Sherry Fernandez is a life coach, public speaker, and author of the USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling book Life Mastery: Personal Progression Toward an Infinite Potential.
In this episode, Sherry talks about the importance of tracking your daily habits, following specific action steps to reach your goals, and developing routines needed for success in every area of life, from finances and relationships to health and spiritual peace.
Tracking Daily Habits to Reach Your Goal with Sherry Fernandez
For over a decade, Sherry Stirling Fernandez has been mentoring clients in the principles of Life Mastery.
In her book, she tells her rags to riches story and explains the principles and tools she used for her own success. Sherry has taught these same principles to hundreds of people who have also found success and the happiness that follows using the Life Mastery program.
Following the success of her book Life Mastery: Personal Progression Toward an Infinite Potential, she continues to mentor those who have a desire to master their own lives.
How do you manage your happiness?
QUOTE (17:34): “I’ve gotta be improving every day. And I know sometimes I think, oh, I’m tired, but then, you know, ain’t dead, can’t quit. So I know that I have to move forward. I have to be better at working on myself all the time to feel good about life. I don’t wanna be stuck.”
How can I avoid losing my focus and get distracted by too many ideas?
QUOTE (22:01): “I teach these people that have got a lot of ideas to keep a notebook and write their ideas down. You may not use ’em or you might, but it clears your brain. I got this good idea, but I don’t wanna let go of it. I think it’s a really good skill because these people, and I’m the same person, except for that, I’m farther down the road in life. When I was younger, it was like this, I had this idea and this idea and this idea, and it still can be that way. But when you write down in a book, then you clear up your mind. So you’re not thinking, but I don’t wanna let go of this idea. It’s not gone. You still got it. You can get back to it right now. I gotta focus on this.”
This podcast is produced by Managing Happiness.