What do you want?
One of the biggest problems that my new clients struggle with is that they have no idea what they want.
Or they make the answer to that question above too vague.
- I want to make as much money as possible.
- I want to be living the dream.
- I want to be at my ideal weight.
What do those things actually mean?
How will you know if you got what you wanted if you can’t clearly define it?
I don’t walk into my favorite coffee shop and say I want the best coffee ever. What does that even mean to the barista? And my opinion will certainly be different than their opinion.
Instead, you have to get extremely specific on what you want.
Commit to it.
Commit to it for a certain length of time. 3 weeks. 3 months. 6 months. A year. Enough time for you to gather information, practice, make a ton of mistakes, and get back up and evaluate.
Go out and test it out. It’s an experiment. It’s not a life sentence. (BTW – Always remember to manage risk).
You won’t know what you want until you experience and live it.
Let go of doing it perfectly.
Let go of making the “right” decision.
Those are just obstacles we create that allow us to say “we really can’t have what we want anyways.”
To get clear on what you want. You must make a decision, be specific, commit for a period of time, and go do it. Then you will know.
P.S. If your thoughts are all over the place, let me help you get clear. Use my four-step mindset practice. Get it here.