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The key, of course, is that you have to be deliberate about making it fun. I love the chapter about the distractions of perfectionism. It turns out it does. What if you could start today? We just have to tell our fears to STFU and keep moving forward. I love this one. The good news is Start gives listeners practical, actionable insights to be more awesome, more often. These are some of my favorite points in the book and apologize for the length. We all do it. Have fun We tend to take our goals very seriously. We decided to test that theory though. The awesome path is more challenging, because things like fear only bother you when you do work that matters. We wanted to know if fun had an ROI. Does the prize associated with reaching your goal motivate you or are you trying to prevent an undesirable outcome? The book now also includes techniques and breakthroughs he has created for individual coaching clients. Or on a walk with a friend? You can enjoy the journey and still reach your destination. I was just trying to survive the swirl that was little kids. Go big might be a good slogan for a gym wall, but if you really want to win, go small. Or play ping pong? What happened when we did this? The author suggests that we choose what to bomb and succeed at a goal that matters. Go big or go home! Recognizing that, we asked the participants in our study to cut their goals in half. It matters the most. You can do it all.
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