During a recent coaching session, my client and I discussed how the principle “a body in motion stays in motion” could assist her in getting her project completed.
We set up a plan where she worked on a specific aspect of the project each day until it was completed. She came to the realization that she was much more efficient in doing small sections of the project daily rather than trying to tackle big sections intermittently.
She learned that it took too much time and energy to get reoriented to where she left off after too much time had elapsed. It felt “jerky” – like she was always starting over. So she stuck with it to keep the momentum.
How about you? How do you stay in motion?
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Pam Solberg-Tapper MHSA, PCC – I spark entrepreneurial business leaders to set strategy, take action, and get results. How can I help you? Contact me at CoachPam@cpinternet.com ~ Linkedin ~ 218-340-3330