In our Perfectionists Getting Shit Done Forum, one of our PGSDers asked whether changing circumstances means she should change her fitness goal to a business goal that’s a little more scary – or if she should keep it the same. This is a question that comes up so often, with all kinds of goals, that I thought I’d share my answer on the podcast!
In this episode, I’m sharing practical advice that will help you determine whether you should change your goal or stick with it. If you’re a PGSDer, be sure to work through the Should You Change Your Goals Workbook as it’ll help you put what you’ve learned from this episode into practice.
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- Why it’s so tempting to change your goal
- Why changing your goal won’t actually help you to feel better
- Common signs that you should NOT change your goal
- When it’s ok to change your goal
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- Perfectionists Getting Shit Done – our group coaching program
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