Get Your Shine On With The Sher­iff

Bling'd Up Trucks - - News - The Sher­iff ~ Tracey Rehe Mav­er­ick Mind­set Coach & In­ter­state Trucker

5 Sim­ple Steps To Get Un­stuck and Out Of A Rut - Even If You Don’t Know Where To Start.

Have you ever bogged a truck or car and had to fig­ure out a way to get it out of the mud? I bet you didn’t de­cide to just leave it there and walk away. What about your life? Do you find your­self stuck and un­able to move for­ward, even though you know you re­ally want to?

It is not un­com­mon. In fact, it is quite nor­mal to reach a point and find that you can’t seem to get your­self mov­ing in the di­rec­tion you want to head. If you feel stuck you will be able to take these 5 sim­ple steps and use them to pull your­self out of your rut. There is one caveat. You must be will­ing to take ac­tion.

Be­fore you con­tinue read­ing, grab a pen and pa­per so you can an­swer the ques­tions and gain clar­ity be­cause you will want to walk away with an inspired ac­tion plan on how to get un­stuck. Don’t al­low this to be another thing that you don’t take ac­tion on adding to your could’ve or should’ve list that you’ve been ac­cu­mu­lat­ing through­out your life.

Step 1. RE­VIEW. Take a re­ally good, hon­est look at your life. How have you lived your life over the past 12 months and be­yond? Do you wake up feel­ing inspired, happy and con­fi­dent, or do you no­tice that you’ve lost your spark? Where do you see your­self stuck?

What is it cost­ing you to re­main this way? I don’t nec­es­sar­ily mean a fi­nan­cial cost, although it could be cost­ing you fi­nan­cially, but what is it cost­ing you on an emo­tional level? Are you los­ing out on hav­ing peace of mind? Are you sac­ri­fic­ing a greater level of hap­pi­ness, con­tent­ment, ful­fil­ment, suc­cess or sense of achieve­ment? Is it cost­ing you the op­por­tu­nity to have ful­fill­ing re­la­tion­ships? What could be the long-term con­se­quences on you and those who are clos­est to you if you de­cide to stay bogged down and not move on? Write down your an­swers in de­tail.

Step 2. VI­SU­ALISE. Now cre­ate a vi­sion or a strong pic­ture in your mind of how you want your life to be. This is a par­tic­u­larly pow­er­ful ex­er­cise for your sub­con­scious mind when you en­gage your feel­ings. Don’t hold back. Give your­self time to day­dream. Step into your imag­i­na­tion. This is the time to dream a big­ger dream for your­self and your life. Go into the specifics of how your ideal life looks. How do you go about your day? What are you do­ing? How do you feel? Place your­self in the pic­ture and imag­ine it as if it is hap­pen­ing now, not some­where off into the fu­ture. Step through your day, from the mo­ment you wake un­til the mo­ment you are ready to fall asleep. Now look back on your great day and no­tice how you feel. No­tice the dif­fer­ence.

Step 3. PLAN. Com­par­ing how your life could be if you re­main stuck and how it could be if you were to make the de­ci­sion to im­prove it, take note of what would need to change. Write it down in as much de­tail as you can think of. Plan what you are will­ing to do.

Step 4. FO­CUS. Keep­ing in mind that we are crea­tures of poor habits and dis­em­pow­ered think­ing when we drift along with­out fo­cus, look at the habits that have been keep­ing you bogged down and in a rut and de­vise a fo­cused plan of ac­tion that will move you for­ward in the di­rec­tion that you want to head. Again, go into de­tail, start­ing with the be­gin­ning of a new day. What new habits could you form that will align with your im­proved ver­sion of your­self? How do you need to think dif­fer­ently? How will you con­tinue to feel inspired and mo­ti­vated? Get into the specifics. Re­main fo­cused and keep vi­su­al­is­ing your de­sired out­come.

Step 5. DE­CIDE. Make the de­ci­sion to im­ple­ment your plan and re­move the bogged down op­tion. Take con­sis­tent ac­tion! Get an ac­count­abil­ity part­ner and sup­port each other as you make changes. Sup­port goes a long way. Hold your­self ac­count­able. If you fall down, get up! Don’t un­der­es­ti­mate your­self.

Tony Rob­bins said, “Most peo­ple don’t have the guts to make the tough de­ci­sions be­cause they want to make the right de­ci­sion, so they make no de­ci­sion. And that’s a de­ci­sion”.

Have the guts to make de­ci­sions that will give you the im­pres­sion of in­crease in your life. The rip­ple ef­fect of those choices can be pro­found and far reach­ing be­cause ev­ery time you de­cide to im­prove your cir­cum­stances and in­crease your hap­pi­ness, your qual­ity of life, the level at which you are will­ing to step up and your sense of well be­ing, you in­spire oth­ers to do the same.

Even though these 5 steps are sim­ple, it doesn’t nec­es­sar­ily mean they are easy. If you would like a free gift to help you along the way, visit www.thesh­er­iff.com.au/5 and down­load your FREE “Live Your Leg­end” Au­dio and Ac­tion sheet by Tracey Rehe, so you can turbo charge your life to­day.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.