e9's coaching model contains 9 steps to take the client from wherever they are to becoming a Warrior at Work so that you get to fully live.
Warrior Stance 1. Inventory our selves and lives. Assess our strengths and weaknesses, joys, fears, dreams, and mental blocks.
Warrior Purpose. Actively take responsibility for what we want in life, decisions that are necessary along the way, making course corrections, and addressing issues. Choose to get in the game.
Warrior Time. Managing our current life and future dreams together increases our load for a while. Clearing our heads allows us to think about what comes next. The first step may be making a plan for how to clear time and clear our heads.
Warrior Stance 2. Knowing that we will succeed is a key component to continued movement up the e9 ladder. This is a great time to look at mental blocks and old stories that need to be released.
Warrior Success. Being able to communicate assertively, actively, and effectively with those around us to motivate and get what we need - at all moments, when tired, when frustrated, when surprised - is a key indicator of success.
Warrior Squad. Help to expand and advance other team members. Look for ways to give away attention rather than hoarding it - praise for good work, appreciation for help, or support with challenges. Find your people.
Warrior Stance 3. It's time to take action. Big action, hitting big goals, generating big results, getting big promotions.
Warrior Battles. The cabin shakes the most when you're closest to the goal. We're not going small here, we're going BIG, which requires taking control of your brain’s protection system, and teaching it the NEW reality of who you are. It may require a fight.
Warrior Brain. This critical step is what leads to your new life. Now that you've reached your dream, you have the treasure map to get from e1 to e9, where you do it all again, NOW knowing what is possible. There was no way for you to know how much was possible until you discovered it yourself. Now you've rewired your brain.