By openly challenging those convictions, we have the opportunity to reinforce why they were important, evolve our current view of them, or realize that we have moved past them.
Am I inspiring this person to grow, to explore, to progress.
Or am I confining their ability to do so?
We try to do too many things at once and end up making minimal progress in any one area.
Are you taking advantage of your time and expanding your future potential?
Generally speaking, we have a tendency to seek satisfaction now at the cost of satisfaction later.
When we do this, we trade small amounts of cheap pleasure now, for extreme progress and satisfaction for our future self.
Gratitude is a behavior. An expression.
Make Goals Known and Visible. Make them obvious. Visible. Constant.
Knowing the intention of the session and the metrics by which we determine progress is powerful.
Put that focus and belief to work!
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