Three Stabs at Lifemaking

1. In certain moments, too much self-talk hinders doing what needs to be done. You need to discern those moments for yourself for no one else can do it for you. Also, organizing projects and then failing to start them gets you nowhere, unless that is where you want to be – Nowhere and with no “real” change.

2. Some moments are ripe for thinking or for watching a film, but some moments call you to become more than you currently are through action. How much effort do you put into what or how you do things or in what or how you think about things? It is easy to get caught up in the mundane, but it might not lead you where you want to go.

3. If you want fresh results, change what you do or change how you do it. How much effort is put into doing what is necessary? Sometimes wavering happens, but sometimes the wavering becomes an excuse for not doing what needs doing.

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