294: Goal Setting Reimagined
If you are struggling to reach your goals, listen up.
There is nothing wrong with you but… your approach to goals? That just might need an upgrade.
I have fallen in love with the process of setting and pursuing goals in the past few years and NOT for the reasons you might think.
In this episode of the Grace & Grit podcast, I teach you how to reshape your relationship with goals so you can ditch the struggle and actually start enjoying the process.Listen Now!
225: To Grit or to Quit
Psychologist Angela Duckworth defines Grit as “perseverance and passion for long-term goals”.
I am a big fan of the quality, which is why it is a part of my business name.
That being said, letting go of things that no longer serve you, is ALSO a very necessary part of self-development that we don’t talk enough about.
In this episode, I share some of my thoughts about knowing when to apply grit to your journey and knowing when to quit certain things along your journey.
I hope it helps you practice more grace AND grit.Listen Now!
193: 10 Q’s to Design a Year to Remember
How do you design a year to remember?
You ask yourself great questions, of course, so you can get clarity on where you are headed and how specifically you are going to get there.
In this episode of the Grace & Grit Podcast, I give you 10 very specific questions to ask yourself as you head into a new year so you achieve all of your goals and more!Listen Now!
186: Rethinking Goal Setting
Goals can be awesome mile markers along the path to change, but goals are not enough to create and sustain change. If you want to create change in your life that is long-lasting, you have to be willing to change your beliefs about what is possible for your life, your habits and ultimately, your identity.
In this episode of the Grace & Grit podcast, I challenge listeners on how they think of goal setting and how to use goals in a way that helps foster meaningful and sustainable results, not just temporary ones.Listen Now!
050: Setting Goals That Have Weight to Them
A New Year is dawning, which for many women is a popular time to set or recommit to goals. Unfortunately, when it comes to health goals, many women are thinking too small…literally. Far too many health goals are based on aesthetics alone specifically, ones revolving around weight loss, which doesn’t create a ton of traction in the motivation department (at least not traction that extends beyond a few weeks).
In this week’s podcast, I dish out some “food for thought” when it comes to establishing health goals that are weighty enough to carry you all the way home to sublime health.Listen Now!