You need to hear today’s episode.
I have something profound to share with you. It is a deeply personal message, straight from my heart to yours.
This is not a pep talk. It’s not a motivational speech. This is a goddamn wake-up call.
Your life is like a melting ice cube.
Your excuses are endless, but time isn’t.
Stop waiting for the perfect time.
Stop waiting to feel ready.
While you’ve been full of excuses, waiting for someday to come, time has been passing you by.
So, if you’re sick of standing still or talking yourself out of the changes you want to make and the goals you dream of achieving, this one's for you.
My mission is to make today the someday you’ve been waiting for.
This is the coaching you need.
And you need to hear it right now.
In this episode:
- 3:30: Can you relate to Cathy’s self-doubt?
- 6:15: If you hear anything today, let it be this.
- 10:55: This is how you actually reach your goals.
- 12:35: Worried about what others will think of you? Listen to this.
- 13:25: Steps 1 and 2 when you have a dream you want to make REAL.
- 15:00: Stop wasting your time and energy on this.
- 18:20: Frozen because you don’t have experience?
- 23:00: Is your schedule already full? Switch your mindset this way.
- 28:40: I told myself the very same excuses you do!
- 32:30: Filling your time with things that have nothing to do with your goals?
- 34:00: How do you start focusing on yourself once and for all?
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