I used to be an all or nothing person and it became clear to me that there had to be another way.
I see this “all or nothing” syndrome all the time in my clients. It usually comes in two forms. The first are my clients who know exactly what they want and exhausted. They have no time or energy for what they really want. “All or nothing” is a good dream squelcher.
The good news is that there is a remedy. First and giving up too soon means we are stopping circumstances from working in our favor. This part takes belief that it can happen.
The second part of the solution is creating a plan that is realistic to our lifestyle and a time frame that is achievable to you, even if it takes a little longer.
When you feel doubt and why you need to keep going. Your why will help you get past the nagging question of “how” can I make this happen. It will also make you realize that it is an imperfect process that doesn’t have to occur in a measured time for you to be happy.
You can give 100% at your job and work on your dreams at the same time.