You have big goals, like quitting your job or saving for a house. What can you do to stay on target and make consistent progress toward your goals when you’ve got 29,817 things going on?
In this episode I (alongside former co-host Garrett Philbin) chat with Ryan Hildebrandt, founder of Viral Message Lab, a company that helps writers craft their message for TED talks. Ryan shares a simple method he uses to achieve big goals, financially and in other areas in his life. We chat about what makes up his weekly review, and why this simple process can give you more confidence and permission to go after big scary goals. We also talk about what you can do if you feel bad about maintaining this weekly habit and what you can do to simply get started.
What You Hear in This Episode:
- Ryan’s surprisingly simple habit and how it’s helped him in his financial life
- How you can motivate yourself to tackle scary things
- How reviewing past accomplishments can help you stay on track towards larger goals
- Why consistency is the key to success
- What happens if you aren’t consistent with this weekly habit (hint: it’s not the end of the world!)
- How something that’s considered boring can actually contribute to our overall happiness
- The weekly habit that’s helped me launch my business and travel through 53 countries
- Unbeatable Mind
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