of the other.
"As a single footstep will not make a path on the earth, so a single thought will not make a pathway in the mind. To make a deep physical path, we walk again and again. To make a deep mental path, we must think over and over the kind of thoughts we wish to dominate our lives." ~ Henry David Thoreau
"No problem can withstand the assault of sustained thinking." ~ Voltaire