Here’s some actual video footage of me, about to do some DIY in the home.
Everybody has things that they are hesitating over. The sponsoring thought for hesitation is fear. In my case, my fear about DIY is usually one or more of the following: fear that I’ll take something apart and not be able to put it back together, fear that the job will turn out to be a lot more complicated than I expected, fear that I’ll get to a point half way through, and have no idea what I’m doing, and fear that I’ll totally mess it up. In fact, based on my track record, these fears are extremely well founded, and I’m far better off confidently taking out my phone straight away, and calling a handyman.
Hesitation is not a bad thing. As Tony Robbins would say, it’s just an ‘action signal’ – a message that you need to change either your perception of the situation, or how you are responding to it. The meaning of the action signal of ‘hesitation’ is similar to overload or overwhelm; it’s a message that you need to re-evaluate what is most important to you, create and prioritise your action list, and take the first one on your list and do something about it.
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