How to Turn Off your Autopilot, Stop Waking Up to a Repeat of Yesterday, and Trade your Lead for a Jet Pack
It seems like some people have it all figured out. You’ve seen them. They don’t seem to be bound by the same rules as everyone else. They do what they want–make things happen and achieve their dreams. They love their lives and seem to be powered by rocket fuel.
Meanwhile, you’re running on empty. Going through the motions. Stuck in neutral. Slogging. Working for the weekend.
You long for things to get better, but it never seems to happen.
If you’re like most people, there’s ONE thing that keeps you stuck, above all else. One thing makes the difference between trudging through life with cement-filled boots, and blasting off toward your goals.
It’s what keeps us repeating the same patterns, knowing that we want more, and unable to do anything about it.
Its power comes from our fear. We’re afraid we can’t handle it. We’re afraid we’ll mess up or make things worse if we do something differently. So instead, we keep trudging. As much as we complain, there’s a certain security in keeping things the same. We know change is risky, so we avoid it.
The problem is, staying stuck is even riskier. The longer you stay in the same rut, the deeper it gets and the more embedded you are. The price of inaction is boredom, apathy, and despair. It’s deathbed regrets and the feeling of watching your life slip through your fingers. It’s waking up each morning with nothing to look forward to or be excited about. Why get out of bed at all?
Today, you have a choice. You can keep doing the same thing, repeating the same patterns and never getting off the ground. Or you can embrace your power right now.
Chapter 1: Why you may be stuck
Once you understand how people get stuck and the payoffs of staying stuck, you have the tools you need to free yourself more easily.
Chapter 2: Unlocking your power
A big part of being stuck is feeling powerless. You’ll learn how to regain command of the power you have within you so you can take back control of your life.
Chapter 3: Releasing the brakes
Many people feel trapped by their past or the people around them. They’re afraid to take action for fear of rocking the boat or looking foolish. But you don’t need to let these things hold you down or waste energy worrying what other people think. Other contributors to being stuck include confusion, limiting beliefs, and faulty assumptions. You’ll learn to release yourself from these, too.
Chapter 4: Tools for getting unstuck
This chapter covers techniques and approaches to help you break free, get out of your own way, and start making forward progress.
Chapter 5: Getting a running start
Learn how to get clear on where you want to go and find direction. It’s much easier to get unstuck when you know where you want to go.
Chapter 6: Getting traction
As long as you think you can’t do anything, you’ll stay stuck. Learn how to believe in yourself and erase your limits so you can achieve your goals and dreams.
Chapter 7: Taking action
Learn how to get started and keep going with any new project or endeavor. This chapter includes common causes of procrastination and lack of focus, so you can overcome them and get productive.
Get your rocket fuel here.
Who it’s not for
If you’re looking for someone to blame or you want more excuses to stay where you are, this is not for you. If you’re not ready to take a good, hard look at yourself and your life, face the truth of your reality, and take action, Getting Unstuck won’t help you.
Who Getting Unstuck is for
You’re tired of grinding it out, marking time, and waiting on hold. This is your life, and you want to take control, get in the driver’s set, and get moving. Let’s go.
My “Break Free” Guarantee
Buy it. Read it. Use it. If you’re still stuck after 90 days, I will give you your money back. No hassles, no hard feelings.
What people are saying
“I hate this book!” — Duct Tape
“It’s bad, bad, bad! Avoid at all costs!” — Quick Sand
“Two thumbs down–way down.” — Superglue
“This book is mega dangerous. You’ll get yourself into big trouble if you read it. Anyway, it’s full of crap. Who are you kidding? Everybody knows you can’t really change your life.” — Fear