I hate uncertainties. It drives me crazy. It keeps me up at night. It makes me sick. And so I do this instead.
Recognize constraints in my life
I learn to recognize the constraints in my life and I find a way to work around it. And I must say I did a pretty good job at it. Within the constraints of how some things work, I’ve learned to start a practice and built it into a profitable six-figure business.
Despite having all that, I am still not happy. It baffles me because I thought if only I have this or I have that, then I would be happy.
A different perspective about goal
It is not about the goal. Its about growing to become the person that can accomplish that goal. ~Tony Robbins
Then one day, I heard this quote from Tony Robbins in one of his programs, The Power to Shape Your Destiny. And I began to realize that it is not what you have, but who you become that really matters.
You see, when I first started out setting goals, it was almost always about how much I want to earn, what I want in my life, or some variations of that.
Which led me to think it is all about possessions or how much I earn. But it is really about who we become as a result of achieving that goal.
What really matters to you?
So here’s the question:
What really matters to you? Are you failing at what really mattered or are you succeeding at what doesn’t?