There Doesn’t Always Need to be a Problem

Sometimes I get concerned that my work appears too problem-oriented. That it’s about fixing the problem, getting unstuck, changing a bad habit.

It isn’t.

It’s about bringing more ease, more fun, more of what you really want. It’s about being more you. Peeling away the protections you no longer need, embracing your superpowers, creating the habits that support what you want.

It’s that simple.

Which doesn’t mean it’s easy. If it was, you’d be doing it already.

We’re programed to notice the problems, what we don’t want, so that’s often the easiest place to start.

But, that’s not the point.

Those things are a problem because they don’t support you and what you really want. You know you don’t want them. You need clarity around what you do want.

That’s where someone or something else can help.

Reading, running, writing, knitting, talking, coaching.

Having someone in your corner.

It doesn’t matter how you get a different perspective, how you gain clarity, just that you do.

How do you get clarity about what you want?

Share your thoughts here, in the comments, or on the Perception Studios Facebook page.

Are you struggling to find clarity in a particular area of your life? Consider a Catalyst Session.

Photo: Hollywood from the 14th floor this past weekend. Travel is one way I love to shift my perspective and get clarity.



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