Closing the Gap: Where You Are vs. Where You Want to Be


In this episode of The Moving Mastery Podcast, Louis Massaro shares how to close the gap from where you are to where you want to be.

You’ll learn:

  • How to recognize where you stand currently 
  • Why you must push through your comfort zone to get to where you want to be
  • What you can do to create more opportunities to thrive in your life

As a moving company owner it’s important to push the boundaries of your comfort zone if you want to reach the next level. We’ve always got to be ready to learn new ways of thinking and challenge ourselves to keep moving forward when things become uncertain.

We don’t want to pull back and allow people or the wrong mindset to keep us from getting to where we want to go. Remember, everything you desire is on the other side of your comfort zone.

But if we box ourselves in and don’t allow ourselves to feel uncomfortable once in a while we won’t try new things or push ourselves to develop the capabilities we need to grow, not just in our business, but in our lives.

Learn how to recognize and accept where you stand currently, and open up your mind and your heart to bigger possibilities and opportunities to thrive. Listen to Closing the Gap: Where You Are vs. Where You Want to Be now!

Go watch all the previous episodes as well!



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