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It's Okay (and Completely Normal) for Your Goals to Change | PD Podcast Ep.79

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First, thank you for allowing us to open up and talk on mental health. We truly appreciate all the love, comments, and feedback on episode 77. We are glad to have this space to be open, vulnerable, and honest with our listeners.

Today, we are discussing goals and that it is OK for your goals to change over time. Over the last three-plus years, Sue and Alex's goals have shifted—which is completely normal. From solely focusing on coaching competitors, to now focusing more on lifestyle clients, Alex and Sue have goals to continue changing lives and growing PD. 

Listen in as Sue and Alex have another free-flowing conversation on their personal goals and why they have changed over time.

As always, it is our goal not only to supply you, the listener, with valuable insights on the topics or questions but also to plant some seeds for further research and thought. Without further ado, let's get into today's episode.

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