"I have to solve this problem now. The sooner better!"
"Once I figure this out I will....."
"I can't do Y until I do X and I do X RIGHT"
Push, push, push.
As a society, it seems popular and highly favored to become a "go getter". Some one who "knows where she is going and makes a way to get there."
Ladder climbers have been known to trounce several or quite a few on way above and beyond.
The easy way?
Never! Part of badge of honor is striving, struggle, sweat and tears.
There has GOT TO BE a better way.
The good news there IS and it is SOOOOO much simpler!
Instead of pushing so hard and becoming so frustrated, simply tap into most efficient methods of using your personal gifts to achieve desired results.
You might be asking, "Well, how is that possible without pushing?"
Here is often overlooked secret.
There are three simple steps:
1. Instead of saying "I HAVE TO solve this problem or ONCE I figure this out or I MUST do X before Y, ask yourself something else. The have to's and once I's and I must's are fruit of not having enough. They are outcome of believing world is a place of poverty, powerlessness and scarcity. One moment walking along shore and you will remember this is a world of incredible abundance. So ASK yourself, "How can I solve this?" or "How can I do this now?" or "In what way can I do Y before X is in place?" Simply, quietly and reflectively ask yourself those replacement questions whenever one of scarcity based statements begins playing in your mind's audio system.
2. Do not become overly concerned about an immediate answer. Simply ask, and if you have not had a "Eureka" moment, continue to quietly and peacefully re-ask question WITHOUT pushing. One of best times to ask yourself your question is before going to sleep at night. In fact, this is a practice you may want to try each night before going to sleep.
3. Be alert to any possible response from your subconscious mind. You may want to spend some focused contemplative time and directly ask yourself for response. Many people will say "I don't have any more minutes in my day. How can I spend contemplative time?" One response is ASK yourself! And for now, use time you are already using for something else and build a bridge. One method is to use your shower or bath time. Hopefully when you are showering you are relaxed and comfortable, which is perfect context to tune into your wellspring of ideas.