Do you ever struggle with staying consistent in your business?
I remember becoming overwhelmed by all the problems and stuff that had to be done.
There was anxiety, stress, and overwhelm. The more I pursued my goals the louder it became.
Is something wrong with me? Maybe I should just slow down, pull back, lower my expectations...
Then I'd be thinking, "why can't I be more consistent?"
How is it that some people just seem to be so consistent at growing their business and I'm over here struggling my ass off?
Where focus goes, energy flows.
And my focus was off...
In this short video, I'm going to share with you the #1 focus shift that made me and the clients I work with more consistent and energized!
It's so simple but not common practice.
Goals aren't a place to get to, they are a place to come from.
- Rich Litvin
What's your relationship with setting big goals in your business?
There's magic in thinking big--but bigger isn't always better.
Far too often, I'd sit down at the beginning of the year and set some BIG goals.
A month into the year, I'd look at my goals.
"Damn, how am I going to get there?"
It's kind of funny because in January when I wrote them out I was jacked!
I start to realize how busy I am, limited on resources, and time.
"Well, maybe I'm just overextended, maybe I should renegotiate with myself what I can get done this year..."
I was suffering from short-term goal-setting without answering this fundamental and powerful question first.
"What did I want to be the best at?"
It wasn't another S.M.A.R.T goal or three-year plan that I lacked.
It was knowing what I really wanted and committing myself to create it. (no matter how long it took)
Give somebody one million dollars and they’re not going to hesitate to make changes.
If there was a magic pill that was scientifically proven to cause weight loss safely, people would buy it off the shelves faster than toilet paper in Corona 2020.
People love the idea of change, especially when it’s something they know they want in their lives. But yet they still don’t pursue it. Why not?
It’s not change that people are resisting, it’s the thought of losing what they have.
It’s only normal, when contemplating a change, to cling to what you know and what you already have. Even though it’s not what you want--it’s familiar.
At times guilt will arise: “I should be grateful for what I have.” (especially considering the world today)
If not guilt, then it’s worry and ...