Do you really want to achieve it?



If you’re only prepared to put in half of the required effort, are you going to be happy with half of the results?

The expression that we get out what we put in is often quite true.

If you’re studying for an exam and only do half of the work, you might get lucky with the questions that come up but what is more likely is that you would achieve half of the grade that you might otherwise have done.

The same will apply to everything that we do.

Another expression that may be apt here is that if a job’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well.

So, what are you trying to achieve?

How much do you want the outcome to go your way?

Whether this is a relationship you are entering into, or trying to revive, or whether it’s an up-coming job interview, how badly do you want to succeed?

The level of effort put in may well be indicative of how much you want it.

However, there may be other factors at play.

Let’s say that you have an interview coming up and you don’t bother to make any preparations at all. You turn up with one minute to spare, dashing into the building and make it by the skin of your teeth.

Is this because you don’t particularly want the job?


Or it could be that deep down you don’t feel that you are good enough for it or worthy of it.

Whether it’s a job, a relationship, a business deal, or peace of mind, think about how much you want the outcome.

Then think about the effort that you are putting in to secure that outcome. Do they tally? If not, why not? If you need some help with this, please do get in contact to arrange for a free chat.

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by Jessica Hylands Confidence Coach

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