If your mind is wired for MEDIOCRITY AND FEAR, how are you ever supposed to achieve your goals?
Think of it like this : It’s like driving a car. If you have your foot permanently on the brake, it doesn’t matter how hard you pump the gas, you simply won’t go anywhere.
You can get more ANGRY, and more FRUSTRATED, and try changing the gears and moving the wheel, but you still aren’t going anywhere.
Perhaps, even with your goals in music in the front of your mind, you still find yourself unable to take the actions that you know will move you CLOSER TO YOUR DREAMS in music.
Not because there’s a real physical obstacle in your way, but because thoughts and fears of your own making are holding you in place.
So the question must be: How do you get your foot off the brake so that you can accelerate towards your version of success rather than sitting in the dark, rainy parking lot year after year?
That’s exactly what we are here to answer in this episode of the podcast with Mindset & High Performance expert Brad Bizjack.
In this episode:
Discover how to escape being stuck with the same cycling thought patterns that keep you living in the past so that you can set yourself up for success in music and every other area of your life.
The reason why people use time as an excuse. ‘I don’t have enough time’, ‘I’ve wasted to much time and I’m running out of time’ – and how to dispel the lies that we tell ourselves in order to create an abundance of time to achieve the goals that matter most to us.
Brad’s recipe for overcoming creative blocks. This isn’t just theory, it’s an actual tactic to get you high energy, in the zone and creating music, even when you feel like it least.
Enjoy and please do hit me up with your thoughts.
It’s a wicked episode 🙂
As promised: here’s the link to Brad’s ‘Success ‘Accelerator’ training we discussed in the episode – it’s FREE but you do need to REGISTER FOR IT NOW ahead of it’s starting date on Monday 23rd October. Success Accelerator: A 5 Day Mindset Challenge
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