When ‘Good Enough’ Isn’t Enough

When ‘Good Enough’ Isn’t Enough

I have a confession.

I want deep fulfillment in life.

I want passionate love, close relationships, meaningful work, and a sense that I’m contributing to make the world a better place.

But a few years ago, I realized I was just going through the motions – not really behaving as if I had a commitment to achieving deep fulfillment.

I think I didn’t truly believe I could have it. Instead, I just did The Next Thing I Thought I Was Supposed To Do… one after another … hoping it would all get me somewhere.

Do you know what I mean?

Have you ever felt like settling for some vague sense of “good enough” was holding you back from getting what you really want?

It’s a powerful realization, and I hope everyone reaches it at some point in life.

It can be a crucial step toward long-term satisfaction – with your health, your body, your work, your relationships… anything.

So, right now, before the year gets away from you, take a few minutes to yourself.

Think or meditate. Or maybe write in your journal.

Where do you want deep fulfillment? What will it take to get there? And are you doing what’s necessary?

If you’re open to sharing, I’d love to know what you come up with.

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Erinne Guthrie is a USA Triathlon Level II Certified Coach since 1999 and Chief Motivating Officer at Full Circle Coaching, LLC since 2010. Creator of the 16 week Triathlon Transformation. She has been training, racing and coaching triathletes since 1997.  She is also a CHEK Holistic Lifestyle Coach Level 3, USMS Master’s Swim Coach, Motivational Speaker, Metabolic Efficiency Specialist, Mom, Mermaid and much much more.

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