Because it’s a very special day!
(I apologize for the freeze frames in this video- but you get the idea!)
This morning I looked up the definition of STUCK.
It is an adjective, a word that describes.
The Cambridge dictionary defines STUCK as :
unable to move from a particular position or place,
or unable to change a situation:
This door seems to be stuck.
- I’m not good enough.
- You never finish anything
- Who do you think you are?
- I can’t do it as well as _(fill in the name)__so why bother!
- Who would listen to me anyway?
Whew! We can get pretty deep in STUCK without even trying.
I had a delightful Saturday morning with an inspiring group of women at the Grace Church, Perrysburg, OH for their REFRESH & RENEW Conference recently. Wanted to share with you some of what we talked about at that event.
We spent our time together refreshing our viewpoints about ourselves, our story and our view of God. We renewed our vision about the kind of difference we wanted to make in our lifetime. But we started with some honest talk about the ‘real’ of life.
As a life coach and former pastor’s wife, I’ve talked with a lot of women over the years. There have been two reoccurring themes that continue to come out in those conversations.
- I want to make a difference with my life.
- I’m stuck.
Does that sound familiar to your story? You want to make a difference. You want to influence your world for good through your life in your lifetime.
But you are stuck! Or you have been! If you aren’t stuck, or haven’t been, you will be so we might as well talk about it. You know what stuck feels like. Stuck has kept you from making the difference you long to make. So before we talk about the kind of difference we want to make let’s talk about the obstacles to it. Continue reading Coaching on Stuck