I’ve got a confession to confess…
The other week, I discovered myself having difficulty with a specific task for my company.
I was able to clearly discern my desired outcome… it wasn’t the problem.
I knew that I was passionate and inspired by my dream; however, every moment I took a breath to review the progress I was making, it felt that I was far from the ideal outcome I had in mind.
This is a common issue for leaders and entrepreneurs when it comes to achieving success in achieving any goal or vision. So what’s the key to getting past doubt and anger about the achievement of a particular outcome or outcome?
My personal experience prompted me to re-examine and rethink these three fundamentals…
1. Be clear about the place you are.
Some leaders dwell in a fantasy realm that focuses on their ideals to the exclusion of debating the facts of their current circumstances.
It is crucial to be completely truthful about the situation because they give us an accurate assessment of the state of our lives and what we must accomplish to get to where we’d like to be.
Be aware of the gaps between what you’re doing and where you’d like to be. You must confront the facts and build a positive relationship with reality.
When you’re confident about the facts, ask yourself this simple yet profound life-changing inquiry: “What’s missing that, in the event that I had it, would help me reach my vision or goal?”
Once you are clear on what’s lacking, you can make a point of the missing elements, and you can achieve your goal.
2. Concentrate on where you’re taking you.
The focus we place on growth.
It’s crucial to maintain an enlightened relationship with facts; we shouldn’t be caught up in being apathetic about our issues and struggles since we’ll never be able to make progress.
Instead of ranting about, “Why isn’t this working?” “How did I get here?”
Pay attention to your destination, and begin asking yourself, “What is the next step I should make to get me closer to my goal or my ideal result?”
We might not be clear about our whole plan. However, we are often aware of the next step we have to complete.
3. Set your sights every minute.
It is our responsibility to choose our highest vision and goal every single day of our lives and then live our lives in the light of that conversation instead of the ego-centric conversation—self-centered ego.
Although it’s great if we’re motivated to take action and feel optimistic about our goals, it’s not required. It’s vital that we’re dedicated to the ideal result.
Our moods can constantly change, as do the seasons. We must keep our word (to achieve our goal and goal), after which we must “be” the person we claimed we would be and then take action.
As I reexamined these three concepts, I found myself having a feeling of optimism and confidence and eagerly… was “back on the field.”
If you’re having trouble achieving the desired outcome or vision for your company or team, I would like to encourage you to think about these three fundamentals. I’m sure they’ll inspire you to return to the right track and get to get back on track!
Leslie Cunningham, CTACC, The Financial Dating Expert, is committed to helping couples develop an enduring relationship based on money and love so that they can meet and surpass their financial goals while working with one another instead of competing with one another. Leslie has more than 17 years of experience in the field of service in leading groups, giving presentations, and helping individuals as well as couples succeed.