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January 01, 2007


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Virginia Reeves

At times I've put that particular project aside and did something "fun". I returned with renewed energy to do what needed to be done. Fun can be just that or be another project that brings more pleasure than the current "pain" or block.

Try starting at the middle or the end and then work at the beginning. For many tasks, there's no rule that states you have to go in order as long as the end result is achieved and correct.

When writing an article, I'll use other people's "words of wisdom" to get me started and find it's easier to get my own ideas flowing.

Lyle Lachmuth - The Unsticking Coach

Robert, I love the leverage of "Bet the car".

I've developed simple but powerful questions to help unstick myself.

For example, when I get stuck I ask, "What small, easy step can I take that will move me in the direction of my Vision (Intention)."

I have a whole set of questions I use, depending on the circumstance.

Best, Lyle

Cynthia Morris

Ha! I love this. I started telling clients and potential clients that I'd charge them double if they didn't do what they said they would. Of course, I can't do that, but something about connecting their actions to their wallet really gave them traction.

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