Do You Have Your Pedal to the Metal? EPS 194
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On episode 194 of RNFM Radio, we dig deep into motivation, your “why”, and how we put the pedal to the metal in our lives and careers—or not.
One of the overarching questions of this episode is whether or not Elizabeth was “hangry” or not during the recording. We recorded at Elizabeth’s usual dinner time; can you hear her rumbling stomach in the background?
Motivation was identified as the key to forward movement in our lives, personally or professionally; and that motivation can often be found through raw, honest self-reflection.
Based on self-reflection, Elizabeth knows that her core values are freedom and fun, and if what she does isn’t in line with those values, she’s outta there! Elizabeth shared that she likes to frequently pause and reflect because she wants to know what she’s learning and how she’s growing.
So, friends, is what you’re doing what you really want to be doing?
Kevin shares that you must “get good” with your “why”; it might be a “Big Money Why” like Elizabeth’s business coach has said, or it could be a smaller “why” that feels just as important. Money can give context to the conversation, especially since it’s the oxygen of your lifestyle. Kevin expounded on the notion that the only competition he sees is the person he was yesterday, because he’s going to be better than that tomorrow. How do you like them apples?
Keep an eye on the 10,000-foot view, folks. Celebrate the small wins and small gains, and get the support you need to hold you accountable and move you forward.
Meanwhile, Elizabeth admonishes listeners to get support, be it from your community, a mastermind group, your colleagues, a coach, a family member, or just hanging out with people who know more than you do.
Take action, have others hold you accountable, and by “hangry” for success!
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