Episode 105: Hope is Not a Goal-Achieving Emotion

Episode 105: Hope is Not a Goal-Achieving Emotion

“I hope my business is successful.”
“I hope I lose weight.”
“I hope I can get along with my husband.”
Hope feels good, but it isn’t an emotion that drives us to achieve our goals.
It’s passive.
And often gives responsibility to something outside of us.
And when it comes to achieving goals, taking responsibility is the best success formula you can have.
Listen in to discover where you might be unintentionally using hope to keep your from achieving your goals.
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Not keeping score doesn’t require you to keep quiet and silently seeth while doing everything on your own. It does help you let go of anger and resentment and focus on solutions instead of scoreboards. It means you make room for working together instead of feeling isolated and alone.

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