4 Things Needed For Achieving Your Goals

Almost everyone sets goals, but to me you need 4 things to achieve your goals: the right mindset, focus, action and follow though!

When you’re a business owner you can’t just “go to work” five days a week doing the typical 9-5 job; quite often your business consumes you and your time! You’re often juggling what seems like 20 balls in the air at once; that can be stressful enough – add things going on in your personal life and the roller coaster ride begins. Late 2016/early 2017 I was dealing with some big personal challenges. I felt uneasy, distracted, worried and not at all sure how I was going to keep things moving in my business while dealing with other unrelated challenges. I don’t recall how, but I came across Todd Hermann’s 90 Day-Year program!

I learned so much from Todd and his program; in fact, I proudly say I made it through this difficult time! I not only kept things moving forward in my business while dealing with personal challenges, but I implemented strategies and systems that I had no direction for previously. In the first 3 months of 2017 I planted the seeds for a solid foundation of a growing business. Despite being in business for years, I realized there were things I was missing. The best part about it is you don’t have to worry about competing with others; Todd encourages you to run your own race. He works with business owners in 5 different stages: dream-up/start-up/ramp-up/scale up/leader up.

Apparently there’s this specific “brain cycle pattern” that explains why some entrepreneurs (raising my hand) drown in constant anxiety, self-doubt, procrastination, and/or comparison to their peers…

While others achieve almost effortless momentum, steady wins and compounded confidence.

It’s called the OWW vs. WOW mindset

Mercifully, Todd Herman breaks it all down, then hands us the key to break ourselves out of the OWW prison.

Check it out – free video and workbook…
http://bit.ly/2qOJX9F

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