215. Why Progress Is More Important Than Perfection When Setting Goals as a Couple

Nov 11, 2019 | 0 comments

Who is supporting you in achieving your goals?

A lot of us are struggling with this silently, but few of us are willing to stand up and ask for help. We hear about our friends’ successes and we see them on social media, and it creates this unrealistic expectation of what the journey forward looks like.

In this episode, we’re talking to two people who were willing to raise their hands and ask for help. Kristina Modares and Eric Mann are in a relationship, but they’re also both starting companies. So they got busy, their personal and business lives got chaotic, and they were experiencing some very real stress over the past year. But by coming together and leveraging the tools of The ONE Thing — and each other — they’re preparing to remain connected and grow together in 2020, regardless of what life throws their way.

To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: the1thing.com/podcast.

In this episode, you will learn…

  • [3:30] What it looks like when you start engaging your individual goals as a team, even when you don’t all identify as goal setters
  • [9:30] ONE thing you can do to set yourself up for success in a goal-setting retreat
  • [20:40]What you can accomplish after just one year of goal setting as a couple

Links & Tools From This Episode

-We’ll help you facilitate a retreat with The ONE Thing Goal Setting Master Course

-Download the FREE Kick Ass Guide® to Your Couples Goal Setting Retreat 

-Check out LeverCraft Coffee: www.levercraft.com


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