Episode 60: The Myth Of Overnight Success

The Mindset Shift You Must Make If You Want To Achieve Long-Term Success In Any Area Of Your Life


It’s time to swing an axe at the myth of the overnight success. Our world seems to be obsessed with the idea of instantaneous results and we’re suffering under the weight of its expectations. The truth is, if we want to build anything that lasts — a magnificent marriage, a successful business, or a life worth following — we’ll have to make a significant shift in the results we expect and how fast we expect to achieve them. And the only way to do that is head first.

On today’s show, I’m going to be sharing the mindset shift you must make if you want to achieve long-term success in any area of your life. So, if you’ve ever struggled with the feeling that you should be further than you are right now and are still running sprints when you should be training for a marathon, then listen to today’s episode as I expose the myth of overnight success and show you the strength of incremental progress.


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