This is part 4 of my new 5 part series where I give an overview of one of the strategies I use with my clients to set and achieve goals.
Below is the transcript from my YouTube video.
“The next part is what I’ll call “Flow”.
By flow I mean go with the flow, and to adapt to evolving situations.
So far now we’ve gotten clear, done some research, taken actions – and what always happens next? Challenges and obstacles will present themselves to you in one form or another.
Some people get discouraged at this point. I suggest that since you know there will be challenges ahead, get ready to meet them.
Whenever we embark on a new venture there will always be people at our lives who are naysayers. Sometimes these will be people that we trust who under the guise of giving you advice will actually be giving you discouragement. And then sometimes our challenges will be financial or technological.
This phase of our growth is where we learn to ignore the naysayers, discern the difference between good advice and pessimism, And to continue forward because we know our goals are worthy.
Again, it might not be easy. So when it’s useful for you, you could think about that person who is great about being slippery when getting out of touch situations, who is skilled at avoiding obstacles, who is calm and composed in the middle of the seeming noise and chaos that others will try to create when we are on the path of achieving goals.
And importantly, as you avoid these challenges, you have a demeanor capable of recognizing friends and allies.”
This was the second part of the five-part series on setting and achieving goals. Subscribe below to be notified of upcoming segments.
Also see: Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 – Part 4 – Part 5