Welcome to The Path To Mindset Mastery! My name is Brad Bizjack! I’m a mindset strategist and coach, inspirational speaker, and creator of Appreciation Academy. I help people to elevate their relationships, career, and mindset to the next level.
Don't live your life chasing a to-do list, even if you get the things on it done - there will always be more added to the list tomorrow. Today we are going to work through one of the biggest conflicting beliefs about success :
Working hard will make me successful.
When I first started my business, I was a hustler and I made a lot of sacrifices, my "to-do" list dictated how I felt about my success and I never felt satisfied as my idea of success was a moving target. I felt like I was pushing myself towards doing things. Now, I still work hard but the difference is, I am not forcing the energy I bring to the tasks that I do - my work energizes me and I am being pulled towards success.
How did I make that shift?
Instead of “forcing” success by chasing the feeling of completion I got from completing tasks for a feeling of worthiness or alignment.
Before I was working long hours, starting early, working late, and I felt like I didn't have the time for relationships, or smaller tasks, or in fact any time at all! When I made time for family members or friends, I felt guilty that I wasn’t “achieving,” when I decided to work instead of spend time with them, I felt like I was letting them down.
When I changed my mindset, I felt calm, relaxed and I was able to be more present both at work and with my family. I was more creative, energized, and positive, and success suddenly became easier. I was no longer relying on pure willpower to get me through.
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