Here we are, nearly three-quarters of the way through 2020. So … how are you doing on the goals you set at the start of the year?
If you’re on track to accomplishing all, most, or even part of what you set out to, congratulations! But if there are some goals still on the table, or you haven’t made the progress you had expected or visualized in achieving your goal by now, you may be getting frustrated, discouraged, angry with yourself ― or even doubting your ability to get that thing you wanted so much.
If you want to get some wind back in your sails so you can start moving in the direction of your dreams again, the first thing you must do is STOP and forgive yourself. And by that I don’t mean a simple self-conversation. You must go through a process of forgiveness to get the real impact.
To begin this process, you must become aware of three points. My good friend Mary Manin Morrissey has three easy steps to help you with this process.