It was the story of how Marvin Sapp and his children dealt with their grief after his wife had died. Apparently she was notorious for keeping the family focused with the saying “keep it moving!” Sapp decided to keep his children home from school but the daughter got ready to go and reminded him that they needed to ‘keep it moving.”
In his book, Fire Someone Today, Bob Pritchett suggests that if a business isn’t growing they’re stagnating or declining. To keep moving you have to keep making decisions because “when you make lots of decisions, you increase your forward momentum.” If you treat your career like others treat their business then “where decision making is slow or fearful gets left behind.” This sounds to me like fish who have to keep moving in order for water to move over their gills so they can extract the oxygen they need.
What stops people from doing anything – climbing that literal or symbolic mountain – is fear. Pritchett points out that you only have to be 51% right so if you keep making more good decisions than you make bad ones, you are in a good place.
Now, I’m not telling you to literally climbing a mountain, but I am saying fear is not a good place to stop. You put yourself in a box of ‘not doing’ when you let fear dictate your moves. If your decision is to wait for more information I have to ask you, as your coach, if that is your fear speaking up and dictating your actions disguised as a decision? The reason is that you may never get all the information you need in order to make a decision, you have to go with what you know.
Going with what you know is where following your inner guidance comes in. This can be a sense of peace that defies all understanding, the confirmation that comes from two or three witnesses, or you can look at what you’re attracting into your life.
What decisions do you need to make in order to keep yourself moving?