The feeling of limbo is a destructive phenomenon – an unsettling feeling – like being in bumper-to-bumper traffic. You’d probably rather just stay home and not even face the lingering and weary sound of breaks and horns. Life can be a lot like this analogy of traffic. The destination is set, and all that’s in the way is thousands of other cars (obstacles); but in reality, the only obstacle that’s in the way is You. The 4 o’clock traffic is inevitable, but it’s your decision to wait, or to start the journey.
So, what do we do when we get Stuck?
We often get sidetracked on what we’re trying to accomplish with our lives, and forget why we even started the journey we’re on. Uncertainty can cause a bad attitude about a situation; it can activate our fears, and our self-doubts. Uncertainty can have a devastating effect on us. We have very little control over the exterior events that life may bring, but we do have control over our ability to make a decision(s) on how to respond.
Focus on Your Aspirations
What is it that you want? Do you want to move away, and create a new life? Is it time to get out of an abusive relationship? Are you ready for a new Job? The only person who can answer these questions is you! Focus on your Aspirations and make sure they align.
Determine Your Fears
Did you know that about 95% of the time, our fears prevent us from reaching our potential?
Listen to your intuition
Listen to the little voice in your head, when it’s telling you to do, or not to do something. Our intuition is more powerful than most of us think.
Limbo and uncertainty are a part of life. Despite life’s harmonies, life also includes chaos and confusion. When you’re faced with one of life’s lessons, always have a good attitude. Smile at the world, and it will smile back.
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Article by Paul Newcombe