Use these seven simple steps to get focused and get moving again.
These seven steps create an easy-to-remember poem, incorporating the letters of g.r.a.v.i.t.y.
These simple steps make everything essential easy. In just moments, you can review the entire scope of the coaching program here at Overcoming Gravity.
After a quick review of these steps, you can:
- work on the steps yourself
- get help with one or more of the steps
- get help with all of the steps.
In other words, you have options.
Gather what matters
Relinquish the rest
Arrive at your Ithaka rested
Value your time
Invest in your why, and
Trust yourself when you’re tested
Yes! Trust yourself when you’re tested.
You need a strong, internal narrative to guide you.
“Easy choices, hard life. Hard choices, easy life.”
Make me care. This is the essence of a compelling story.
Value your time.
You are remarkably cavalier about your time. You waste so much time every day that unconsciously, you have a huge pile of regret.
That regret, instead of motivating you to get up and go, is dragging you down.
It’s time to change your relationship with time.
Please watch this brief talk by Tim Urban, and then come right back for the takeaway.
Don’t wait. Get started today.
Invest in your why.
Your “why” is your personal center of meaning. It is why you get up in the morning.
Which doesn’t mean it’s easy to accomplish. It takes focus and follow through, as you will hear in this next talk.
Please listen to this brief talk by Elizabeth Gilbert, and then come right back for the takeaway.
Keep showing up. Do what you do, even when you don’t feel like it.
Trust yourself when you’re tested.
As men, we want to be tested. As humans, we want to succeed.
But to trust yourself when the going gets tough, much less in the day-to-day, takes focus, persistence, and confidence.
Please listen to this brief talk by Dr. Ivan Joseph, and then come right back for the takeaway.
Confidence comes with repetition.
This is where we’ve been headed since we began.
Yes is where you help and connect with others, even as you do your own best personal work.
Consider your yes as you listen to this brief talk by Poet Ali, and then come right back for the question.
Are you living your yes?
Want more help?
You have a couple of options for your next step. You could contact me and describe what you're going through. And I'll be in touch with suggestions. Or you can book a free session to make a time to get together and talk it over in person. Whatever you choose, I'm here to help you focus, overcome resistance, and get moving again.