Few people make it to the finish line. They quit before they get a breakthrough.
The goal could be: a business reset, a career change, a new hobby/undertaking, an improved relationship, or new lifestyle goal.
Before you quit, give yourself a real time to think about what you learned along the way, increase your self-care, and give yourself the permission to think hard about what do you really want to achieve.
There are many steps along the way. Depending on your mileage, you could just be starting, in the middle part, or almost there, but not quite.
What's your mileage? How long are you doing the things you are doing?
What are you learning versus what you are doing with the new learning?
What you should be unlearning?
What could accelerate your progress?
Who should be seeking out for help?
What can you do to move from point A to B?
What time frame are you setting yourself for each stage?
When do you need to pause to learn and pick up the valuable lessons along the way?
What kinds of breakthroughs are you experiencing?
What stories are you telling yourself about each step?
Who are your role models? Did they achieve what you want to achieve?
There is no such thing as having arrived. It's an ongoing journey with key milestones along the way.
Rest when you have to but go on to the next, knowing that there's equal measure of challenges and opportunities that await.
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