You set a goal because you dream about being successful.
It’s the time of year when we erase all the failures of the past and start with a clean slate. We set ourselves a new goal and start afresh. And then what?
Most people will quit on their goals in the first month.
So what’s the difference between goal dreamers and goal achievers?
A big thing is not underestimating the work that needs to be done. If you want to be successful it takes focus and commitment. And a big part of that is doing the hard work of managing your brain throughout the process.
To make it a little easier on you, I want to share the main reason goal dreamers fail on their goals so you can be aware of those pitfalls.
But the most important tool that goal achievers have is their attitude. What makes them successful is how they think about their goal, and how those thoughts drive the actions they need to take.
In this episode, I share the top 4 thoughts that successful people think so that they stick to their goals until they achieve them.
what you will discover in this episode
- How to measure your success to allow for the ups and downs
- The signs that you’re being too tough on yourself
- What to tell yourself when things go sideways
- How to find tap into the best version of yourself when you need to
- How to deal with self-doubt to stay successful (kick imposter syndrome to the curb)
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