Ever hopped off a livestream and thought about all the things you wish you’d said differently?
Or had a sales call and kicked yourself after for not leaning into an objection the way you wanted to?
Or maybe you’ve gotten up on stage and delivered your message only to replay how it went for the next two weeks?
You’re not the only one, and in this week’s bite-size biz lesson, I’m answering a question from one of my clients, and a question you’ve likely asked yourself: How do you stop obsessing over the could-have-beens and should-have-beens after you’ve finished a piece of work?
IN EPISODE 132, WE JAM ON:
getting real about why it’s so tough to close the tab on work you’ve finished, why your brain loves to latch onto the past, and the shift you can make to support your success and sanity
a super-duper-simple and obvious mantra to help you stop the run-away-train thoughts and obsessing in its tracks and how this supports building momentum.
the difference between feedback that supports mastery and results and looping that keeps you stuck and can sabotage your success.
Grab your earbuds and join us for this week’s bite-size biz lesson on ONE Question: Unapologetic Questions for Unapologetic Results!
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Wishing you your version of success!
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