“Your best is yet to come.” You’ve certainly heard that before. Perhaps, like me, you’ve rolled your eyes at it when a well-meaning parent or friend said it.

How to Make Sure Your Best is Yet to Come

“There’s no way I’ll ever accomplish more than I have.”

“I’ll never build my business bigger than it was before the collapse.”

“This is the best job I’ll ever have.”

Have you ever said things like that to yourself?

You hold yourself back when you say things like that. Typically for one of three reasons.

Today, I’ll share those three reasons with you and how to avoid the trap of making the past the best of your life. Your best really is yet to come. Listen to today’s episode to found out how.

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Keep your fork…the best is yet to come.

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Have you believed the lies, believed the hype, or forgotten your original dream? How can you make sure your best is yet to come?

0 thoughts on “Episode 053: How to Make Sure Your Best is Yet to Come [PODCAST]

  1. Jon Stolpe says:

    I think I forgot part of my dreams between my mid twenties and my late thirties. I’m beginning to rekindle some of these dreams the past few years. How can I make sure my best is yet to come? Accountability is huge! I must surround myself with other dreamers to keep me on the right track.

    1. Matt McWilliams says:

      Good Jon! Keep kindling 🙂

      Accountability is a big part. I didn’t consider that really, but you are so right.

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