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When You're Feeling Stuck, Life Transition Is Happening

When You’re Feeling Stuck, Life Transition Is Happening

Feeling stuck? A life transition is happening right now.

If you're feeling stuck right now, you're in the right place. Learn why you're feeling stuck, how it signals a life transition for you, and what steps to take next to navigate your next chapter of life.

Why you're feeling stuck right now

You know the sensation all too well.

You're feeling stuck, stressed, and overwhelmed. As the minutes, hours, and days press onward, the constraints of time weigh more heavily on you.

You're caught between two (or more) options, needing to make a decision.

Why do you feel so pressured, so stuck in this relentless cycle?

You've hit a brick wall. It's tough. You've been challenged with the task to figure out a way to move forward, beyond this heckuva hurdle in life.

Life transition is happening.

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What do you mean, life transition is happening?

How does feeling stuck signal the beginning of a life transition for you?

When you feel stuck, it almost always means you're having a difficult time making a decision.

The choices and options you face are overwhelming. Tricky. Complex.

The decision-making process you're going through to break through the brick wall is the very beginning of your life transition.

You're in the process of making a decision that will determine the next chapter of your life.

Naturally, your brain is fighting to make the right decision for you. It's trying to determine the next steps you need to take.

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What steps to take next to navigate your next chapter of life

When you're feeling stuck, the next steps to take aren't always clear.

Save a few brain cells for your decision-making. I'll make the next steps simpler for you.

Here Are Your Next Steps:

  • 1 Grab a piece of paper or open an app to take notes in.
  • 2 Determine and write down the decision you need to make. This is usually a large-scope thought beginning with something like "Do I want to...or...".
  • 3 Write out what problem(s) you're facing. These are usually the pieces of the puzzle making your decision-making more complex.
  • 4 Brainstorm 2 ways you can minimize or solve each problem.

When you identify what decision you're trying to make and what problems are making it difficult to make that decision, you bring your life into focus.

The rest can be simple.

Lucky for you, I create step-by-step Guides to solve those problems that are making your decision-making tricky.

Blast your way through that tricky brick wall like dynamite. You can sign up for access to my free, step-by-step Guides right here.

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