How to stop feeling stuck

I truly want to succeed. But sometimes I am afraid, so I know I subconsciously create circumstances to keep myself stuck.

“Good morning,” I smile as I speak in my morning greeting into the Mentalist’s voicemail. “How are you today? It is September 1st and I am reviewing my goals and desires. I currently weigh 56kg meaning I have lost 6,5kg. I almost met my target of 55kg, meaning my desire to become a fit, healthy and good looking MILF is within my reach. I just need to persevere. I am jogging and doing yoga regularly but not yet daily. This goal ties back to the first. It is within my reach if I stop being lazy and get up at 5:30. I have put on my first nicotine patch today. I haven’t yet sold the house in Baal but that is just a matter of time. I will be living in my new house before Christmas. I am still studying digital psychology and pursuing different opportunities. I will keep going at it till I get there. Am also listening to Napoleon Hill’s e-book. Find it riveting. Always interested to hear what you are up to and any thoughts on my progress and set-backs.”

When I find myself facing obstacles that appear to be blocking me from my goals, I try my best not to get discouraged. It can be easy to feel “stuck” as if life is creating circumstances preventing me from getting what I want. And while it is easy to look at everyone and everything outside to blame for the problem, I have found that the best course of action to take is to sit with my feelings for a while, observe them, breathe deeply and then gain clarity in the situation. I try to look inside myself first, and take responsibility for my actions.




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