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Get unstuck and grow your comfort zone

If you’re feeling stuck, things might feel overwhelming or even hopeless. Your to-do list may feel like an ever-growing one with nothing getting ticked off. You may even be behind at work or secretly worrying about how you are going to get it all done. 


If any of this is familiar, you’re not alone, and more importantly, you can get unstuck. 


What’s the secret to getting unstuck? Momentum. Step by step. 


What is momentum? 

  • Indecision
  • Grief
  • Dissatisfaction 
  • Disempowerment


Second, once you know the cause, you will know what it will take to embrace momentum and propel your life forward toward success.


1. The irony of indecision

If you find yourself facing a big decision or a situation in which you don’t have an answer, it can lead to indecision. Indecision can cause you to do nothing. Often when you’re paralyzed by indecision, it is most likely caused by a fear of acting before things are...

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Grief visits all of us: Nobody has to die

grief loss self-soothe Apr 12, 2021

When you experience any type of loss, the normal response is a period of mourning, also known as “grief.” Grief isn’t specific to human death, on the contrary it often establishes after a significant loss, for example a redundancy, divorce or breakup, a recently diagnosed illness, or financial troubles.


Grief usually comes in five stages: Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. The only way to process grief is to go through the stages of grief. By acknowledging your grief and allowing yourself the opportunity to grieve, you’re more able to address your grief as it arises and return to your normal everyday life much sooner.


At the same time, not acknowledging or addressing your grief has the potential to set you back emotionally and mentally in both the short and long-term. Here are some ways that you may be blocking your ability to process your grief.



No matter what type of loss you’ve experienced, there are...

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