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This year, Tiger Woods won the Masters Tournament for one of the most satisfying sports comebacks of all time. Tiger’s bullish dedication to the sport is the stuff of legends, yet his public departure from total world dominance in 2010 created global shockwaves. Talk about a major adjustment in life goals!
On this episode of Bobby J on 30A, we’re getting spiritually deep about goals. As you grow and change, your goals will as well, but what’s the best approach to set and adjust goals as you go? Perhaps surprisingly, your personal answer may not be to do more and do it faster.
When we’re in a Tiger-Woods-esque rut in our own lives, it’s the perfect time to restructure thoughts and even businesses from another perspective. Listen as we discuss:
When it’s time to cast goals aside
Why money-based goals don’t satisfy
What you should never jeopardize for goals
Why you should just focus on the work in front of you
How to combat the desire to continually chase numbers
Why process can lead to smarter goals
How to prevent burnout in your business and life
How to think about what goals should be
Why the best goals can’t be read in books
Sometimes we put so much pressure on ourselves to reach our goals that we completely forget to pause and enjoy the life in front of them. For more information, visit www.30alocalrealestate.com or www.30alocalproperties.com.
Bobby began his real estate career 20 years ago with St. Joe’s residential Real Estate sales company Arvida. They eventually sold that division to Coldwell Banker where he quickly became one of the ....
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