How do you measure success in the pursuit of 90-day commitments? Is it more important to follow through on what you set out to do—even if doesn’t feel right? Or allow yourself the flexibility to pivot to a goal that feels good? What can you learn from the habits that don’t stick?

Today on the podcast, we’re checking in to share the outcomes around our 90-day commitments. If you missed 90-day commitments part 1, you can catch-up here.  We discuss what we learned about the difference between writing for creativity versus output, explaining how our true intentions (to write without a deliverable in mind) revealed themselves through the process. We also explore the idea of chasing your core desired feelings and allowing goals to evolve to meet your needs.

We go on to describe how our 90-day commitments around daily meditation shifted, offering a more expansive view of what meditation looks like and inspiring us to live in consciousness. Listen in for insight on learning from what you choose NOT to do and learn why it’s more important to be flexible within the framework than to force yourself to pursue goals that aren’t working.

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Themes explored in this week’s episode:

  • What we learned about the difference between writing for creativity vs. output
  • How our 90-day commitments around meditation evolved to look different from what we had expected
  • Editing goals when they don’t deliver on your core desired feelings
  • The value in being flexible and allowing what’s not working to reveal your true intention
  • How Katie’s writing practice inspired the idea for a new book
  • Tegan’s success in turning reading into a habit
  • How our Facebook group fared in achieving their 90-day commitments + how setting expectations might have fostered more engagement
  • Learning from what you choose NOT to do
  • Honoring your commitments to yourself

 

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