What does success in life mean to you?
How will you ultimately reach your goals?
Is fear, procrastination, or negativity in self-talk
and thought processes holding you back?
Then Myers will take you to the driving range to encourage you to practice and work hard to develop your skills while making sure you are aligned correctly to hit your target. Teaching you how to cultivate a well-honed and resilient mindset, she will then show you how to devise a flexible, measurable, well-thought-out action plan that uses solid, action-oriented strategies to track your improvements.
How you live your life is your choice, and if you find things aren’t working out, you can change midstream. There’s no need to adopt a stereotypical lifestyle or follow anyone’s example. The important thing is, what will work for you?
Examine whether you are truly content and whether that contentment has enough substance to last you a lifetime. If not, embrace change, which could come in the form of opportunities. For example, in the workplace, your skills might also work well in other areas where you would feel more challenged or make quicker progress. Maybe you are drawn to a completely different profession such as journalism, law, teaching, or the performing arts, or you might be attracted to a sales and marketing position that would entail extensive travel.
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If you are confident that you have done the work, know what you want, and deserve that chance—why settle?
Make It Happen promises a current, timely, and thought-provoking journey of self-discovery, and once you figure out what you want in life—expect nothing less.
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