Success isn’t a one-size-fits-all concept. But many of us make the mistake of believing it is. We may compare our lives to others. We may worry we don’t measure up.
We may strive for material things at the expense of what’s truly meaningful. We may be unsure of what success looks like in our lives.
Natasha Lindor, a coach who helps professionals have a successful career while working less and living more, defines success as “feelings of joy, happiness, gratitude, peace and soul-satisfaction that you experience throughout the process of reaching the goals you’ve set for yourself.”
She helps clients get clear on what’s important for them, why it’s important and how they want to incorporate those values into their lives.
Below, Lindor, founder of The AND Factor, shared three obstacles that sabotage success and how you can overcome them.