How to Recognize You Are On the Wrong Path and Avoid a Big Mistake

You might not guess it from looking at me, but I’ve made a lot of mistakes in my life and business.

Like, A LOT of mistakes.

There was that time as a newbie coach when I spent months designing a new program . . . only to sell one copy. And that was a pity purchase from a friend. 

Or how about that time I scheduled jaw surgery the day before a 3-day retreat I was hosting. My bruised face in the videos matched my bruised ego.

And folks love to point out the typos in my emails and blog posts. “Aren’t you a former book editor?”

I wish I could save you from the pain of failure, but that’s not in my life coaching bag of tricks. What I can do is help you recognize when your plans aren’t working so you can mitigate the damage, and hopefully, get on the track to a new plan faster.

Watch today’s video to learn how to recognize when you are on the wrong path before you make a big mistake.

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Time Stamps

0:00 Intro
2:59 You’re just going through the motions.
3:47 You’re experiencing “sunk cost” fallacy.
4:45 Your goal doesn’t feel achievable anymore.
5:32 Your plan isn’t in alignment with your current situation.
6:22 You have a sinking feeling you made a big mistake.
7:20 Join the Life Editor Clubhouse.

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