Which Do You Need to Do: Start or Stop?

Change is tough.

Yet, some change is exactly what most of us desire.

More of this. Less of that.

Change is about starting. Change is also about stopping.

Which do you need to do today?

Starting is the Most Important Step

You probably have something you want to start.

In fact, it may have been on your mind for a long time.

Some people go a lifetime without starting.

You can’t finish if you never start.

What is on your list of things to start?

  • Exercising more
  • Beginning a new goal
  • Writing a book
  • Getting a new job
  • Finding a new relationship
  • Starting your own company
  • Spending more time with your family
  • Pursuing your dream

What is stopping you from starting?

Stopping is the Hard Part

Stopping is hard.

After all, doing what you have always done is easy. Comfortable, even.

Yet, comfortable is often not where you want to be.

Do you settle for comfortable instead of reaching your goals and dreams?

What is on your list of things to stop doing?

  • Bad habits
  • Wasting Time
  • Unhealthy eating
  • Staying in a bad relationship
  • Procrastinating
  • Letting others make decisions for you
  • Hanging out with those that bring you down

What do you need to stop?

Start or Stop?

Take action and do something today.

Start something new.

Stop something you shouldn’t be doing.

Make that change, no matter how small.

Question: What do you need to START? Or STOP?

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