Have you ever woken up in the morning and asked yourself, “Is this all there is?”
It’s a gnawing feeling inside that tells you there must be more than this. I know because I too have experienced it.
It reminds me of one of my goals which was to share on the biggest stages in the world with people like Sir Richard Branson, Tony Robbins, Dr. John Demartini and Tim Ferriss, because I’d read all their books and it was something I wanted to achieve.
I had attended many of Tony Robbins seminars and always envisioned that one day I would be able to speak on a stage like that. Now fast forward to 200 days a year or more of speaking. I was in London and got to speak after him. He is an incredible speaker with a lot to give and share. So I reached my goal but remember feeling afterwards it was not what it was cracked up to be.
This is because I had created a belief that when I had achieved this, I would actually be happier in my life because I’d accomplished something and this would make me a different person.
So there I was on stage with confetti everywhere and at the end of the presentation, although it was supposed to be a celebration, at the same time I was disappointed in myself, because I really believed that once I’d hit this goal life would be different. Instead I felt blank and wondering what now? And that was a fascinating experience.
I went back to my hotel room feeling a little lonely, frustrated and realising that success by mainstream standards wasn’t all it was cracked up to be. I knew I had to change my perspective, and find a peer group that would actually help me create something new.
So what you need to do when you hit the point of success you want to achieve is to set a new bar, something else to play at. This can’t be from a place of when you finally get there, thinking life will be different, but from a place of expression. Surround yourself with peers who have actually hit the point they wanted to hit and know they’re no better than where you are.
They’re willing to hold you accountable to having a fulfilling life by your design, not by society’s standards of what success actually is. Maybe it’s making the money you want or receiving the level of recognition.
No amount of money, no amount of recognition is going to help you feel any better than where you actually are. And I had to come to terms with myself by experiencing this inflection point.
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