Lesson 1, Topic 1
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Lack Of Major Progress Means Failure

Hope4Families September 1, 2021

In the last lesson, you learned that all the resources you need to reach your goals are available to you. Today, you’ll discover that you don’t need big wins to reach your goals – small successes get you there as well.

Oh, how easy it is to criticize yourself for a lack of major progress on your goals. You feel that if you’re not making significant progress every single day, then you’re a failure. Maybe you have a list of goals that you want to achieve and that list haunts you. It’s a reminder of all that you haven’t achieved. 

Each day you feel like a failure. You feel like truly productive people make leaps and bounds of progress on a consistent basis. 

Your limiting belief is that lack of major progress on your goals means that you’re a failure. 

You constantly criticize and berate yourself for not achieving more. For not being more successful. For not accomplishing more – faster. There are times when you’re really frustrated with yourself and feel like giving up altogether.