In A Rut? Make A Decision

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In my keynotes and workshops I’m often asked about  the process  I went through in order to be more productive and with a lot less stress. In a way it wasn’t really that hard. One day about five years ago I got sick and tired of trying to deal with my email.  I really needed to learn a better way to work! I really like what I do but the very process, along with the shear volume and complexity of what I had to deal with was simply overwhelming!

I made the decision to learn a better way to work. I faced the reality that what I was doing was stressing me out big time.  Once I got committed to the idea that I was going to learn a better way to work I found the resources I needed.

Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it.” Goethe

I’m not suggesting that life is always this simple. I know better. I had to take courses, learn new practices and have the discipline to implement what I learned. Was it always easy? No! but I knew I was on the right path. Making a decision to, in this case, learn a new way to work and be productive without being stressed out was and still is VERY important to me!

Perhaps its time to look at some of the areas you struggle with; productivity, stress, relating, communicating or taking better care of yourself. Is it time for you to make a decision to change? If  the answer is yes, then go for it!   You probably will need some support. That’s okay, you may need to make a decision to let others help you to make the changes you desperately need!

Can you identify life changing decisions you have already made? Perhaps you decided to get control of your heath, or become more self expressive by writing or painting. In either case, YOU made the decision. I invite you to think about the areas of your life in which you feel thwarted or stuck. See if there’s a decision you could make that will change your life for the better!

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