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For many, 2020 has not been a good year. If 2020 left you feeling defeated then do the work to overcome it. In this episode, Chris Williams talks about how you can do that.
Moving forward in 2021
- 2020 was hard for everybody regardless of social status. It was a hard heart and mind-bending process.
- For Chris, there are three things that matter:
- You need to be yourself. In this time when money and the market are getting pushed, it’s difficult for people to figure out who you are. Eventually, you start to become someone else. You start to see other people on social media and you aim to become more like that person. You need to stop that and anchor down to who you are and what your core values are.
- Whatever your metrics are, whatever your numbers are, it’s not about the money. It’s about what you know that you’re good at and being able to anchor to that. A good handle on that will give you assurance and confidence.
- Have an actionable plan. You need to put up an actionable plan that leans on your strength.
- This may mean that you need to read a book, listen to a podcast, or other amazing resources you can get your hands on. Pick up resources that will give you actionable stuff that you can do.
- This is about clearly defining the list of things that you can do every single day.
- You need to have a community that supports you. You need to be with people with hearts, souls, and minds.
- People are inherently social beings. We have cultures, religious affiliations, political parties, and more. We need to anchor to a group of people who share the same beliefs and interests that we have.
- Don’t consume just any information available out there. Instead, lean in on the experts that provide the information that you like to consume.
“If 2020 Left You Feeling Defeated, Do the Work to Overcome It” episode resources
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