By Stacy Vajta
Guest writer for Wake Up World
Creating a life change takes some hustle; let’s not beat around the bush here. I’m not talking about struggle, but effort… the kind of effort that says you mean it.
I’ve been all over the map when it comes to the “how” of creating change. Most of my life I’ve been one to go within; to process, and internalize my experience as a means to understand myself and the world. I’ve over processed and have gotten stuck there. And by that I mean I’ve spent too much time looking for answers – even meaning – by turning inward. I believed that my internal experience could show me something new.
But, you know that old saying, “You can’t create new ideas out of nothing?” Well, that applies here; not to say any of us are nothing… but we need new ideas and experiences to feed new ideas and experiences.
I’ve met a lot of other intuitive, energy-aware folks who have done that same thing: gotten lost in their inner exploration. A while back I had a coach who gave me a loving kick in the pants and introduced me to what I now call “radical responsibility.” That’s where you finally figure out that if you want something to change, it’s not going to happen until you finally do something new.
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