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It is time to quit or are you at the Tipping Point?

It is time to quit or are you at the Tipping Point?

December 8, 2023

I’m Kavita
A Jungian Business and Success coach, a highly-sensitive woman and an empath. A mother of two beautiful boys, and a serial entrepreneur.
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It is time to quit or are you at the Tipping Point?

How to know If it is time to quit or if are you at the Tipping Point??

Are you feeling unmotivated or unsure about whether to keep pushing forward or to throw in the towel? The decision of whether to persist or quit can be daunting, especially in the face of obstacles and uncertainty. In this week’s episode of the Soulful Entrepreneurs Club, host Kavita Melwani delves into a topic that many of us can relate to – knowing when it’s time to quit something or whether we’re approaching the tipping point.
Patience, Persistence, and Consistency:
Kavita emphasizes the importance of patience, persistence, and consistency in achieving our goals. Just like with exercise, where consistent effort yields long-term results, the same holds true for various aspects of our lives, such as career, business, relationships, and personal endeavors. It’s crucial to be persistent and not give up too soon, as the tipping point—the moment when our efforts cross a threshold and yield extraordinary results—could be just around the corner.
Three Ways to Determine Quitting Time or the Tipping Point:

  1. Take a Step Back: Stepping back from a situation provides a different perspective and can help in making clearer decisions. Consider taking a break, such as a vacation, to gain a new outlook on your career, business, or relationships. Asking yourself honest questions, seeking insights from a third party, and exploring any fear or uncertainty can reveal whether it’s time to quit or if it’s just burnout that needs addressing.
  2. Write It Down: Journaling and writing down your thoughts can help examine the situation from different angles. By acknowledging the progress you’ve made, you may find renewed motivation to continue or identify areas for change.
  3. Take Action and Prioritize: After evaluating your perspective and insights gained from journaling, it’s time to take action. This could involve brainstorming new ideas, seeking support from others, celebrating your achievements, and creating a plan for change, especially if it’s time to quit and move on to something new.
    Understanding the Significance of Nurturing Your Personal and Professional Growth:
    Whether it’s acknowledging burnout, seeking validation, fear of the unknown, or lack of external results, making decisions about quitting or persisting requires introspection, support, and planning. It’s essential to recognize that quitting doesn’t necessarily mean failure, and moving on from certain aspects of our lives can lead to personal and professional growth.
    Kavita Melwani’s Aligned Vision Workshop:
    Alongside the insightful podcast episode, Kavita Melwani invites listeners to her upcoming Aligned Vision Workshop. This event will provide practical guidance on creating an aligned vision for the future, be it for the next year, quarter, or six months, in a supportive group setting.

    As Kavita Melwani aptly puts it, the decision to quit or persist in pursuing our goals requires patience, introspection, and support. Taking a step back, journaling, and prioritizing action can guide us through this decision-making process. Whether it’s recognizing burnout, celebrating achievements, or creating a plan for change, it’s crucial to nurture personal and professional growth.
    Remember, it’s essential to give yourself the time and space to make informed decisions, as you may be on the verge of a tipping point. If you find yourself contemplating quitting or wanting to assess your next step, I encourage you to listen to Kavita Melwani’s Soulful Entrepreneurs Club episode for practical insights and consider joining her aligned vision workshop to gain further clarity and guidance.

Key Topics of The Episode: It is time to quit or are you at the Tipping Point?

Primary Topic: Knowing When to Quit or Keep Going

  • Introducing the topic of knowing when it’s time to quit something or if you’re at the tipping point.
  • Discussing the challenging nature of the past few years and the uncertainty many people are facing.
  • Sharing personal experiences of feeling like giving up on goals and the decision-making process.
  • The significance of understanding when to persist and when to let go
  • The impact of external feedback and results on motivation
    Primary Topic: Strategies for Knowing When to Quit or Continue
  • Discussing the need to be patient, persistent, and consistent to yield results
  • Exploring the impact of burnout, lack of motivation, and exhaustion on decision-making
  • Explaining the importance of taking a step back for a fresh perspective
  • Emphasizing the value of seeking third-party perspectives for clarity
  • The relationship between patience, persistence, and consistent action
  • Recognizing signs of burnout and exhaustion, especially in a work-from-home scenario
  • Benefits of stepping back and examining the situation from a different perspective
  • The importance of seeking impartial perspectives to aid decision-making
    Primary Topic: Utilizing Journaling and Writing as Decision-making Tools
  • Highlighting the benefits of writing down thoughts and emotions in decision-making
  • Discussing the cognitive impact of writing down thoughts and examining situations from various angles
  • Encouraging the practice of listing achievements and acknowledging progress
  • Emphasizing the importance of prioritizing internal and external action based on introspection
  • Exploring the cognitive benefits of writing down thoughts and emotions
  • Adapting journaling and writing practices to assess achievements and progress
  • Emphasizing the importance of prioritizing action based on introspection
    Primary Topic: Taking Action and Celebrating Progress
  • Exploring the outcomes and decision-making processes based on introspection and perspective shifting
  • Discussing the importance of action in response to introspection
  • Encouraging the celebration of personal progress and decision-making, regardless of the outcome
  • Highlighting the importance of planning for future actions and changes
  • Considering the different outcomes of introspection and the need for action
  • Emphasizing the importance of celebrating personal progress and decisions
  • Encouraging planning for future changes and taking action based on introspection

Analogy of It is time to quit or are you at the Tipping Point Episode

Sure, here’s a short analogy to explain the concepts explored in the session:
Deciding whether to quit something or keep going is like deciding whether to continue climbing a mountain or take a break. Just like when you’re hiking and you come to a point where you feel exhausted, you may wonder if it’s time to turn back or keep going. Taking a break allows you to rest, regain your strength, and see the scenery from a different perspective. Maybe you realize you actually want to reach the summit, or maybe you decide that the view from where you are is already amazing. It’s like reassessing your career or business, taking a step back, writing down your thoughts, and then deciding whether to continue your journey or carve a new path.

Transcript of This Episode: It is time to quit or are you at the Tipping Point?

Kavita Melwani [00:00:06]:

Welcome to this week’s episode of the Soulful Entrepreneurs Club. This week, I’m sharing a previous episode that is really relevant today. So this episode is about when to know when it’s time to quit something.

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Or you’re just there.

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You’re almost there at the tipping point.

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For a lot of us, these last.

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Few years have been challenging and even more so this year.

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So if you are feeling like you’re.

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Ready to give up on something that you’ve been working towards and you’re not sure if it’s the right time, then listen to this week’s episode and see if it can help you with that decision. I know that I’ve felt this many times over the course of having my business, and there have been points where I’ve thought, I wonder what I could.

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Do instead because I’ve hit these points.

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That are so difficult. So I’m hoping that this episode will help you, and I would love to hear from you. If you hear something that’s beneficial, send me a message. I’d love to hear what you received from this episode. And also, I’d like to invite you to my aligned vision workshop, which is this Friday from 09:00 A.m to 12:00 p.m. Pacific time.

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It is going to be an event.

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Where we work together to create an aligned vision for you for the next year or quarter or six months, however far ahead you want to plan.

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And by really looking at you, your.

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Business, where you are and then where you want to go and what you.

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Want to create next year, spending this.

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Time to plan is so valuable, and.

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Doing it in a group is very powerful.

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So I’d love to see you there. If you’re interested, there’s a registration link in the show notes.

Kavita Melwani [00:02:04]:

Either way, enjoy this week’s episode. Hello, enlightened Hearts. This is Kavita coming to you with a topic that I am hearing so much lately, especially with all the uncertainty and the things that are happening around us. So people have been coming and are really not sure if they should stop doing something or leave something.

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So they are coming and deciding, is.

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It time to quit? Or am I at the tipping point where this is actually going to work.

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In my favor and where I’m actually.

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Going to accomplish some of my goals? So I’m going to dive deep into that. So if you’re starting to feel a lack of motivation, if you’re feeling done with certain things, then this episode has some tips to help you. I’m going to discuss three ways to.

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Know if it is quitting time or.

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It’S the tipping point. So let’s dive in. So, patience. We’re often taught that we need to be patient in order to receive the results that we want in our lives. We need to be persistent and consistent. And I will say that when you are patient, persistent, and consistent, that you will often receive results in dividends, like exponential results, right? So sometimes you do something and it doesn’t happen right away.

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An easy example would be exercise.

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So if you do one workout, you may feel more energetic, you may sleep better that night, but that result is not long lasting, right? So in order to receive long term results, you need to be consistently exercising. Okay? And that’s when you’re going to start to see the long term results. Maybe your body shape changes a little bit. Maybe some other things happen with your energy levels.

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Maybe your cholesterol goes down.

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Right? There’s lots of benefits to exercise. Now, there are times I’m sure that you have felt a lack of motivation, like a lack of motivation to exercise, a lack of motivation to do anything that has to do with physical activity. And when you reach those points, it’s like a choice point, right? So can you or do you continue to exercise or do you quit? Or you could choose a third option, which is to take a temporary break, which I’ll also talk about. Now, exercise is an easy one because there is so much data we may have received physical feedback from actually performing exercise. And so that we can reignite motivation by reminding ourselves of those results and.

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Even maybe seeing pictures of ourselves pass when we were consistently exercised.

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There’s a lots of ways, right, to remoteivate.

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What I’m talking about today is other.

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Actions that you take where you may not see those consistent results and there’s not necessarily the external positive feedback so.

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That you can make a decision that.

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You will continue or you will quit. So what are some things like that? Maybe it’s your current job, maybe it’s your business.

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Maybe it’s a group that you’re part of.

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Maybe it’s a friendship, maybe it’s another relationship. Those are the things that I’m referring to that are more complicated and it can be more difficult to make a decision of whether you should quit or keep going. So these things can sometimes take a while to see the results, right? So I’m going to use the example.

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Of career business work.

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Okay? So what is something that you can use? You can apply these principles, these strategies.

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That I’m going to teach you.

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Think of something, bring that into your mind’s eye right now so that you can apply it right away while I’m talking, okay? So take a step back and look at this thing.

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And in this case, we’re talking about.

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Career as an example. How do you feel in this career? Do you see yourself as truly being persistent and be honest with yourself, right? Are you being persistent? Is this something that you are taking consistent action with? Because the reality is, if you give up too soon, you may miss your tipping point. So according to Malcolm Gladwell, the tipping point is that magic moment when an idea, trend or social behavior crosses a threshold, tips and spreads like wildfire. In fact, he’s written a book about this phenomenon he calls The Tipping Point. So in order to reach the tipping point, you do need to take that consistent action and there are times where it’s time to quit. Okay? So I am going to talk about that.

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The first step in knowing if it.

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Is quitting time or the tipping point is to take a step back.

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So they say that when you’re in.

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The middle of a situation, it’s really.

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Hard to determine what the next step is, right?

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And so if you’ve ever had the experience, when you step away from a project or you step away from a task or from a problem, and then.

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You come back to it and the.

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Answer seems really clear, or when you’re.

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Out doing running errands or going for.

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A walk or even in the shower, the answer comes to you. So it’s like when you are not actually actively forcing yourself, forcing your brain to come up with a solution, you’re.

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Able to step away from being within.

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It and you’re able to see it from a different perspective, okay?

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So it changes your point of view.

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And so the first thing to do is to really step away from the situation. So if it’s a career, maybe you have to take a vacation day or a vacation week, right?

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And taking that vacation can give you.

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Some perspective about the gifts, about your.

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Career or work or business and what.

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Are the things that are in your.

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Situation that are challenging and unfulfilling, right? And so you can really be honest.

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With yourself, which is very difficult when.

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You’Re in the busyness of it, when you’re in the process of actually doing.

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And fulfilling your goals and taking steps all the time.

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Okay? And so then you can ask yourself.

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Questions like, are you holding on to this because you’re afraid to let go? Are you holding on to this because you don’t know what’s next? And that’s a thing I hear a.

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Lot about in careers, right? They’re like, well, I am in this career and I don’t know what to.

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Do next, so I’m just going to stay here. Now, there may be some financial reasons.

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That you need to stay in a.

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Job or career and so that needs to be also clear, right?

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So if you decide when you’re taking a step back that you really don’t.

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Want to do this anymore, there’s lots of reasons.

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First, I would recommend you bring in.

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A third party as a way to step back, as a way to see it from a different perspective. Oftentimes friends and family have bias and biases.

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So I always say if you can.

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Speak to a therapist or a coach.

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And you can receive that third, that perspective, that is really valuable, right?

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And so one of the things I.

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Offer is a clarity session, right?

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And so sometimes I have clarity sessions.

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Oftentimes, and the client receives so much from that clarity session already and decide.

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Oh, they need further work now to figure out their next career, or the clarity session is all they needed, right? So if that’s something you need support with, taking a step back from your.

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Situation, then I’m going to recommend there.

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Will be a link in the show notes to schedule that with me.

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Okay? And if it’s not with me, if.

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It’S someone else, right? A third party that has no bias.

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Which is difficult when you have another.

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Type of relationship with them.

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So really being clear, are you afraid? Are you not doing it because are.

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You not stepping back because you don’t.

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Know what the next step is? And then on the other side of that is, do you just need a break? Right? Are you just feeling a little burnt out? Are you just feeling exhausted and tired? I’ve been hearing from a lot of.

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People that working from home that a.

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Lot of us have been doing has.

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Been more work, right?

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And there’s been this lack of separation between the home life and the work life. And that can create exhaustion, right? Not having that mental, emotional, even like energetic separation from work and home life. So when you step back and step away from it, you can ask yourself.

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These honest questions, right, and looking at it from a different perspective versus when you’re delving deep into what is happening. Okay?

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And the other thing to ask yourself is, are you just getting tired of.

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Not seeing the external results?

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So, like, if that’s in a business.

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Maybe your income is not where you want, right?

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Maybe you don’t have enough customers, clients.

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Patients, whatever your business is. Or if it’s in a corporate job or a career, maybe you’re not getting the validation. Maybe you’re not getting the income you want. Maybe you’re not getting the raises. Maybe your bosses, superior supervisors don’t see.

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You and don’t acknowledge you.

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And that feels like the reason that you want to step back, right?

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So really stepping back and as you can imagine, all those things have different things that you can do to work with that, right? Oftentimes we’ll just say, I’m done with this, and you’ll just quit. And sometimes it’s not about quitting, right? Sometimes it’s like, well, I need to do this. Maybe I need to ask for some validation. Maybe I need to look and ask.

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And say, hey, I want to be.

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The best I can. I want to get a promotion. What can I do to be able to receive that? What do I need to do for that?

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I am interested in working more with people. How can I do that? So these are all things that you can do.

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And you can use all the things you have, use your current career and.

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Even improve how you are and what you’re doing. And then if it’s your business, then you can look and see, what can I do differently. Have I been doing this consistently? How have I been showing up energetically.

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When I’m taking action?

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Which is a whole other thing, right? And then you can make decisions, right? So another thing, that’s tip number one. Tip number two is write it down. This is kind of similar to taking a step back, but maybe you can take a break. Maybe you cannot take a day or.

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A week off and you’re in the.

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Scenario where you need to make decisions.

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Quickly or you need some more time, right?

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On the flip side, maybe a week.

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Off isn’t enough time.

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So in that case, the second tip of writing it down, okay?

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So reexamine the situation and write down your thoughts.

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When you’re journaling and when you’re writing things down, it uses different parts of your brain than the spiral thinking. It also forces you to examine things.

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From different angles in a different perspective. I’m thinking you’re hearing a pattern here.

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About the perspective shifts, right? So when you take a time to write down what the scenario is, some insights might come. You may need to use some other processes, right? Maybe you need to write a list.

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Of all the things that you receive from your current career or business, right? And then maybe you also need to.

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Write down the progress that you’ve made and all the things you have done. Because this is the thing our brain loves to focus on, what we haven’t done yet, what we have left to accomplish, and forgets all that we’ve already done, right? So when you actually sit down and write and acknowledge what you’ve done, you may shift how you feel about it. That might even be all you need to help with your lack of motivation or feeling burnt out, right? And so if that’s the case, then.

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You can add that kind of practice.

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Of keeping track of all the things you have done on a regular basis.

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Maybe you do it daily, maybe you.

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Do it weekly, whatever you can do to really connect with all that you have done.

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So you are not going to what.

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Your brain defaults to, which is what you haven’t done yet.

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So step number one, take a step back. Really look at the situation. Take a break if you need to. That way you can ask yourself some questions. Number two can be used concurrently with number one. Or you could use it when you can take a break, right? So that is about writing and journaling. There are so many processes that you can use to help you journal as well.

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And one of them, like I said.

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Is just writing a list of what are the things you have done. One could be completely just dumping out everything in your brain onto a piece of paper, all that you’re feeling, right? And then that can help with that. Reduce the spiraling thoughts and you can look at things from a different perspective. So number three is to take some action and prioritize it based on what you saw. So let me be clear if what you’re seeing after writing things down is, you know what, this situation that I’m in right now, I really haven’t done much, or the things I’ve done, I really don’t want to continue doing.

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Or I’m just burnt out from this.

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This does not feel fulfilling anymore. Even after you take a break, you are completely unmotivated.

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You don’t have energy.

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Then it may be time to consider quitting. Okay? On the other hand, once you take a step back, you look at all that you’ve done, you realize that you’re.

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On your path and that you’re really.

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Just feeling a lack of motivation because you are not getting the results that you would like, then that’s a different situation, right? And if that’s the case, then it is time for you to take action. Okay? So this could be internal or external action, right?

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So one of the things I recommended earlier was to if you’re motivated by.

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Looking at what you have accomplished, keep a practice of writing what you’ve accomplished, right? Review it.

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Maybe now that maybe you have a.

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Business and you’ve been working on marketing and doing things, and you’re just like, nothing’s working. Right?

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And so when you wrote down things.

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And you took a perspective, you’re like.

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Yes, I still am passionate about this business.

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I still want to continue doing this, but I need to do some things differently. There. Now you know what you can focus on, right? Instead of deciding, I’m just done well, you know, you’re actually not done. You’re done with actually taking action on marketing where you’re not receiving the results that you need. You’re not done with your business, right? So then it’s not about quitting. It’s about checking in and taking different action.

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And so you can keep this perspective and prioritize action based on what comes through through this introspection that you’re taking through this stepping back, right? You can brainstorm new ideas again. You can work with someone, a third party to help you come up with new strategies. If you’ve decided that you’re done well, then creating a plan for yourself, right? So a lot of times people will say, I’m done with my job. I’m quitting. And then they haven’t put in some financial stability for themselves, right? So then they’re stressed.

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They come to points where they would.

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Not like to be right now, on the other hand, if you’re in a place where your health is being impacted.

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And you know you need to leave.

Kavita Melwani [00:19:30]:

Something, then you do it, right? And you figure it out and receive the support. But if you’re not in that place and you can plan, why not? Why not plan? Create that plan of like, when are.

Kavita Melwani [00:19:41]:

You going to leave?

Kavita Melwani [00:19:42]:

When are you going to need to do how much money do you need to save? Right? And what can you do differently? How can I reignite?

Kavita Melwani [00:19:49]:

Motivation okay, and so that’s the prioritizing.

Kavita Melwani [00:19:52]:

The action piece, right? And so another thing to do for yourself, which I see people not doing, is celebrating what you’ve done, right? So even if you decide to quit something, acknowledge yourself for taking a chance, for doing whatever it was that you did.

Kavita Melwani [00:20:15]:

If it’s a career change or it’s.

Kavita Melwani [00:20:17]:

A business change, or even if you decide that a relationship is no longer serving you, that doesn’t mean that you’re leaving the relationship.

Kavita Melwani [00:20:27]:

And it’s just this thing that is horrible and you don’t want anything to do with it.

Kavita Melwani [00:20:34]:

It could be that you’ve received what you need to from that relationship and they’ve received what they need to from you, and it’s just time to move on. It doesn’t mean that it was bad, right? Take the lessons, take what you’ve learned, grow as a person and move forward. So is it quitting time or is it a tipping point? If you need help with this, I’d be happy to speak with you.

Kavita Melwani [00:21:02]:

And once you’ve kind of taken these.

Kavita Melwani [00:21:04]:

Steps, allow yourself time. We can be impatient. We can say, I need to do this and make this change now. But really giving yourself that time, you may be on the verge of a tipping point. Okay? So in the meantime, take good care and I’ll be back again soon. Bye.

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