Should I Stay Or Go? Thrive! TV Tips

Should I Stay Or Go? Thrive! TV Tips

Procrastination can be a wonderful thing to keep us safe but it can also keep us stuck! Should I stay or go? If you are wondering if you should leave your job and start your business, or maybe you feel as if it is a step too far and it scares you, but the job isn’t doing it for you either… then try this, I call it my Sliding Doors visualization. Say you have 2 choices… stay in my job, or leave and set up my business. Choice 1 and choice 2. What I want you to do is to spend time imaging what your life would be like in 5 years if you took choice 1, or if you chose choice 2. Really visualize choice 1 – imagine how it would be to live your life, remaining in your job now. What you would do every day, how much you would earn, who you would meet, what would you love and where would you be challenged? Then visualize, if you can, 5 years into the future with the 2nd option… starting up your job. Imagine what it’s like to set up your business in 5 years time. Who will you be dealing with, who are your customers and what will your life be like? What will make you happy; what will stress you? When you have taken time to visualize your future outcomes you can start to understand the impact of the two decisions. That will give you give you clarity about what your futures may be. [new_line] Would you like a weekly burst of momentum delivered straight...
My Procrastination Is Killing My Progress

My Procrastination Is Killing My Progress

We know what we should do to grow our business, or improve our lives but we don’t do it. We hesitate, distract ourselves from making the decision, procrastinate about what exactly the right course of action is and all the time, the clock is ticking and we have got nowhere. I suffer from this. Well, let me rephrase that – I go through periods when I suffer from this badly and at other times, it simply vanishes! Having just come out of an extended period of procrastination (admittedly a big distraction was a house move) I took some time to reflect on why this happened to me and how I got myself out of it. I blame it all on the top four inches of my body. Yes, the brain. Our minds are so powerful, and they are masters at stopping us from making changes and getting what we really want. They can conjure up all kinds of excuses to stop is taking action and moving closer towards what we want. We can invent all sorts of excuses – the lamest being “I don’t feel like it” – to ‘they’ll be too busy to take my call’ to ‘I’m too busy”. These excuses are all valid but when we listen to them and let them dictate our actions they become problematic. My own excuses have ranged from the seemingly reasonable – I’m too busy, the packers are coming today, I haven’t planned enough to make the call and so on. And then I realised, upon reflection and a lot of journal writing, there were some much deeper ones holding...
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