Motivation & drive goes on and off like a flickering light bulb, up and down like a bouncing ball.
That is what happens when you solely rely on goals.
Have you ever experienced this? (Refer below.)
Back when you were still working on your goal of, for example, hitting 2 x 4 safety bar squats, you were so determined to achieve it. The excitement was there. (And you must have still remembered the feeling quite so well.)
Yet now that you have achieved that goal and got the results you wanted?
The show is over; the thrill is gone.
So what happens after that?
Chances are, you might revert to your old routine, and then after a little while, when the consequences kick in, you set another goal. Then you hit that goal – then revert – and then set another goal until this pattern becomes an endless cycle of excitement and despair, thus creating a yo-yo effect.
Am I saying that goals are not helpful?
Of course, not.
But you have to know its purpose:
Goal setting lets you envision where you want to be.
But to get there?
That needs a long-term actionable plan.
You need a system. You need a process.
And that is why I created the Sports Model Project - a process of transformation and personal mastery.
Our specialist team of coaches will walk you through the best training, nutrition, and mindset curriculum, founded on science and values-based living.
Best of all, you will grow along with a community of resourceful, powerful women who are all supportive of each others' ongoing and never-ending growth.
Would you like to learn how we approach goal setting and how to fix this yo-yo issue?
In January, my team and I will be running a mindset webinar on how high achievers handle new year's resolutions. Because most people focus on the stuff they haven’t been doing, but high performers are already resolved to doing the work.
So it’s really important for them to focus on this time differently.
Click here to learn more about the webinar.
If you’re planning on setting goals in the new year, you definitely don’t want to miss this.
Love and light,
The SMP Team