Do you not know what to do … or are you reluctant to do what you know you should do?
Much of the time, for me, it’s the latter.
I’ve been working with The Roadturn Principles (Dream Into It: The Roadmap to Freedom) for about four years now.
I have rewritten and refined my own Dream and the signposts I expect to see along the way numerous times.
Accordingly, the steps I have identified as filling the gaps have changed considerably.
Some of those desired actions, though, have remained the same since day one. Those are the biggies — the rocks that need to be addressed first.
Oh, I’ve been chipping away at them, here and there, but I’ve made few concerted efforts to really do business with those rocks.
What are the rocks in your life? Are you ignoring them? Do you have them on the “someday list”? Or are you putting them first and working on them every day?
A way to get started on necessary change
I’m going to go back through my Roadmap this weekend and make a list of my rocks. I want them front and center, staring at me daily.
I still may put them off … but at least they won’t be buried in the sand.
The Roadturn Principles rewrite is still in development. Finishing it is one of my rocks — something I see as crucial, but can’t seem to set aside enough time for.
Don’t let your inner critic beat you to the ground when you see things that need to change. Be thankful for the insight, then step forward to do something aimed at getting out of the rut. To get to the mountain, just keep walking in that direction.
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