When we begin to set goals, usually we dive right in. We think about who we want to be, what we might want to do or see or experience, and we put it up on the old vision board.
But, if you are anything like me, this haphazard way of goal setting leaves me disillusioned and frustrated by ....ummmm February? (If I'm lucky)
How can we set more mindful goals with a greater chance of achievement?
Well, in this video we are going to discuss how our sense of self-worth and our ability to take risks and what risks we tolerate, influence what kind of goals we are able to execute on.
Both self-worth AND our ability to take risks are connected to our Enneagram type. Our Enneagram type shows us where we might be tempted to place our worth (for every type, we are tempted to place our worth OUTSIDE of ourselves).
As soon as we raise our self-worth and as soon as we are able to notice what feels "risky" to our ego and confront that fear, and understand what lies beneath it, so we can regulate our defense mechanism, our goals become easy to accomplish - we have removed the resistance.
This is the secret to goal setting and accomplishing. Understanding where our worth is located, understanding what defense mechanism our ego puts up, and allowing those to shift into alignment with our goals.
We will be covering this and much more in The Freedom Seekers Community this month. Click here if you'd like to join us!