"Your goals, minus your doubts, equal your reality". - Ralph Marston
Many of us use this time of year to evaluate last year and to set up new intentions and goals for the months ahead. For some of us, it’s an invigorating process. We’re excited about the progress we’ve made and the new heights we’re preparing to climb.
But for others, it can feel like déjà vu all over again.
We put forth honest effort but didn’t achieve what we wanted to achieve. We’re still far from the goals we set and we don’t know why.
Oftentimes, the problem is not what you did or didn’t do, it’s that internal belief that says, “I’m just not that kinda guy (or gal).” You want to be slim and fit but “I’m just not the kinda gal who exercises regularly.” Your goal is to be debt-free but “I’m just not the kinda guy who can make a lot of money.” You want a great relationship but “I’m just not the kinda gal who connects well with people.” Continue reading.
Originally posted on Psychology Today.