Apr 4, 2023
In this episode, we explore the topic of personal growth and change. We discuss the importance of breaking down large goals into small, achievable tasks and celebrating progress along the way. We talk about practical tips for prioritizing tasks and identifying motivations to keep us moving forward, as well as examining and addressing any resistance to change. Whether you're looking to make a big career move, improve your relationships, or simply become a better version of yourself, this episode has something for you. So, let's dive in and learn how to achieve our goals and live our best lives!
We dive in to:
How change can be challenging, but it's important to remember that it's possible and often requires personal growth.
Why breaking down large goals into small, achievable tasks and celebrating progress along the way is key to success.
The reason prioritization is key, and how to make a list of tasks for the day, week, and future to gain clarity on where to start.
The value of identifying your WHY for wanting to achieve a goal in order to create motivation and momentum.
Strategies to examine and addressany resistance to change that may be holding you back.
Helpful tips to achieve goals, especially when the change is uncomfortable or difficult.
How being prepared and having a plan is crucial to avoid slipping back into old habits.
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