The Stop, Start and Continue Principle

It is time for you to leave behind the things that are not serving your purpose and start doing the things that are serving you more.

Sometimes we can be our own worst enemy, because we tend to entertain the wrong things in our lives.

STOP – doing all the things that are pulling you back, all the things that are draining your energy.

STOP – entertaining all the things that are making you feel useless and all the things that are making you feel tired of being sick and tired.

STOP – procrastinating and waiting for the right moment to start your journey.

Feel the fear and Do it anyway.

Fear is False Evidence Appearing Real!!

START – doing the things that fuel your energy and add value to your precious time.

START – taking micro steps that contribute towards your macro goals.

START – surrounding yourself with communities that build you, not drown you.

CONTINUE – to celebrate small wins and keep a great full energy around you.

CONTINUE – to seek new information and learn from those who have been where you want to go.

CONTINUE – to be more authentic, respectful and kind hearted.

Insanity is doing the same thing over and over while expecting different results.

If something is not working for you, let go of it and do more of what is working for you.

Today I want you to promise me that you are going to take stock of your activities and decide which things you are going to STOP, START and CONTINUE doing.

Take a blank piece of paper and create three columns. Name your headings STOP, START and CONTINUE then list the appropriate activities under each chosen heading. Make that decision and stick to it.

Don’t just make this list, make this a habit and you will start to see changes and progress in your life.  

Remember small changes lead to big results.

Comment below or connect with me, what are the three main things that you are going to commit to STOP, START and CONTINUE doing?

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“We need courage to start and continue what we should do, and courage to stop what we shouldn’t do.’’