Have you ever noticed how some people just seem to succeed at everything they do? They enjoy success in different areas of life… including financially.
Then, others seem to struggle over and over, making little progress toward their goal. Noah St. John refers to this as “success anorexia,” people starving themselves from success — because they don’t know better!
In fact, my guest on this episode of the Thriveology podcast is Noah. The author of a number of books, Noah is also a frequent speaker, coach, and consultant with those who have tried all the other success strategies, but without success.
In his research, Noah looked at what he calls the success “naturals,” to see what they might be doing… and not even noticing they are doing.
This led to his Power Habits. According to Noah, “We don’t rise to the level of our goals, but fall to the level of our systems.” And that is the level Noah addresses — how to up-level your systems… and get rid of the “Head Trash,” the self-defeating patterns of thought about why you can’t do ______ (fill in the blank). As Noah points out, whatever self-talk we have, we make sure we are right.
Listen to our discussion below.