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A Sample Chapter of Thriving Work: Resistance

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A few of Resistance’s favorite outfits:

  1. Overwhelm
  2. Perfectionism
  3. Self-doubt
  4. Extreme busyness
  5. ‘Better’ ideas
  6. Money problems
  7. Relationship drama
  8. Delaying
  9. Forgetting
  10. Taking care of everyone else
  11. Confusion
  12. Habitual mind-changing
  13.  The ‘spiritual bypass’

You’ll know you’ve invited Resistance in for a visit when you hear yourself saying things like:

  • “I do want to get to my work. I just can’t right now because my son’s sick.”
  • “I do want to get to my work. I’m just not ready yet.”
  •  “I do want to call potential clients. I just can’t right now because I’m too busy at my job.”
  •  “I do want to hire an assistant to help me grow my business. I just can’t right now because it will cost too much.”
  •  “I do want to hire a business coach to help me grow my business. I just can’t right now because I have to pay off debt.”
  • “I do want to get to my work. I just can’t right now because we’re going to move soon.”
  • “I do want to get to my work. I’m just not confident enough yet.”

Resistance can get very creative, dressing up as ‘valid concerns:’ “But, my mother does need surgery…”

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