There’s various writings about moving forward, being creative, not being stuck, not being afraid of trying new things, but sometimes it’s just too hard or frightening to contemplate doing anything other than what we’re doing right now, and that’s how we get stuck a rut!
Sometimes we just don’t know which way to go, or which path to take. There may be many paths in front of us, and this can feel confusing, particularly if we don’t know which one to take. We are often scared to take the wrong path, but not taking any path won’t get us where we want to be.
We know it’s the accomplishment of an aim or purpose, or a favourable outcome or result, and of course we know the opposite of success is ‘failure’, a flop or disaster, in other words a bad outcome.
Have you ever experienced those days when absolutely everything goes wrong; nothing goes right; when you sit down to do some work, your brain seems to freeze, and you can’t think straight?
Do you often feel like you’re in a race, or that the race is the wrong one for you, or you’ve started the race on the backfoot, or the race is never-ending and can’t find the finish line?
Debra Taylor - Success FactorThere is a well-known saying “Success does not lie in ‘results’ but in ‘efforts, ‘being’ the best is not so important, ‘doing’ the best is all that matters.”
Most people have goals. A lot even have them written down. However, few can remember them without re-reading them, and even fewer take actions every day to ensure they achieve them.
I was recently made aware of a children’s book called ‘We’re going on a bear hunt’ by Michael Rossen, and this made me think about how this relates to us in our adult lives.
Debra Taylor - Success FactorYou might have your own business, or you might work for an organisation. You might be retired or just starting out in your career. You might be embarking on a new venture in your life.