Setting massive, audacious goals and just visualizing accomplishing them can get pretty addictive. My question though is how quickly does your brain go back to the negative self-talk that tells you it’s out of reach, that only some people can do it?
Whether it’s a running goal like finishing a marathon and getting that medal or running your own business one day, we believe getting to that endpoint is the reward. What I’m addressing on the podcast today is the evolution of getting there and who you have to become along the way.
Dreaming about a big goal is the easy part – before it all comes crashing down, and let me tell you, that shit ain’t easy. This week, I’m sharing how you can start to clean up your flawed thinking and never quit on yourself again.
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What You’ll Learn From this Episode:
- Why it’s fun to set big, audacious goals and imagine accomplishing them.
- 2 reasons most people don’t set big goals.
- The best predictor of your future success.
- 2 mistaken beliefs that will prevent you from evolving and achieving your goals.
- Why which marathon training plan you use doesn’t matter.
- The thought pattern that keeps me in procrastination and ultimately, failure.
- One thought that makes me feel very determined.
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