Episode 233: What Happens When You Don’t Have An Impossible Goal

In Perfectionists Getting Shit Done, one of the key tools we use for both personal and business growth is the impossible goal. And I know for sure that without my impossible goal, there’s no way I would have been able to get out of my own way enough to build the multiple six figure business I have today.

But is an impossible goal really necessary? Tune in to learn what happens when you don’t have an impossible goal and why you need one. If you’ve been struggling to build your coaching business, this episode is going to be an eye-opener for you.

In This Episode You’ll Learn:

  • Why our PGSDers set an impossible goal and exactly what it is
  • The reason it’s damaging for perfectionists to set ‘realistic’ goals
  • How having an impossible goal will dramatically increase your productivity
  • The truth about why you keep giving up on your goals year after year

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Author: Sam Brown