June 16, 2020

Asking for Help

If you read the last post then you know how critical that first step towards achieving your goals can be. Simply knowing that you’ve done something – anything – can make a world of difference.
But that’s only one piece of the puzzle. It’s time to dig a bit deeper into actually taking action.

Here’s the thing…
We don’t always have everything we need to achieve our goals. Sometimes the knowledge or the skills necessary to complete them might be missing.

The first thing people tend to do in this situation is to try and figure out how to equip themselves with the necessary tools.

But their mistake lies in trying to do it all on their own.
Let’s say that you’re overweight and you want to have nice abs. There’s a journey, a long one, to go from here to there. You’ll need the right diet, the right exercise, and other things too.

How long is it going to take for you to learn everything on your own?
Probably too long.
Guess what happens next? You get overwhelmed and quit.

At this point, you should probably start thinking, “I wonder if anyone has compiled all this information and might be willing to give it to me…”

All of a sudden, things become a lot easier and your goal so much more attainable. You can remove that huge blockage and focus on doing the work.

This is why it’s essential to ask the right people to help you achieve your goals, whatever they may be. It can save you a boatload of time, energy, and, in some cases, money.

If you take a look at the most powerful business people, such as Steve Jobs and Warren Buffett, you’ll see that they all had mentors.

So why shouldn’t you?
Trust me, it’s the best shortcut to your goals.

If there’s anything I can teach you about achieving your goals, just click here to get in touch.