Your number one priority doesn’t mean you need to spend all of your time on it. It means you need to spend enough time on it.”

Naphtali Roberts

Today on the podcast I get really fired up! I am talking to you about the subject of goal shaming. What it is, how to recognize it and what to do when it happens to you.\

Have you ever made a goal and then judged your goal not good enough when comparing it to someone else? This episode is for you!

Mindfulness Takeaways

  • Show up in your life and notice the things that work for YOU
  • Consistency and commitment are key, but at the end of the day how you accomplish your goals looks different for each person
  • If you are using a “goal” to tune out or shut down your inner voice then you may be goal shaming yourself
  • Money and money mindset are huge areas where we goal shame ourselves and our businesses
  • Knowing what your priorities are is the first step to stop goal shaming
  • When we goal shame others, it’s really from a place of fear and shame that our own goals aren’t good enough
  • When supporting others with their goals remember: Listen, Be Curious and Ask Permission.

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