Day Nine || Sometimes Its Better to Have One Focus at a Time.

| Summary: Sometimes focusing on trying to fix everything can become over whelming. Its better to focus on one thing and then slowly build onto that habit. Exercise Day Nine: Listen to the recording and share the insights or thoughts that come up for you. As I've gone through this challenge I find myself focusing … Continue reading Day Nine || Sometimes Its Better to Have One Focus at a Time.

Day Six || You’ve gotta give this up to get what you want

Summary: Sometimes the excuses we make up are what's really holding us back from achieving our goals. Day 6 exercise: What Excuses have YOU been making? This exercise will help you take a look at the excuses you've been making, and why they're excuses and not “reasons” (like you might believe them to be) Excuses … Continue reading Day Six || You’ve gotta give this up to get what you want

Day Five || What to do when you’re outcome-focused and not worrying about the how’s

Summary: Here is where you take your how based goals and forget about them. Focus instead on what you would already be doing if you've reached your goal. What's the first thing you would do in the morning if you were already a best-selling author etc etc. Day 5 exercise: Instead of pre-planning “how” you're … Continue reading Day Five || What to do when you’re outcome-focused and not worrying about the how’s

Day Three || Why you should focus on the outcome, not on the how

Summary: Focusing on the how you are going to achieve something can mess with your head and make you unmotivated, focusing on the outcome and simplifying a goal from “I'm gonna write an hr a day to” to “I'm gonna write every day” makes it a lot more achievable. Day 3 Exercise: Grab your journal. … Continue reading Day Three || Why you should focus on the outcome, not on the how