In that moment when he accomplished his lifelong dream, he also felt a deep sense of dissatisfaction because as part of pursuing that dream, he inadvertently neglected other important components of his life – relationships, people, his own spirituality.Nick Gillispie
- We are often so surprised to discover that we have never achieved a goal that we never planned to achieve.
- Having goals may lead us to believe we are becoming the best versions of ourselves, even if we don’t actually accomplish any of them.
- We tend to focus more on professional and financial goals than on emotional and relational goals.
- Every single goal in our lives should be coupled with daily decisions.
- Someday is not a day of the week, but today is.
- There is so much more to life than merely the accomplishment of goals.
- Ask yourself, “Are there any goals that I have today that I am doing nothing to accomplish?”
- Evaluate whether your goals align with your deepest core values.
- Share your goals with trusted friends so that they can keep you accountable to making the choices required to accomplish them, and invite them to pursue those goals alongside you.
Dream Decide Do
Whether it’s breaking an old habit or starting a new business, positive change requires perspective, purpose, and proactivity. This week, Dr. Michael Brown chats with his son, Justin Brown, about the three keys to accomplishing your goals.
Stop Making Resolutions
We’ve made it to the end of another year, so it’s finally that time again to make a commitment that we don’t intend to keep. Wait… what? This week, Dr. Michael Brown and aspiring NBA player Trey Diggs give us a glimpse of their final life coaching session of 2021.
Build Your Life
In order to become the best versions of ourselves, we must construct a solid foundation and then actually do the work. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Hammr CEO Brek Goin outline the many tools required to live a life of purpose and meaning.