I have been working on the project of doubling my income by adding a new revenue source.
This article is my private process. I wrote it to get myself over the hump. To clarify some things. To get unstuck.
So some places it’s sketchy… it is my process and it has fulfilled its purpose: I have gained the clarity from doing it that will help me to get to the next hump… because that is how life works.
If life is smooth sailing, then you are not growing. Then you are not challenging yourself. Then you are most likely going down on a greased chute. Continue reading “My process to get myself unstuck on a project to double my income…”
I love the analogy of the winding mountain pass where an unsuspecting motorist happens on a car wreck in the middle of the two-lane road.
His options are to drive into the solid rock on the left, into the abyss on the right, into the wreck in the middle… or to slow down and drive around the wreck. Slowly.
My numbers show that 99.5% of them will not even consider slowing down and driving around the wreck. It doesn’t even occur to them as a possibility.
Because, obviously, testing people on winding mountain roads is not in my budget, I do the next best thing. People’s response to bad news.
This article is about the two main ways we deal with life. Where we put our efforts, where we put our attention… they both express our attitude quite precisely… and how can brain plasticity rescue you… from yourself.
When I click “send” the Starting Point Measurements, I admit, I don’t know what to expect.
I know what I have been getting, but the past is not a reliable predictor of the future. Continue reading “Get Your Brain Unstuck”
…Whether for myself, or for a client, whether in health, wealth, relationships, or spirituality…
The method has been asking a different question.
A different question unstucks your fixed view of the world, the fixed view that gives you what you are struggling with.
If you consider that everything you have now, is the result of what you know/what you see, then if you want to make any change, big or small, you have to turn your eyes away from what you know, and look around.
This is, by the way, why walking is so useful for high achievers: when you go outside your eyes naturally look at more than just what your mind is focusing on… and you have a chance to unstuck your view.
Continue reading “My own unstuck myself technique I use as many times as I am stuck, or see a client stuck”