Who do you see when you look in the mirror in the morning? Do you like the person looking back at you?
You're experiencing "cognitive dissonance" if the person looking back at you isn't the person inside you, who you know you could and should be.
I'm not talking about discovering gray hairs or new wrinkles (although that can be cognitive dissonance, too!)
Have you been a good friend to your friends? Have you been a loving spouse to your spouse?
Have you done everything you could for your clients? Have you exhibited random acts of kindness?
Have you worked your marketing systems consistently whether or not you had a lot of business?
Have you followed your business plan? Is your business where you planned it would be? Do you even have a business plan?
There's only one way to end cognitive dissonance! We need to try to be the best us that we can be. Trying our best and not reaching our goals is not failure. Failing to try our best is indeed a failure.
"Woulda, shoulda, coulda" only causes us to compare what we know we're capable of with what we've actually achieved.
Every day brings a brand new start for the rest of our lives. It's not over as long as we keep aiming high. It's not over 'til it's over.
Brian Schulman offers expert real estate representation for buyers and sellers of homes in Lancaster County, PA. To learn more, visit http://www.FindLancasterHomes.com/
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