You’re idling at 30% of your potential.
I know it and you know it, but to everyone else in your life, you’re killing it.
You’re checking all the boxes.
You’re getting the promotions.
And you always have the perfect holiday card.
From the outside looking in, you’ve got it (almost) all figured out. And to a point, you do (almost). You’re smart; you’re driven; you’re able to do anything you put your mind to.
The problem is: You know that you’re capable of so much more and that you’re sitting on buckets of latent potential.
You’re saying yes to the wrong things.
You’re designing your days according to someone else’s standards.
You’re holding yourself back from living the life that you truly want.
Somewhere along the way, you decided that holding yourself back was good enough for now. But you know it’s not sustainable, and that ultimately, it’s not getting you where you want to be.
Enter the frustration, anxiety, and insomnia and everything they bring to your health and relationships.
The truth about those big ideas that keep you up at night: they’re going to require that you shift this car out of neutral and start applying some gas.
But unfortunately, at the end of the day—after you’ve kicked ass on everyone else’s checklists—you’ve got nothing left for yourself.