Focus On Your Outcome
As you set goals, you should have an outcome in mind. For example, you may be like my client John, a high powered player in the entertainment business. He would find himself stressed every time he had an important meeting or event to attend because his weight fluctuated so much. He had an expensive wardrobe and was filled with dread every time he went to his closet, scared that he wouldn’t fit into his clothes.
By eliminating the limitations around his weight issues, we were then able to design John’s outcome of being able to fit into his wardrobe at any time. Every detail of his outcome was clear to him – he could see it, feel it, own it and rock it. His health and mindset goals supported his outcome, and he is now confident at all times that he can wear anything in his closet.
Like John, any time you feel you are out of sync with your outcome or not getting the results you should, you have the flexibility to adjust your goals to align better with your desired outcome.
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