More on the Power of writing a Baseline

Sometimes when my clients write a "Baseline" (i.e. a description of the status quo of your life in the area you have just set a goal in), they have an epiphany of how unbearable their current state is.

This generally happens because in the process of setting an inspiring goal, people seem to move their expectations and consciousness in the direction of the inspiring goal.

And when they confront the reality of their present circumstances, what before was tolerable and only ached below the radar, suddenly appears in the shadow of the goal as a grey and intolerable actuality.

So when Tony Robbins advises you to make your baseline as unappealing as possible so you are motivated to move away from it as quickly as possible - it's not such a big task if your goal is inspiring enough.

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