What’s holding you back? Part 4 – Fear of Success

10-29-17 Welcome back for the last post in this series! We’ve talked about how not having a clear goal, fearing what people will say, and fearing failure can keep us from getting where we want to go. But what about being afraid to succeed?

What’s holding you back? Part 3 – Fear of Failure

9-24-17 Welcome back to our series on what holds us back from our goals. Last time we talked about how being afraid of what other people will say can hold us back. You can check out that post here. Today we’re going to talk about how being afraid of failing can hold us back.  IContinue reading “What’s holding you back? Part 3 – Fear of Failure”

What’s holding you back? Part 2 – What They’ll Say

9-3-17 Welcome back to the What’s holding you back? series. Last week we talked about knowing your goal and picking one you can commit to. You can check it out here. Today we’re going to think about one reason we might be afraid to reach a goal: what other people may say. Most people haveContinue reading “What’s holding you back? Part 2 – What They’ll Say”

What’s holding you back? Part 1 – Knowing Your Goal

8-27-17 Welcome to the first post in this series. Chasing a dream takes courage, and we’ll talk about how to deal with what holds you back. Today’s topic: knowing your goal.  You can’t pursue a goal that you can’t put in words. So the first step is to figure out what your goal is. Let’sContinue reading “What’s holding you back? Part 1 – Knowing Your Goal”

When You Don’t Want to Let Go

7-30-17 Hey there! There’s a bonus download for this article. For a worksheet to help you decide if the goal you’ve got in mind is the one for you, check it out here. Life has a funny way of hitting us where we’re vulnerable. It’s where I’m unsure that things try to drag me down.Continue reading “When You Don’t Want to Let Go”

The Laps I Count

1-22-17 I realized something yesterday at the gym. After being on the track for an hour, as I was headed out the door, I had no idea what my total lap count was. I knew exactly how many I ran, or more precisely jogged, but I walked a lot more than that. However, the onlyContinue reading “The Laps I Count”