3 Blazingly Obvious Ways You Are Screwing Up Your Success

  1. I actually just hired a coach…one that I have to pay! LOL In the past I’ve done a lot of barter work and what I’ve learned is, for somethings barter might be good, but in certain areas, you get what you pay for.

    So I stepped out of my comfort zone and committed to a 6-month coaching program that is currently WAYYYY out of my budget. But my thought is, I have goals. I won’t reach those goals sitting in my comfort zone. I need to stretch myself and I need someone on the sidelines pushing me to do so.

  2. Going out to our comfort zone is absolutely a huge challenge to each everyone of us. If we want to achieve our goals in life or in business. Do something you have never done before. Don’t be scared of failures. It’s a part of success. If you succeed to something without being failed, You won’t feel true meaning of success. Thanks for this post. This will help a lot. ^^

  3. Yes, I agree with this line “Achievement is not in the ownership but only in the implementation”. You have many resources to take but you don’t have action. It simply means beyond all of that there’s no output. Going out with the comfort zone is really a big step in one’s life. Yes, it’s hard but there will be a good effect in a person’s life if we try something new.

  4. Jenni P says:

    I’m between those 2 zones in that black space where you could fall into oblivion… and often it sucks! In other words, still waiting for the magic so so far committed that there is no going back!
    Yikes, good job I’ve got a unicorn..
    Hug Melissa

    • Melissa Galt says:

      You are in no danger of falling into oblivion, you are far too connected to your passion and purpose for that!

      You can’t wait for magic, you simply have to invite it to unfold . . .

      Hugs, Melissa

  5. Gibson Goff says:

    After having your article ‘whap’ me up beside the head a few times reminding me to keep going, I would only offer one thing: Just because you stepped out of your comfort zone once before and it didn’t work, does not mean it won’t work this time.

    We all grow. Stepping out of your comfort zone and feeling it didn’t work last time, may have been the ideal learning experience for this time.

    You’re only a loser if you stop.

    Great article, Melissa. Wishing you all the best!

  6. ronnie says:

    Brilliant points!
    Thanks for sharing…

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