First of all, sorry. Being stuck sucks.
I know. The day this idea of this website came to me, I was very much stuck. I knew I had so many things to be grateful for, but yet no matter how much I worked at it, in the end of the day: I felt stuck.
This blog isn’t meant to replace any professional guidance around depression or other medical mental health issues. This is a place for you if you’ve been feeling stuck (work, relationships, lack of energy and joy) and looking for some new ideas on how to get unstuck. I provide 100% NO satisfaction guarantee. All I guarantee is that is 100% coming from a place having been stuck myself and having wanted this resource.
Welcome. I virtually am holding out my hand to yours. Let's do this. Step by step. Let's try getting up that mountain one more time.
Unexpected surprises do happen
When you've been stuck to write on a page that is called Being Stuck Sucks and someone submits their contribution. A lovely, unexpected surprise. And way to set the standard: F*ck, being stuck sucks It sucks! It sucks! F*ck being stuck sucks! In a house In a boat, In a car, In a nicer house In a nicer boat In a nicer car F*ck! Does it suck! Unstucking! Not Mind f*cking Not, Rocket science Maybe, brain Surgery? But I'm not trapped, Its not even a rut I'm stuck It's me, it's myself, I'm sitting in my way So easy now...
The Difference Between Starters and Finishers
By Andrew J Kehl, MS, CFO, CM The day after perfect is what separates finishers from starters. What a hell of a line! Jon Acuff wrote that in his book, “Finish” and it has helped me immensely in leveling up. I can recall about a million things I have started...
Like they say on the airplane, you got to breath first before helping others. It's true that helping others rock, but when you're stuck it might not feel like an instant gratification like it can normally. But today my friend, think of a micro-helping-hand. Set aside FIVE minutes to do...