How I put myself in the driving seat for achieving my goals

Author’s screenshots, Strava and Duolingo

#1 Giving my goals a big purpose increased the occurrences of failure.

Without using jargon from psychology

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Who will you still judge today?

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Our most powerful teammate against our inner critic

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Our personal cheerleader is our first, closest and unconditional best friend.

Green is not about jealousy here!

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“No one cares

How much you know,

Until they know

How much you care”

Author’s screenshot

My biggest distraction from an important task used to be an equally important task.

You support your inner critic

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Questions for your friend

  • Would you shout at him or her?
  • Would you praise him or…

How I stuck to my goal for 99 days (and still do)

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They do not exist

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Key takeaways:

  • Failure as reality
  • Anxiety as a normal human tendency versus anxiety as a problem
  • Decisions, decisions, decisions
  • Expect anxiety

Failure as reality

Jeev Sahoo

I write from personal yet validated experience on #Startups #Psychology #CBT. Day-job in Data & Automotive EVs. Advised 400+ founders. #HECParis #HBS Online #UK

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