New to SCS & need help with overwhelm.

Hi Brooke,

I am new to SCS for December. I’m very excited because even before joining up and knowing the topic for 2018, I kept saying that 2018 was going to be my year. I have gotten into personal development a lot this year and I am getting past some issues in my head, but realise I have a lot more work to do.

My impossible goal for 2018 is to be supporting myself through online passive income sources by the end of 2018. To that end I know I will need to overcome a LOT of limiting beliefs and change a lot of things.

I got an email today from Ramit Sethi saying that his Zero to Launch workshop is open for the next 3 days. It’s a lot of money but I know I have to invest in myself to get where I want to be.

However at the start of this year, I decided creating money from blogging would be my thing, I bought an expensive course because I thought that way I would stick to it as I would value it more. I did for a while then I lost the passion and it’s stagnated. Next, I decided that selling on Amazon would be my way to make money online and I paid lots of money for a variety of different tools and then I lost my momentum when it turned out to be harder to source the products than I had expected. I’m still trying to move this idea forward but I have lost a little passion for it and am already thinking of the next thing.

In between all this, I have been reading self-help books, discovering your podcast and buying courses on other things that I think will help my life move forward. Then I decided that SCS would be the thing that helps me get where I want to be. I think I need to just stop and work on one thing at a time, but I also feel like if I want my impossible dream I have to do something big.

I am caught because I know I am a serial course buyer and I abandon projects BUT I also know that I need a course of action I can follow if I am going to make my dreams come true. And Ramit is obviously very good at what he does so I don’t know whether I should buy the Zero to Launch course. Will it just end up like every other thing I start and never finish???