If you’ve been following my blog you’ll know that I’ve struggled a bit with motivation this year and have been slowly working to overcome this.
Today I came across what could possibly be the most powerful tool I’ve seen so far.
I’ve always known that just because you don’t want to do something, doesn’t mean you can’t do it and that progress often involves doing things you really don’t want to do.
The video below is an interview with Mel Robbins who used this rule to completely change her life from one where she could not break out of a demotivated rut that had been caused by some seriously big financial setbacks. In the video she explains why it is so hard to push ourselves into doing uncomfortable things and how you can get around it. I’ll definitely be trying this.
Donna Sherriff is a New Zealand based improvement and operations management specialist. Seeing a need for simple, no fuss, improvement advice she started The Lean Minimalist blog in 2017. Donna writes articles offering advice and tips for rapid and sustainable business improvement based on over 15 years in Senior Management roles.
Passionate about sharing the lessons of over 20 years on the high performance track Donna offers coaching services to professionals. She also writes about her own personal improvement journey, minimalism, and her life long struggle against the tyranny of cookies and sugar which she overcame in 2020. These days, Donna is pursuing a journey to earn her black belt in Taekwondo after a long hiatus of 16 years away from training. On the side she is an amateur but passionate musician and poet.
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