If you fell through a hole in the ice, you don’t need to have the reflexes of a formula one driver, the muscles of Arnold Schwarzenegger or the mind of Albert Einstein. You just simply need to know what to do to get out.
When it comes to anything you want to achieve either personal or professional if you know what to do, you can solve the problems and achieve the result.
To get what you want, you do, of course, need to know what you are trying to achieve.
This means getting clear on:
- Who do you want to help?
- What do you want to multiply and increase?
- What do you want to subtract and simplify?
- Which activities contribute to your outcomes?
- Which activities don’t?
Which meaningless activities are actually taking you further in the wrong direction and robbing you of the FREEDOM you so desperately crave?
For example, I’ll go back to yesterday and look at what I have achieved in the areas of my life that are important to me.
Time Freedom, Health Freedom, Wealth Freedom, and Effectiveness to help business owners to their next level.
I will look back on the day score myself out of 10 in each area meaning if I get a 10 that’s great and if I don’t that’s also great because I get to improve.
This gives my brain space to not get too hung up on how I’m going to achieve my goals more who do I need to become that’s better than yesterday’s version of myself?
Who do I need on my team to help me?
What new technology or automation is available to help me improve faster?
One might say it’s the difference between wasteful, distracting guilt focusing on chasing the horizon and what you don’t have yet… and USEFUL meaningful continual progress by comparing your improvements to your former self.
Think about comparing yourself now with who you were 1 year ago you’re a totally different person some may even say they’re embarrassed on who they were a year ago and that’s great because it shows your improvement.
Everything follows from improving your results from yesterday so start appreciating your gains and free yourself from the limiting trap of feeling guilty on what you don’t have yet.
This may require giving yourself space.
When you can’t see the forest from the trees, it might be time to levitate above the forest so you can better see the big picture.
If you what help to see your big picture and hit your next levels.
To your success Glen