Do Something About the Single Obstacle Between You and Your Goals

The single obstacle standing between you and your goals (or success, as you define it), is staring back at you. Unless and you want will evade your grasp.

There is a tendency to look at things that are external, the things beyond your control, as the reason you struggle to reach your goal or produce some results you believe you want until you do something about that single obstacle, what. Things that tend to be exterior have little to no affect your outcomes, becoming mainly your mind’s want to protect your pride; you can’t be the culprit, that could suggest you’re in charge of the failure, and you also would somehow be anything less you are.

The things outside of your control are excuses, not reasons than you want to believe. The reason you did reach your goal n’t is significantly diffent than your reason. Perhaps you performedn’t achieve your product sales objective since your competitors that are irrational and won on price. Or maybe you didn’t differentiate yourself and your offering or failed to justify the delta in some way that is meaningful. Possibly your relationships don’t work out of the real way you want them to, despite your trying repeatedly without success. The examples here are limitless, but you—as is true for everyone.

The if you are introspective and honest enough to face the truth, the one thing all your challenges and obstacles and unachieved goals have in common is solitary hurdle standing in the mirror every morning between you and your goals (or success, as you define it), is staring back at you. Unless and you want will evade your grasp.

There is a tendency to look at things that are external, the things beyond your control, as the reason you struggle to reach your goal or produce some results you believe you want until you do something about that single obstacle, what. Things that tend to be exterior have little to no affect your outcomes, becoming mainly your mind’s want to protect your pride; you can’t be the culprit, that could suggest you’re in charge of the failure, and you also would somehow be anything less you are.

The things outside of your control are excuses, not reasons than you want to believe. The reason you did reach your goal n’t is significantly diffent than your reason. Perhaps you performedn’t achieve your product sales objective since your competitors that are irrational and won on price. Or maybe you didn’t differentiate yourself and your offering or failed to justify the delta in some way that is meaningful. Possibly your relationships don’t work out of the real way you want them to, despite your trying repeatedly without success. The examples here are limitless, but you—as is true for everyone.

Recently if you are introspective and honest enough to face the truth, the one thing all your challenges and obstacles and unachieved goals have in common is, an individual in a workshop challenged myself from the declaration that “everything will be your fault.” He advised that this is a bridge past an acceptable limit, and certainly, i did son’t suggest “everything.” Some failures had to be caused by something or someone else inhis view. He was looking for external forces for which to blame a failure to achieve a goal or an outcome. Were his belief true, it still wouldn’t serve you to hold that belief. It is disempowering in you to believe and behave as if there is nothing you can do, no difference you can make.

When that it allows you own this belief as real, it could slide into other areas in your life, offering a defense for the pride, and enabling you to put on the coziness of understanding you aren’t to be blamed for your results—that forces that are external. Fortunately, this is not true. The results with you achieving what you want to achieve.

Adopting the belief where you control the results you produce, and you are responsible for reaching your goals is empowering that you produce in your life are wholly within your control, and external events have little to do. It leaves control in the hands, where it belongs. You must do something about the one obstacle standing in your way.

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