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What's Really in the Way of You Reaching Your Goals

Have you ever wondered why some people seem to find success so easily while you're over here giving everything you've got and still not seeing the results you want?


You're doing all the right things...


Eating clean foods


Sticking to your workouts


Going to bed on time


Reading personal development books


Meditating and journaling every day


Pouring yourself into your work


But you still feel stuck.


And you're frustrated because it seems like everyone else is making progress with only a fraction of the effect.


Trust me -- I get it.


I used to feel the exact same way until I made this realization...


I realized that the problem wasn't WHAT I was doing.


The problem was WHO I was being.


You see, the secret to what's holding you back isn't some new strategy, program, or thing to add to your already jam-packed to-do list.


It's actually the complete opposite.


It's learning how to let go of the parts of yourself that are no longer serving you.


There are stories and beliefs that you've either created or have been handed to you throughout life. These stories form the foundation of the life that you're creating for yourself.


You might be doing all the right things to be successful, but you're holding onto a deep belief that you're not worthy of success.


So the secret to getting what you want is to identify the stories that are holding you back and let them go.


You must face the death of the old you so that the new you can shine through.


Like a snake shedding its skin -- you can't grow unless you let go.


Surrender.


This is often one of the biggest breakthroughs we see with our athletes.


It can be a little scary, but knowing that the answer has literally been RIGHT HERE the entire time is such a welcomed relief.


What do you need to let go of that's no longer serving you?

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