• Samantha Hearne

Thoughts On Growth

Growth can be painful, messy, and uncertain.

If the reasons you aren't where you want to be have been the same for the past 3, 6, or 12 months, it's high time that you start looking deeper into the problem and think about why things haven't changed.

Staying in a space that does not make you feel fulfilled is not the solution.

Living your life in a constant state of "what if" or "soon" or "maybe" isn't going to generate the change you so desperately crave. One of the biggest mistakes I see people make when they commit to change is focusing on the very end result.

How to focus on the now.

  • Go one step at a time.

  • Set micro-goals.

  • Know your plan for today.

  • Focus on creating constant mini successes.

  • Generate your own momentum from where you are.

If you only measure your success on the very end goal, demotivation will set in very quickly!

A big change is rarely instant. True expansion is seldom quick and simple! Create a roadmap for your growth and work at the stage you're at. Start small.

Your success isn't built in what you do once or twice but in what you do continuously without instant results being your only driving force to keep going.