When I graduated ND med school I was CERTAIN of exactly what I wanted. I was going to fill my practice in a year or two and change the world, one healthy patient at a time.
I would spend 2- 4 hours working on each new patient file after my initial 2 hour visit. I wanted to be the expert at absolutely everything and custom tailor the perfect treatment for every person that came through my door.
The problem was that part of me was exhausted by this. Part of me wanted to treat what I had the most passion for. Part of me knew I was watering down my genius by trying to know everything rather than focusing on one area.
This part of me didn’t like it when practice got busy. This part of me was secretly relieved when I’d have a lot of cancellations or a slow month.
So I had a goal to have a full general practice and a goal to have a focused less-busy practice.
You wanna know what my competing goals got me?
A whole lotta frustration is what. Because no matter what happened, part of me wasn’t satisfied.
Can you relate?
Have you had the painful experience of housing competing goals for your business?
Have you ever been stuck not even knowing what your goal is anymore?
Well today’s guest knows all about this and is here to help us clarify and clear a path to goal success.
In this episode Caryl Westmore shares how she was blocking her own success and how she broke through these to achieve all her goals.
Then she walks us through a 5 step exercise to help us all crush our own goals too!
Your conscious business is the healing this planet needs. Thank you for bringing your money and business goals to fruition!
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The book that changed Caryl’s view of success: The Artist’s Way
Carol’s favourite success quote: Believe in yourself and there will come a day when others will have no choice but to believe with you. -Cynthia Kersey