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Sunday, November 11, 2012

Professionally, I work with people who are stuck. I motivate them to get unstuck. They tell me they know everything they need to do, but they don't do it. I explore the reasons behind their inability to move forward. And sometimes, it feels as if I spend so much time moving them forward that I don't even think about moving myself forward or exploring the reasons why I know what I'm supposed to do yet don't do it.

So this week, I'm going to work on my own stuck-ness. I'm going to not only know what I should do, but actually do it. And I will be mindful of reasons I'm tempted to not do what I know I should. Easy to say on a Sunday morning, not so easy to do on a 16-hour work day, but anything is possible if the heart and mind are in the right place.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MJRVIC2000 11/11/2012 8:32AM

    We were created to do good works. Now it is up to us to so do. In His Love! Vic.

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LATTELEE 11/11/2012 8:18AM

  Good luck

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ESIGURBERGSSON 11/11/2012 8:12AM

  Sometimes I know in my profession, it is hard to focus on what is going on with me when my primary professional focus is fixing others that need it. It can be overwhelming I think sometimes for us. It is nice that we have a place like SP to get some TLC from those around us. Caregivers need care too!
I think you're making a great step towards your own "stuff", because you recognize that you have it....just like the rest of us should! :o)
And I'm with you on the long work days!!
Good luck!

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CLWALDRO 11/11/2012 8:00AM

    I wish you well in putting your plan into place this week. I hope that maybe you can work on this sometime during your 16 hr day even if it is just in 10 min portions.
Thank you for giving me the courage to try again

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