The process of getting from ‘goal’ to ‘goal achieved’ is often long. Have you ever abandoned goals because it just seemed like you were never going to get there?
Or perhaps you persisted forward to your goal – but felt heaps of frustration with your slow progress.
In fourteen years of coaching, I feel lucky to have joined hundreds of clients on their journey to a huge variety of goals. While what we did in training time was important, there was another component that was equally as important (that most people overlooked until we started addressing it together).
I talk about this commonly overlooked component to goal achievement in this recent fb live talk I gave.
Also in this talk,
I shared two mindset shifts you need to make if you’re going to feel successful on your path to achieving your goal.
I gave four tips for clearing your path to your goal to help you achieve your goal faster, with better results, and in a way that feels more empowering and less annoying. 😉
I shared my insights into whether or not it’s possible to be involved in sports and remain injury-free.
And I shared a few other nuggets I’ve picked up over the years when it comes to achieving goals, doing your best, and finding success. I hope a few of them connect and resonate with you!
that’s helping folks just like you build pain-free, strong, bodies