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If I asked you today on the spur of the moment how you felt about the progress you're making towards your goals, what would you say? 

Sometimes, through the lens of an instance, we focus first on the gap, the distance we are away from our goals, as our measure of progress. So we often feel like we're not where we want to be, or at least not where we SHOULD be.

We focus on the gap, and wonder why haven't we crossed it yet? How are we ever going to cross it? Why don't we feel like we are getting closer?

And naturally, a little frustration, doubt, and maybe even fear sets in. 

We feel we are lacking. We maybe feel we are lazy. We possibly feel that we are a failure, because we haven't closed that darn gap.


BUT, what if, on the other hand, I didn't ask you how close you were to your goals, but instead, how far you've already come?

What if, instead of focusing on the gap ahead of us, we turned around, and focused on the path we have already traveled?

What if we took a minute to try to remember what we were like a month ago, a year ago, or even a few years ago?

What if we took a minute to appreciate every little step, every little effort, even the small setbacks that we've already overcome to reach where we are today?

Instead of doubt, we might feel achievement. 

Instead of frustration, we might feel gratitude.

Instead of fear, we might feel confidence.

Let that settle in for a moment.

Then shift your perspective- focus on your progress, appreciate the learning, the new skills, the growth, the personal development, and look away from the gap between where you are and where you want to be.

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