I've been trying to practice what I call "The Art of Steady Progress" for quite some time.
And it's only been in the last year that I've felt that I finally get it.
It used to be that I'd have a huge goal and think that all I needed to do was set up projects and tasks related to that goal and I'd eventually get there.
But the thing is, it didn't work out that way for me.
It was more like...
I don't know what that is, but it ain't steady progress.
To give you a real life example...
I've been on and off diets since I was 10-years old.
And here's what it pretty much looked like...
I've also seen this happen in my business. Try some idea. Get a bit of momentum. Have a setback. Give up on that idea. Try something new. Repeat.
Maybe you can relate?
It's only been in the last year that I've finally gotten what the Art of Steady Progress actually entails...
... the missing but oh so important pieces.
I've got to tell you it was a bit of a "Duh" and "Aha" moment wrapped into one for me.
It was a "This is common sense. How in the world did it take me this long to figure out?" kind of a moment.
The idea behind the Art of Steady Progress is that you take each day as it's own unit. No big goals like 40 pounds to think about.
Those goals are good to set but not to think about daily.
Because... if you do... it's like climbing a mountain every single day.
With the Art of Steady Progress, the only thing you have to worry about is how you're gonna think, feel, and act TODAY.
Here's what you do in a nutshell...
In part 2 and beyond of this series, I get into each of these bullet points and provide more detail and examples because...
I now believe that this process is all we need to reach our goals, and to make sure our clients do as well.
With love & joy,
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