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If you’re like me, you sometimes get stuck in life. Sometimes I get overwhelmed and experience “analysis paralysis” and just sit there overthinking things. Sometimes I get stressed out and want to avoid my current situation. It is easy to get stuck, and even easier to stay stuck for a long time. During times like these, it’s most important to find a way to get unstuck and move on.
It’s important to always be moving forward. Even if you hit a snag, you’ve got to find a way to eventually get up and get going. Staying stuck in your situation isn’t going to help you in the long run. You’ve got to find a way to always move ahead, especially when you hit challenges.
If you have to go slow, that’s fine. No one can make fast progress in every aspect of their life. Sometimes we learn somethings quickly (like cooking), and other times not (like figuring out your taxes). Like I usually say, slow progress is better than no progress.
Even if you have to take a few steps back, that’s also fine. It’s not a complete failure if you learn from your experience and still make forward progress. In my life, I’ve failed more times than I can count. I made goals that I didn’t meet. It was easy to think of myself as a failure, but instead, I used my “failures” as an experience that was an opportunity to learn and try again, but better and wiser.
My wish for you is that you keep on moving forward towards your goals in life, no matter what. Even if you hit a problem or a challenge, know that setbacks can be temporary and that your success depends a lot on your determination to move forward beyond all that.
Roderick Conwi is the Executive Editor at Nourishment Notes. He is also the author of The Procrastinator's Quick Guide To Getting It Done. To get powerful insights that enhance your day, join his free newsletter.