The process isn’t overly complicated or hard. The challenge becomes moving through it at the right pace in a way that aligns with your principles.~ Farnam Street from, https://fs.blog/2015/11/how-people-make-big-decision/
This is the exceedingly rare case where what I really want to quote is a small graphic from the site, and I simply don’t feel like copying the image and uploading it, just to include it here. (You’ll have to click over.)
I found myself thinking about the little graphic, which has an outer circle describing a process for change. Starting at the here-and-now called, “doing,” forward over a “Rubicon” and then full circle to a new here-and-now of “doing.” There are several ways to fail at changing, by short-circuiting through self-defeating statements. And that’s what I’m thinking about today.
What self-defeating stories am I telling myself? Why?