Akosua Dardaine Edwards

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Akosua Dardaine Edwards - author, writer, coach, gender specialist, speaker

 

[What did I learn today? Lessons on the Journey to Unconditional Self Love] Stalling tactics

While you are stalling and flapping around with tiny details that aren't
quite right to you, to the rest of us they are fine. You are not only
robbing yourself of your own sanity and confidence, you are also robbing
the world of what you can create, do and be. Stop stalling. Do it or don't. Commitment is not the same as trying. Dawn Barclay

The main reason for stalling is fear Stalling is just what it is- waiting and waiting and waiting to act. A big ole waiting game

Stop stalling.

If you want to launch your website but you aren't 100% happy with the font
because it's not quite right, you're stalling or perhaps scared of what
others might think when you shove it out here, or both.

If you're waiting until your children are in school before you pick up the
pen and start creative writing again, you're stalling.

If you're always doing things for others because you can't get started on
your own stuff, you're stalling and probably avoiding.

If you want to change career from the one that sucks your soul to the one
that makes sense and fits your core values, but you've never even asked
yourself what your values are, you're stalling and not taking
accountability for your happiness.

If you're persistently looking about, seeing ideas that are successful for
others, and change yours to look exactly like theirs because you aren't
confident in your own uniqueness or it's not quite right, you're stalling
and also comparing your outer world to another's outer show.

If you constantly have repeating ideas you would like to start, and you are
forever putting them on the back-burning, you're stalling.

If you're always planning, analysing and never doing, you're stalling.

If you're always looking outside for confirmation that you're doing a good
job, you're stalling and need to work on your own self-worth.

If you're always talking about what you are going to do when … or one day
maybe, you either don't have strong goals or you're stalling.

If you're persistently watching on the sidelines with something really
valuable to say, but you never speak up, you're stalling.

If you arrive at a training course with the mindset you will never learn
anything, you're wasting your time and you're stalling.

If you read hundreds of blogs weekly and wish you could start one, you're
just wishing and stalling.

If you're constantly jumping on the next shiny new bandwagon for your
business because you think you are missing out, you're stalling.

If you're supposed to be marketing your business and you are watching cat
videos on YouTube, you're stalling.

If you're not happy in your significant relationship and you are scared to
have difficult conversations that ultimately will help you grow (regardless
of the outcome), you are stalling and probably building a bomb that will
explode one day.

If you're sitting on a project that has your heart and soul behind it and
will make a difference in lives of others and your worried about what those
two people will say you met 10 years ago when they see you talk about on
Facebook, you're stalling and are bothered too much about what others
think. (Hint: they don't actually care! You probably aren't that special to
them.)

If you're meant to be writing an essay, article, piece of work and you're
putting in another load to the washing machine, you're stalling.

If you're trying to cram one week of work into a day because you couldn't
be bothered the other 4 days, you've stalled.

Stop Stalling

Peace

-- Posted By Blogger to What did I learn today? Lessons on the Journey to
Unconditional Self Love on 6/23/2016 03:58:00 pm

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