Indecisiveness…it’s a tricky one. It’s not procrastination, its not laziness or stubborness. It is simply an inability to make a decision and it can happen for a number of reasons.
When I work with clients to get clarity and make a plan to achieve new things we always go through the well tried and tested SWOT test. It may be old fashioned but it works and I use it all the time. We look at our strengths, weaknesses, opportunities for change and threats and while we are always pretty good at looking at our weaknesses and can usually spot an opportunity that will help us, the strengths and threats bit of the formula often causes us problems and keeps us stuck.
The title of today’s blog post is actually the title of the book I am writing that tells the story of the Write Your Life personal development…… Read more “Write Here…Write Now!”
WELL DONE! You have made it to Day Seven of our first ever seven day writing challenge and I am thrilled to have had you on board!…… Read more “Seven Day Writing Challenge-Day 7”
Hello! welcome to Day 6 of our Write Your Life Seven Day Writing Challenge. We only have one more day to go so it’s time to spend…… Read more “Seven Day Writing Challenge-Day 6”
By now you should be getting used to writing every day and really starting to feel the benefits that daily journaling can bring to your life. You should be feeling clear, confident, focused and ready for anything!
A MASSIVE welcome to Day 3! You are pretty much half way through our Seven Day Writing Challenge now and you deserve a BIG WELL DONE for getting this far and sticking with it!
How many of you will actually write and send Christmas cards this year? I completely get the very valid environmental reasons for NOT doing this BUT…I still…… Read more “Write Your Life Challenge….’tis the season to get writing!”
Something astonishing happens when we pick up a pen and starting writing down our ideas and dreams on paper. This simple act has the power to kickstart a dramatic transformation in our mindset, our attitude to life, and in our whole being.
Editing is the only way to clear the clutter and get a good view of what’s ahead. Ask yourself these key questions to see what you can easily start to identify and change.