By Kristen Howe
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Free Power Questions That Transform Your Life Even If
“Kristen! Thank you so much for granting the permission to do this! Isn’t it funny how we need other people to tell us it is OK? I have been doing a little bit of this this week. I felt like taking a few days off, but wouldn’t allow myself that so the compromise I made was to just do the minimum work necessary to meet immediate deadlines instead of going full-bore and working at my normal level. I was even feeling guilty about that, though. So! Again, thank you for the permission. I will take you up on your challenge for the entire month. Looking forward to more energy and terrific things happening now that I know it’s more than OK, it’s required that I recharge.” – Lisa
When you decide to stop doing other people’s stuff, you MUST decide what you will replace it with. In other words, to make sure you don’t find another tricky way to procrastinate, decide NOW what you will do when you free yourself from doing the stuff for other people that they don’t need you to do.
So, decide what of YOUR stuff you want to start giving focus to instead. And remember, break it down into small steps – that is the way to massive positive momentum!