Why We Don’t Take Action
When you live in the land of ‘I don’t know’ or ‘maybe,’ it requires nothing from you.
There’s no risk. No putting yourself out there.
The reason we spin in indecision and don’t take action is because of a feeling, always.
It feels a little bit better wallowing in self-pity or procrastinating than making a decision and taking action.
This may sound like, ‘I’ll get to it later,’ ‘now’s not a good time,’ or ‘it will never work.’
Sometimes our brains will turn dramatic and think, ‘I may end up homeless on the streets,’ or ‘what if no one loves me again?’
When you believe those thoughts, you feel overwhelmed, anxious, scared, and don’t take action.
Don’t believe everything your brain tells you.
If you want to get unstuck, you’ll need to make a decision, and follow through.
Decide what you’re going to do, when you’re going to do it and expect that resistance from your brain.
You have to take action to move forward. You’ll either win or you’ll learn, but at least you’re making progress.
You’re becoming the hero of your story, not the victim.
Everything you want most is on the other side of a feeling you don’t want to feel.
Don’t limit your possibilities. Don’t limit your greatness.
I help women gain authority over their emotions, make decisions, and take action toward their dreams.