The Only Tried and True Formula for Success

There is so much incredible information out there and thought leaders and teachers who share with us their tried and true formula for success.

As a self-help junkie and soulful inquirer, I can get into this loop that there’s only one way to do something (and if someone’s already figured it out then I’d better just do what they did—down to the letter) OR I get frustrated when I don't “get it right” or it won’t work for me.

I’m guessing I’m not the only one who has ever felt this way. 

We are bombarded by formulas and recipes and get-fill-in-the-blank-quick fixes.

Whether it’s from Kris Carr, Marie Forleo, Michael Hyatt, Brene Brown, Deepak Chopra, or a million other incredible teachers, there's a lot to learn from what has worked well for these incredibly successful individuals. And it's wonderful that people share their lessons learned in an easy to understand structure or format. 

However, there’s also a common trap that can occur.

In today’s video, I share what this trap is and how we can avoid it based on an important timeless reminder.

If you’re anything like me and have found yourself thinking there’s only ONE way to do something or other people know better than you, I invite you to watch today’s video and be reminded of another formula for success. 

The next time you find yourself thinking that there's only one way to do something or thinking someone else knows better than you, pause and see if you can instead take the various ingredients and start to experiment with what works best for you and your unique tastes.

Experimentation is the only consistently tried and true formula for success. {Tweet that!}

Now, it’s your turn! Think of a time when you experimented recently and how did it go? Share your thoughts in the comments below so we can all be reminded of just how essential and successful experimentation truly is. 

If you happen to know someone who could benefit from hearing this essential timeless reminder and move beyond limitation or frustration, please share this with them.