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#105: Taking Massive Action to Reach Your Goal

“Massive action” is a concept I first learned from Tony Robbins.

Over the years, I've learned from other mentors like Brooke Castillo and Jack Canfield who helped me break down massive action into a more tangible concept that I apply again and again towards making any goal a reality.

If you feel like you're spinning or that you can't seem to make traction towards achieving any goal in your life — from weight loss to building a successful practice — this episode of Be a Better Lawyer Podcast is for you.

One reason we spin is because we can't see a way out. It's because we've been trained to look to our past — what we've already accomplished or haven't accomplished — for evidence that we can achieve a goal.

I spent a long time spinning in my head rather than doing what needed to be done to reach my goals. I thought I was taking action, but I was really just overthinking things.

Taking massive action is a learnable skill. I break it down for you in this episode. 

Today you'll learn:

  • the difference between taking passive action and taking massive action
  • how the stories your tell yourself are preventing achieving your goal
  • how to know whether you're taking the right kind of action
  • a process you can use to move into taking massive action today

One of the goals I mentioned in today's podcast was to become organized when it comes to your time. Every lawyer I work with tells me they don't have enough time. I used to be one of them. If you want to know how you can take more control over your calendar, I recommend you download the Busy Lawyer's Quick Start Guide. You can get it here.

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