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Why You're Not a High-Performer...YET

If you have ever felt like you could be achieving more in life and you feel frustrated by not living up to your full potential, then you are in the right spot.

One of the saddest things in life is to go through it knowing that you could have done more and been better. It's an awful feeling to wake up every single day knowing that you are not fulfilling the great potential that lies within you.

I know what that feeling feels like, because I felt it for years of my life. I struggled with my mental health as a teen and young adult.

I always had this gnawing feeling inside me that told me I was capable of great things, but...I never took any great action. I would end up listening to that voice of self-doubt, sabotaging and doing the exact opposite of taking the great action that I should've been taking.

There's a reason that you are stuck in the place that you are stuck in now. There's a reason it's hard for you to take action and build the life of your dreams.

In this post, I am breaking down the top 3 reasons as to why you have not become a high-performer yet. When you finally learn what is holding you back, you become unstoppable.

If you want to watch the Youtube video I recorded on this topic CLICK HERE.

Now, let's go through them.💪🏽

Why You're Not a High-Performer Reason 1: You Don't Understand Your Limiting Beliefs

Your limiting beliefs are the beliefs that you have about yourself and the world around you. These beliefs often form when we are kids and are trying to make sense of our world. Now you can imagine, how dysfunctional these beliefs end up being because we don't have enough experience of the world as kids!

We live by these beliefs subconsciously, always pulling ourselves back to what we truly believe about ourselves.

When we don't uncover our limiting beliefs, we always find ourselves stuck in this cycle of feeling good, then not so good. It's like we take 10 steps forward but then 20 steps back. Can you relate to that? It's frustrating AF feeling.

If you want to learn more about limiting beliefs that are causing you to sabotage your success, CLICK HERE to watch a video where I break them down.

My limiting belief is "I am not good enough". When I uncovered this belief, it's like my entire life made sense. I finally understood the worth that I was pulling myself back down to.

Whenever I achieved any success in my life, I ended up sabotaging it so that at the end of the day, I felt not good enough.

Learning how this belief showed up in my life and how to give myself permission to feel good enough no matter what was happening in my life, changed the game up for me.

I am now intentional about my action steps and can catch myself before I sabotage so that I continue to take 10 steps forward and only 5 steps back [taking steps back is a part of the game by the way], instead of 20 steps back.

It only takes me 5-10 minutes to uncover my client's limiting belief and it forever changes the trajectory of their life. If you are interested in getting 1:1 support to uncover your limiting beliefs, then CLICK HERE to book your free 30 min discovery call with me.

Why You're Not a High-Performer Reason 2: You're Not Using the Right Strategy

I hear from people allllllll the time that they are watching the videos, listening to the podcasts, reading the books and yet here they are, in a place where they are not achieving as much as they want to in life.

I know you can relate to this too.

The reason that you are still not a high-performer despite having all this knowledge, is because you are not using the right strategies that are actually going to help YOU. It's as straightforward as that.

All these big influencers and doctors share all these strategies, but that doesn't mean that this is what your specific brain needs.

I can totally relate to trying all these random strategies. When I was struggling with depression, this is exactly what I was doing! I was reading all the books, following all these motivational influencers, just hoping that something would help me feel better and turn me into the high-performer that I was destined to be.

However, this led to more frustration and disappointment more than anything. It took me years and years of experimentation, trial and error to really figure it all out.

This is why I am so glad that you are here, consuming my content, because I am sharing my knowledge from 10+ years of experimentation, my school education, and experience working with hundreds of clients so that it doesn't take you years to figure this out.

The best thing that you can do is to find the right strategy that works for you and be consistent with it. It's the simple things done over a long period of time that make the biggest difference in how you show up in the world.

Why You're Not a High-Performer Reason 3: You Don't Understand Your High-Performer Type

This reason actually goes hand-in-hand with the last one. You need to understand the type of high-performer you are, the unique ways that your brain works so that you can build the right strategy that supports you!

I don't do anything random with my 1:1 clients. I build a plan that is specific to how their brain actually works.

This whole cookie cutter approach, just doesn't work. I know this from experience, because I spent years following other people's strategies and they just didn't work the same on me.

When I understood the type of high-performer I was, how to support my unique brain, I unlocked my full potential.

There are 7 different types of high-performers that you need to know. If you want to watch me break them down in this video then, CLICK HERE.

  1. Visionary: This is the forward-thinker, who loves ground-breaking projects and ideas.

  2. Leader: This is the influential person who is naturally charismatic and inspirational.

  3. Achiever: This is the go-getter who perseveres through challenges and gets sh*** done.

  4. Perfectionist: This is the highly-organized individual who strives for excellence in everything they do.

  5. Connector: This is the master communicator who thrives on building relationships with others.

  6. Supporter: This is the reliable behind-the-scenes master who is great at supporting others.

  7. Analyst: This is the logical thinker who is detail-oriented and great at making fact-based decisions.

As you can see, each type of high-performer is unique! They all have unique strengths, weaknesses and ways that their brain needs support.

When you understand the type of high-performer you are and how your brain works, it changes everything.

You can then start to structure your day and take breaks in a way that will help you thrive. You can also support your unique brain with specific foods, sleep habits and exercises that can help you truly unlock your potential.

The best place for you to start is by taking this 10-question quiz to understand the type of high-performer you are HERE.

So there you have it! These are the 3 reasons as to why you are not a high-performer...yet! I think it's really important to highlight the yet piece.

I am a firm believer that everyone is a high-performer.

Everyone, including you, has untapped greatness and potential within themselves. The key to help you really unlock that potential is by learning how to support your unique brain as the high-performer that you are.


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