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The “In Progress” TRAP When Working Toward A Goal

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Hi, I'm Shaina

I’m a Life Coach, mindset expert and interior design enthusiast living in sunny Los Angeles. I help soul-searching people get their sh*t together and create a lifestyle they’re proud of.

We have a goal.

I want to lose weight.

I want sales in my business.

I want a new job.

I want clients.

And then we get to work to try and see this goal through.

But naturally, we get caught up in the mentality of “I’m working on it.”

I’m working on losing weight.

I’m working on getting my side hustle off the ground.

I’m working on getting clients.

And even though we can argue that that’s true…

I AM WORKING ON IT!

I’m not at my ideal weight. I don’t have sales yet. I don’t have clients yet.

Although we can argue that that’s true…

…the THOUGHT of “I’m working on it” while working on it can actually keep us stuck, never getting the result we want!

👉🏼 This is one of the sneakiest traps when working toward a goal. 

It sounds true. It feels true. Yet, it keeps you spinning your wheels.

If you have a result that you claim you want and that you’re ready for, yet you’re not making much progress as you “work on it,” don’t miss today’s video!

To watch, The “In Progress” TRAP When Working Toward Your Goalsclick the image below.

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My guilty pleasure is Bravo!
Real Housewives, Southern Charm, Vanderpump, Million Dollar Listing...I watch it all.
I'm a sucker for anything nostalgic.
I still watch reruns of Dawson's Creek on the regular
I know the lyrics to almost every 90's song.
Nathan says it's my hidden talent
My happy place?
Summer days. I love the beach, being tan, cookouts and country music!
Monica Gellar is my alter ego.
Cleaning and organizing are my therapy
I always have a candle burning at home.
I have a cabinet full of them.
My favorite movie?
Father of the Bride.
If I weren't a life coach...
I'd probably be an interior designer or do something in TV/ film production. Any chance I get to visit sets, I'm all over it!