Spring Clean Your Mind and Get Motivated

Are you feeling de-motivated or bogged down by things?  Are there lots of things you keep thinking about doing but dont get round to them?  When we keep putting things off, they don’t tend to go away, far from it they are still there in our minds and become clutter that stops us from getting on.  It also gives us something to beat ourselves up about!

Grab a pen and paper – you can make a difference to how you feel in just 10 minutes…go on have a go!

1. Make a list of what you’re putting up with at work and at home.

These might be incomplete tasks, frustrations, other people’s or your own behaviour, unresolved issues or guilt, lack of exercise, eating habits, being indecisive, lack of sleep. You may be surprised at how long this list gets and how the simple act of writing them down will raise your awareness and you’ll naturally start handling, fixing and resolving them.

2. Make some choices

Once you have captured your clutter you can start to decide what you want to do about it. Which will make the most difference to you if you get them sorted? Which things can you actually let go and not worry about? What you are left with will be your priorities.

3.  Take action

Once you have the list of things you really want to do something about, jot down what you will do and who or what you need to help you sort fix or handle these things.

4. Keep it visible

It may be useful to put the list somewhere visible so that you can add to it and tick off things that you have done.

5. Reward yourself

How will you reward yourself? Whatever you decide make sure you do it!

I hope this helps to get you moving, if you think coaching could help you further call me for an initial chat on 07923 289 127, thanks Ruth Cass

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