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92 percent of people who set goals never achieve them! How do you break yourself from the populous and avoid what may be derailing your goals?
Average people tend to fall prey to these 8 goal killers more often than high performers. What about you?
Will you derail your goals this next year?
Will you have a process to notice and jump over these 8 goal killers when they come into your path?
Adrian Nez and Trevor Mauch from the Carrot team discuss the 8 goal killers, how and where they pop up in our lives, how to get past them quickly (or avoid them all together), and what struggles they’re going through in their own lives as entrepreneurs growing 6 and multiple 7 figure companies.
This could change your entire year ahead if you avoid just one of these common goal killers.
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4:40 – Taking a look at what derails a lot of entrepreneurs.
8 Ways To Kill Your Goals And How To Fix Them
5:30 – Derailment 1: Not having an established routine. How to fix your routine to stay on track.
10:10 – Derailment 2: Focusing on the wrong things. Learn how to identify symptoms and what the root causes are so you can fix them.
19:40 – Learning how to think accurately before thinking big.
26:10 – Derailment 3: Failing to schedule quiet time to reflect upon and organize your life.
35:25 – Derailment 4: One of the biggest derailers – Shiny object syndrome. Chasing that next best thing before you have given something else time to establish.
46:45 – Derailment 5: Lacking the “why” in your goals. If you don’t know why you’re doing something, you’re setting yourself up to fail.
55:40 – Derailment 6: Failing to plan. How many hours have you been on Facebook or watching TV vs. how many hours have you spent planning out your next year?
1:05:05 – Derailment 7: Doing everything yourself. Learn why it’s so important to delegate certain tasks in your job.
1:09:25 – Derailment 8: Not setting your body and mind up to perform at a high level.