It wasn’t until I turned 50 that I met my fears head on. I had done a few fearless things before that, but they were usually what others wanted me to do. The real movement with facing my fears was when my fear of forever being lost overcame my fear of moving forward. r
Author Archives: Shelly Drymon
You’ve been setting goals for years. In fact, you’re a damn good goal setter. You write SMART goals, lay out the activities, action plans, deadlines and measurements. You put your goals in a place where you could see them every damn day!
Problem is you rarely meet your goals. I get it. I was there. In fact, the process would go something like this: r
Why do we repeat the same cycle year after year and for some of us decade after decade? It’s not what you’re doing – it’s what you’re not doing. r
I spent many years, decades actually, not having a clear vision and path for my life. I was a wreck in every way: physically, emotionally and mentally. r