How to Break Out of your ‘Groundhog Day’ Rut

I don’t like making mistakes, but I love the things I learn from them.

The one thing I hate more than making mistakes, is the thought of living a life right out of ‘Groundhog Day’.

Another day, another set of hours to tick off… you’re always busy; but what are you actually achieving? Before you know it, 40 years can pass you by and leave you feeling like you missed the opportunity to create something truly great with your life!

My name is Geoff Everist, and I help small business owners to achieve their goals, and secure their long term futures.

Why do I do this? What do I personally gain from helping other people achieve what THEY want to achieve?

Well, it re-enforces the belief I have around setting specific goals in each aspect of a person’s life. I believe this is the most effective way to capture the work-life balance unicorn and stop living that Groundhog Day-esque life every day.

That belief is what I call ‘The Three Circles’ – and it’s something that everyone should understand and embody in their everyday lives if they truly wish to achieve greatness.

This strategy provides clarity around what my goals really are, and allows me to see the areas in my life where I am pretending to have it all together. It forces me to take action in these areas and helps me measure my success along the way.

There is a statement that I love:

“If not me, then who? If not now, then when?”

This is a call to arms for me to really live in the moment. When things need to happen, I don’t wait, I just do!

I strongly believe this strategy I have tested and found success through is the key to unlocking the full potential of your life. It truly allows you to become committed to being who you actually want to be.

You only have one life to be the person your five year old self wanted to be. It’s time to give yourself the best chance to be that person, and most importantly, enjoy the journey as well as your final destination.


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