What is Your Mount Everest? (How to Reach Your Monumental Goal)
Updated: Oct 10, 2020
There's something BIG that you've been wanting to achieve.
Something that makes you feel butterflies in your stomach, makes you smile out loud when you think about it, and makes you feel empowered in your gift and purpose.
So how do you climb Mount Everest successfully without totally passing out or giving up? That's a big mountain! It's one of the toughest mountains to climb. You have to be in shape and have so much fortitude to keep going NO MATTER WHAT.
This is something you prepare for!!!
You don't just wake up one morning and say today I'm going to climb Mount Everest. You've got to prepare for this.
According to the experts, it would take at least a year of special training to climb it.
Just like you would do some climbing conditioning (pack-loaded uphill hiking, walking, stair climbing, strength training, flexibility training, and cardiovascular training) waaayyyy before you plan to climb Mount Everest, you also have to condition yourself for your big goal too.
To become a high 6-figure Mediapreneur, I'm seeking better ways of reaching and building an audience, serving that audience and getting a good book in their hands that will be remembered. To build a platform that gives value and impacts thousands of lives and helps a lot of people is a significant achievement in my opinion.
Let's have some fun with this.
Write down your Mount Everest on a sheet of paper or in your journal and follow me with your own list of goal conditioning...
High 6-Figure Mediapreneur = My Mount Everest
Writing blog posts weekly = walking
Making videos monthly = walking
Writing books = pack-loaded uphill hiking
Publishing books = strength training
Practicing by writing daily = strength training
Practicing yoga, prayer and meditation = strength training
Manifestation techniques = strength training
Getting a life coach - strength training
Developing + selling online courses = flexibility training
Speaking engagements and coaching = flexibility training
Being consistent at all of this (having a plan and doing the work) = cardiovascular training
Your list should include all the actions you'd need to take to achieve your monumental goal. Let it serve as sort of a blueprint for your conditioning. Focus on and follow your blueprint, and watch your life change.
Hopefully that was fun for you!
I'm going to end this week's post here. Before I go, what is your Mount Everest? How are you conditioning yourself mentally, spiritually, and physically to achieve it? Feel free to share it below.
Until next time,
Wanauma Graham is a creative and lifestyle entrepreneur, author of "Totally Unstoppable", and creator of BossFreeMedia.com. She's dedicated to helping women work through fear and do something they’ve always wanted to do.