When will you be satisfied? When you get that new car, reach a certain revenue point, or make enough to retire your spouse? Truthfully, if you’re a driven entrepreneur, you probably never will be. And that’s actually a good thing.
On this episode of the Abundantly Clear podcast, Malorie digs into our misconceptions about what it is we want versus what we’re actually looking for, shifting the way we evaluate our identity and how it changes, and how to carry these new insights over to create better habits and a brighter future.
- Why we imagine that the stress and overwhelm we experience will vanish after we achieve that big goal (and why we’re usually wrong)
- How Malorie came to terms with who she used to be, why she isn’t that person anymore, and what that change means for the growth of her business
- What questions we should be asking ourselves about the way our goals and ideas evolve
- And much more!
“So, I want to jump back to the concept of, the bar is always moving. What if this wasn’t bad? What if this actually showed us that we are capable of so much, and when we allow that bar to move, our life can experience a radical change, and our default bar is constantly being raised? So you will never go back to that old version of you because the reason that you reach these goals, the reason that you do the things that you do, is because you shift your identity about who you are and what you’re capable of.”
– 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.