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Stuck in a Rut? Are You Ready For Change?

This is an interesting quote, it could mean one of two things. Either you are maintaining the status quo, you are not implementing change, you are indeed letting it be. This could be because what you are doing or saying, or how you are being is working for you and those around you. Or, you are ignoring the negative things you are thinking, doing, or experiencing. Either way, the phrase ‘let it be so’ implies a lack of reflection and a lack of movement. It is a passive mindset, on the one hand in a place of comfort and on the other one of discomfort.

Movement and growth is important though, whatever the situation because a lack of growth will in the end, result in discomfort and poor wellbeing. In essence if you stay long enough in your comfort zone, it will will begin to feel as though you are trapped there.

Moving from a Place of Comfort 

If you are in a place of comfort, it is important to regularly connect back to your purpose, to what’s important to you because if you lose sight and feeling around that, you will no longer feel comfortable, you will be stuck. To get yourself moving, celebrate the achievements that got you to this place. Now create some goals for the next stage of life, work/career, family and/or community – whatever it is that connects with your purpose. Importantly, notice when you have reached these goals, celebrate and make new ones for the next 3 to 5 years. Repeat.

Moving from a Negative Place 

If you are experiencing negative thoughts and emotions as a result of the situation you find yourself in, it is probably time to make some changes to your mindset. I read this quote by Eckhart Tolle in this Inc article yesterday 2 Remarkably Powerful Mindsets to Move You Through Difficulty (link below article). It resonated with me, so I share it here.

“Wherever you are, be there totally. If you find your here-and-now intolerable and it makes you unhappy, you have three options: remove yourself from the situation, change it, or accept it totally. If you want to take responsibility for your life, you must choose one of those three options, and you must choose now. Then accept the consequences.”

If you choose to make some changes, the same process applies as for moving from a place of comfort. It might however be more of a challenge:

  • Connect with your purpose or your why – what is important to you in life and work?
  • Think about your current reality and then imagine how you would really like it to be in the future (try 3 or 5 years ahead) for you personally, in your career, at home and in the community. Imagine your perfect world. Draw it, map it, brainstorm it, use Pinterest, whatever works for you
  • Set some goals for the next 3 to 5 years that match your future vision
  • Make an action plan. Include in this plan to build the network you will need and who you can help in this future.
  • Tell people your goals and get some support and help
  • Begin with one small step, then the next and the next. But begin…


If you would like some help give me a call on 0421 775 924 or email and we can make a time for a 30 minute discovery session, no cost, no obligation, to set you on your way and to see if ongoing coaching would be helpful for you.

2 Remarkably Powerful Mindsets to Move You Through Difficulty 


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