Have you ever felt like you’re *almost* to where you want to be?
Maybe you’ve told yourself that if you just hit a certain level in your career, meet your person, build a family, buy that home, or heal your skin, THEN you’ll be happy and complete.
First, let me just validate those thoughts and say it’s completely normal to think this way and then feel like you’re not enough or you’re not where you want to be in life.
But the problem with thinking like that is that the finish line will just keep moving. There will always be something more that needs to happen before you can be satisfied.
So in this episode, I want to chat with you about what to do when you feel like you’re never quite where you want to be. This is the fourth episode in a series that takes a look at unmet expectations and goes along with my new book, Embrace Your Almost.
With new content that complements chapter 4 of the book and reflection questions to ask yourself, I hope this episode helps you stop living for a moving finish line and start embracing the season you’re in with intention and contentment.
Why You You’ll Never Be Happy When the Finish Line Keeps Moving
If you’re feeling like you’re always *almost* to where you want to be, but never actually seem to get there, pull up a comfy seat and tune in to learn:
- Why you feel like you’re never where you want to be
- The problem with arbitrarily pursuing goals without asking why
- How to define what’s enough for you
- Questions you can ask yourself to gain clarity and define your “why”
Ready to dig deeper?