How to Get Moving Again When You Feel Stuck

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This post is based on episode 158 of the ProBlogger podcast.

Do you ever feel stuck in your blogging or your business?

I think many of us can relate to feeling paralysed at times – not just with blogging or business, but in other areas of life as well.

You might feel stuck and unable to move forward because:

  • You’re a perfectionist, and can’t move on from one thing until you’re convinced it’s just right.
  • You’re caught up in ‘analysis paralysis’. You keep looking at the different options, but you can’t pick one and move forward.
  • You don’t have a clear idea of where you’re going. And you can’t make progress without knowing your destination.
  • You always feel you need to know or have something more (develop a particular skill or more confidence, meet more people, have more money, etc.) before taking a particular action.
  • You compare yourself with other people. It feels like everything you want to do has already been done, or that everyone else is doing it better.
  • You feel overwhelmed by all the advice out there, and don’t know what to do first.

I can certainly relate to a lot of things on that list. I can get stuck when I have so many ideas that I can’t decide what to do first. Fear is also a big one for me. I worry what other people will think of me, how I’ll sound, how I’ll come across, what might happen if I make a mistake, and so on.

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