We have all heard how important goals are and many of us have ideas of what we would like to achieve; but, few understand how to effectively set goals. If you are committed to reaching your goals, make them SMART!
Many of my clients are struggling in their relationships. They experience disharmony with their partners or they continue to attract unhealthy partners because they miss out on this very important piece of the puzzle:
What are your beliefs about failure? Do you believe certain things are not meant to be? Do you shrink away from new challenges? Decades of research by Dr. Carol Dweck and her colleagues, gave rise to the terms fixed mindset and growth mindset. These terms were used to describe basic beliefs held by people about their own learning abilities and their level of intelligence.
One that I, and many people don’t really want to talk about?
Here it comes…
I fail brilliantly. A lot. Sometimes I think I must suffer from a condition. A form of self abuse where I continue to throw myself into my dreams, wide eyed and optimistic. The truth is, I never know if an idea will materialize into something I define as ‘successful’.