Here’s a free #teamcrispycrow tip we all use:
To Get Unstuck!
Act unlike yourself. Behave in a way completely outside of regular. Do everything backwards for a day. Leave for work an hour early… Drop in to visit someone, take a walk, buy someone a cupcake and deliver it to their door. Repeat nuttiness for a good week and see if that helps.
‘Stuck’ is just sometimes a symptom of habit. If you give your habit a bit of a shake about, you can usually jiggle loose your ‘stuck’ as well.
I am practicing this new habit-ruffle this week as I seem to be sliding through a plateau. My business has taken off at light speed and I have been bounding through tackling new challenges and writing like a literary demon to keep up. I still have fabulous and inspiring work in the pipeline, but my fingers are hovering over the keyboard trying to figure out where to start. I am not exactly stuck… more like – ‘at recess’.
But there’s no delicious ‘little lunch’ waiting for me so I am going to have to use my powers of ‘unstuck – edness!’
Here’s what else I’ve found to help:
“Nothing in life, including our circumstances or potential, is fixed. Reality is bendable to our will.” ~ Brendon Burchard, The Motivation Manifesto – Whoooaaa! Wrap your head around that! Find more here: Elephant Journal
“Scary and Intense Go Hand-in-Hand with Excitement” ~ Sara Arey, Huffington Post – Read this excellent article here: Huffington Post
Do you have tricks you use? Share them with us!
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Jay Crisp Crow
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