When was the last time you felt like a failure? Missing goals is just a part of life (and the process of being an entrepreneur), but it’s all too easy to come down way too hard on yourself when you do.
On this episode of the Abundantly Clear podcast, Malorie digs into what happens internally when we fall short of a goal after getting our self-worth wrapped up in that goal, and how to nurture a healthier dynamic for the future. Listen in for a short, confidence-boosting dose of wisdom to get you through the week.
- How our expectations can make our reaction to a normal failure much, much worse
- Why we’ve convinced ourselves that our financial status (or milestones we hit) says something about our identity
- What to ask yourself to pinpoint your relationship with your goals and your own narrative
- And much more!
“If we create a goal and we don’t reach it, our expectation, our narrative of ourself then becomes, ‘I’m a failure, I screwed up, I should have done XYZ better, I’m not worthy.’ And that’s why it’s so easy to have this slippery, slippery slope of becoming incredibly hard on yourself. And then you’re no longer fulfilled and living and enjoying the process that you’re creating.”
– Malorie Nicole
How to get involved
- Malorie has become an expert in helping people remove their mindset blocks, so they can experience the growth in their business and decrease in stress they desire. Check the site to learn more, download a freebie and stay connected.
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