Feeling stuck?
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

Yep, really my name

If you’re here for the intuitive mix of done-for-you, make-you-cry copy or you want to learn all my secrets so you can DIY like a pro; sister, you’re in the right place. I’m a copywriter, editor, and copy consultant and coach for businesswomen ready to move away from the boring as bat poop churning out of content. Words that sound the same as everyone else’s. Bah humbug! I am terrible at writing my own blogs but smashing at writing for clients. I live in the Hills of Perth, WA, and work with women around the world through the technologically spiffy powers of t’internet. Yay for that!