The Secrets To Moving On
We all have been at a place where we feel paralyzed. We can’t move. We hyperventilate and feel
like we are going to faint. Losing confidence is part of life and if you have not you might be a liar or were weaned on some magic medication. There seems to be a wall so high and big that you can never scale it.
- Going on a date for the first time after you got dumped
- Agreeing to share your story
- Going out to interview for a job that is now a necessity.
- Going to court to change your name
- Going to a school function where you know your ex will be
You might be speaking to your therapist who is helping you rethink your new situation and helping you see yourself as a new person. You might have read 27 books on remaking, re-inventing and moving on. That is a waste of time if you can’t manage the secret to Moving On.
There is a secret to taking those first steps into a new life. It is huge. This secret was researched by Gallup and tested in the market for validity. Universities have studied it and tested it in major labs. Einstein was a great proponent of it. Donald Trump and Bill Gates speak about it. If you have not attempted it you are weak kneed and need to interview for the next season of Naked and Afraid.
I know I am annoying you. I know I am frustrating you. I am sure you want to grab me by the throat and apply significant pressure to make me tell you. I am three minutes from being water boarded and giving up the secret….so here it is.
Are you ready? How desperate are you to know what it is? How much will you pay for the formula that will change your life and make you move into taking control? Ok here we go. On your marks. Get set.
Take one step. Move your foot forward. Take your first step. Walk into the room. Make that call. Fulfill the Nike tag line. JUST DO IT!!!!
Once you do, the next step will follow. Take two steps and move faster. Start to jog, then quicker and then run. It all comes down to that first step and just doing it.
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