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Episode 58: Recovering From Failed Goals with Courtney Mott

Have you ever missed a goal and cried over a tub of ice cream and Netflix and then stopped your goals all together?

I have.

We all have.

Failed goals are only stepping stones.

If you aren’t failing at goals I don’t think you are setting high enough goals. Anyone who meets a goal the first time is setting very safe goals.

On today’s episode, Courtney Mott shares about how she didn’t hit a recent goal, what she learned and I give her some advice on how to move forward. If you have been enjoying Courtney’s episodes this year, you will love this one!

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Let’s break this down.

Episode 43: Radical Responsibility with Debt and Plan to Change with Courtney

Courtney is one of those people who you can tell has been through a lot but you also think you might see he on TV someday as a motivational speaker! She truly works hard to provide for her family and has grit and determination. Courtney also has some debt that she wants to knock out this year and a plan to get rid of it. We are going to watch her journey this year - in a once a month episode on her progress and the lessons she is learning. You will love Courtney. She’s like an encyclopedia of personal development wrapped up in a spicy taco.

Things we cover on this episode:

  • Getting into debt because of medical emergencies and life emergencies

  • How credit cards are “life tuition”

  • Taking small steps and opportunities and letting them be seeds that grow

  • How to overcome the fear of letting people know the truth of your situation

  • What Courtney’s first steps are going to be to work on her debt