When you are creating change, you need to move slow enough to allow new ideas to emerge. When an idea comes, you need to move fast enough to keep the space open to consider the idea.
Notice if your pattern is to trample tender new ideas as they appear. Or, perhaps before the idea fully emerges you begin to question how this can work and talk yourself out of every new possibility. If this is happening, know that you haven’t yet made the shift from protecting the status quo to creating something new.
Change requires new ideas and the space to consider them. Access your creative mind — your idea generator and then you will be able to discover possibilities, find the green lights – the opportunities to move forward, and play with options to find what works best.
When you open a creative space, your creative mind connects to the power to create. This is the path to avoid analysis paralysis that can only lead to the pain of getting stuck over and over again.
Painting by Day Piercy
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