I’ve noticed that most of us let ourselves be driven by our resistance to something difficult, scary, unknown. We take on a hard task — creating something, for example — and then we feel some kind of resistance.
Category: Purpose-Filled Work & Life
It sometimes amazes me how we make everything harder for ourselves than it needs to be.
I’ve worked with lots of incredible people who want to create something — whether it’s art, a book, a business, or some impact on the world.
So many of us spend a ton of time and energy stuck in indecision — the stress and delays that come with this are quite incredible.
I’ve seen a lot of people with goals about changing how they spend their time, things like: These are wonderful goals!
Something I’ve noticed that derails a lot of people’s goals or attempts to form habits is the feeling that it’s pointless to even try.
I’ve been diving deep into working with full commitment lately, in my personal transformative work and working with my clients. It’s fascinating work.
At the start of the pandemic, in the midst of chaos and uncertainty, I launched Fearless Mastery, my small group coaching and mastermind program.
Our focus during the day is almost always muddled. We switch between everything, and at any given 5-minute period, most of us would often be hard-pressed to say what we’re focusing on.
I’ve been noticing lately how much of our lives is spent wanting to do something, wishing we could do something … but struggling to move into action. What’s the struggle to make this transition all about?