So you're not exactly where you want to be in life...
And that's OK.
I want you to realize that where you're at right now is exactly where you're supposed to be.
You see, whether you realize it or not, you've drawn your current circumstances into your life because they're exactly what is needed to help you grow and realize your full potential.
If it wasn't for the challenges and pain in our lives, most of us wouldn't have a good enough reason to change and become more aligned with our true selves.
In fact, it's my belief that the sole reason we have this human experience is to keep bumping up against things outside of us that seem separate from us to ultimately realize that we were bumping up against ourselves the whole time because there is no separation.
Through this awakening and expansion of consciousness, our capacity to create the life we want grows because we align ourselves to the truth and harmony of ourselves instead of constantly trying to will and force our way through life.
So what's my solution to getting unstuck if you feel like you're stuck in the same old ruts of life?
Take massive action towards the thing you want most.
Most of us are so afraid of making the wrong move that we make no move at all. And we get trapped in the fear of failure and unworthiness that gets covered up by the excuse of needing to be perfect in order to move towards perfection.
But even the wrong move is still better than no move at all because a step in the wrong direction at least eliminates one possibility and gets you one step closer to making the right move.
And let me tell you a little secret: nobody makes the right moves 100% of the time. Or even 50% for that matter.
Navigating successfully through life is all about course correction, not course perfection.
Make a move. Learn from that move. Correct course if needed. Make another move.
Whatever you do, just keep moving (even if your move is to choose to make no move).
How do you get unstuck?
The answer is in the question.
Take action. Make a move. Any move.
And I'll give you one last hint:
Usually the best move to make is the one you're most afraid of -- the one deep down you know will have the biggest impact, but the one you tell yourself you "can't" make for x-y-z excuses.
"If you can't, you must."
One more time for the people in back:
MAKE A MOVE. ANY MOVE.
P.S. You don't have to do this alone. There's always help if you're willing to ask for it and receive it. I've had to learn this the hard way by trying to do everything by myself and getting frustrated and overwhelmed when I felt like I kept putting myself in the situations over and over again. Once I finally broke down and asked for help I realized it was right there all along in so many different ways. When you're ready, I'm here to help you in anyway I can because I know what it's like to need help but not know where to turn. I don't claim to have all the answers, but I can at least show you what I know and teach you how to ask the right questions. Schedule a call with me and let's chat. I'd love to understand you better so I can be of service. What if asking for help was the first move you made that changed the course of the rest of your life?