If thinking about your goals doesn’t make you want to barf, they’re too small. I mean, I get it, why would you want to make yourself do something so out of your comfort zone, right? It’s easy to want to live a relaxed life and just do fun stuff, but what I’m diving into this week is all about setting crazy big goals and how to make them happen.
Setting big goals can be really scary and there’s a reason so many people don’t do it – the fear of failure. We’re made to think that failing is bad and that it means something about us as a person, but I’m sharing my thoughts on failure and quitting that should inspire you to set that big goal for yourself.
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What You’ll Learn From this Episode:
- Why small goals aren’t going to teach you anything new.
- How going after big goals make you think differently.
- Why most people avoid failure.
- How big goals will change you as a person.
- Why you get to decide what you want to make failure mean.
- What the Rebel Runner Unleashed program really involves and what you’ll gain out of it.
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