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Have you ever worked hard and hit a goal only to be disappointed with the lack that comes with it? Is it time to quit if you don’t see the result after getting to a goal you’ve worked hard to get to? It is normal to feel disappointed with the results of a goal or lack thereof after working so hard to get there, and that is where I have been after achieving a goal and not the result of it.

In this episode of the Live Your Personal Best podcast, I talk about why I’m stuck and disappointed with the results of a goal I set for myself. Listen in to learn the power of consistency in getting you to your goals.  

Key Takeaways:

· Are your unrealistic expectations about your goals setting you up for failure? 

· The power of consistency in getting us to our goals even when things don’t work out the way we want.

· Consistency vs. insanity and how we often do insanity with our goals instead of being consistent.

Episode Timeline:

· [1:48] How we sometimes get disappointed after achieving a goal that we worked hard to achieve. 

· [3:44] Why I’m disappointed even after hitting a goal that I worked very hard to hit. 

· [12:41] Goal consistency vs. goal insanity.

Quote: 

“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results, but we do that instead of consistency.”- Emily [14:11]

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About the Host, Emily Coffman
About the Host, Emily Coffman

Emily Coffman is the fastest growing advocate for athlete wellness in life after sport. She is a former NCAA Division I Athlete at the University of Oklahoma in rowing.

Now, she is the creator of the top 1% health and fitness podcast, Live Your Personal Best which has over quarter of a million downloads and best-selling author of Elite to Everyday Athlete.

Her research and focus on the health of athletes after they leave the field, has led her to become one of the leading experts for athletes to learn how to live a healthy life, enjoy working out, and find their new love of sport.

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