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Category: Goal Success by Choice

Do you have dreams that you are trying to make come true? Do you have a goal that you are trying to crush? Success doesn’t happen by chance. You don’t have to get lucky or win the lottery to live the life of your dreams.

You just have to choose to be successful. If you make the right daily choices, adopt good habits and behaviors, and approach life with the right mindset, you can make your dreams come true.

Goal Success by Choice helps you make the choices that will move you closer to your goals and keep you from holding yourself back.

I hope these posts help you get a little closer to crushing your goals.

From Dread To Delighted: Rethinking One Painful Small Talk Question

Love it or hate it, small talk is a way of life. Unfortunately, small talk usually starts with one of the most dreaded questions we are ever asked. But it doesn’t have to be that way. With a little effort, you can rewrite your story in a way that doesn’t make you hate this terrible question.

Learn what this question is and how to reimagine your answer in this week’s Goal Success By Choice.

Measurement Trap: Tracking Progress is Great Until It Isn’t

While celebrating a different kind of measurement streak, I started reflecting on “the measurement trap.”

If you want to achieve success with a goal, measuring your daily progress is a key ingredient in the recipe for success. Just make sure to keep these numbers and measurements in their right place. Not everything that is important can be translated into a number. You and your happiness are certainly bigger than any set of measurements.

Learn more about avoiding the Measurement Trap in this week’s Goal Success By Choice.

This Simple Mistake Might Make You Feel Like A Failure

Positivity is literally in my blood.

My positivity is reflected in all the content I share in my books, coaching and social media. I intentionally curate my feed to make sure it reflects how I want to show up in life. But, this doesn’t mean that I don’t have negative experiences. I just don’t go big with sharing them when I can reframe the story in a positive manner.

Comparing your journey to the portions of mine that I (or anybody else) choose to share could make you feel like less of a success. So, how do you avoid the comparison trap and make sure you aren’t undermining your own confidence?

Click here to learn more in this week’s Goal Success By Choice.

Important Reminder: This Is Growth, You Aren’t Broken

Goals are important, and goals are good. But, a well-crafted SMART goal alone isn’t enough; it needs to be paired with a strong reason why the goal is essential. This is a crucial step to improving your odds of success. Take caution when crafting this why so you don’t lose focus on the fact that goals are about growth and not about fixing. You aren’t broken!

Learn more in this week’s brief Goal Success By Choice.

One Thin Line Between Average And Successful

Goals are achieved one day at a time.

After you commit to a SMART goal and build a plan that works for you, measuring daily progress until you reach your goal is the recipe for success. But, you will have good and bad days along your journey. Trying to evaluate success based on these individual points will not be accurate and will drive you crazy.

Learn how to get a more accurate and less frustrating picture of how you’re doing in this week’s Goal Success By Choice.

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