The squiggly line is my learning’s from my journey. A journey of big leaps into the unknown, of bad days, of constant anxiety, of incredible wins and of my overall love of life and what I do every day.
There are 3 guiding principles when squiggling.
First, you must listen to your intuition. What is that small voice buried deep inside you trying to tell you? Is it getting louder. Don’t worry if you can’t rationalize it, explain it, intuition is knowledge that is sensed rather than calculated or deduced.
Part two is to act on this information. In a big way. Likely this will require you to do something that is not all that comfortable to you – I call this action the cultivation of deliberate discomfort. Everything that you do in response to your intuition should be something that puts you slightly off balance. This is because the easy steps, the things that feel comfortable, are things that anyone can do. The hard things, the things that make you uneasy, are the things that are innovative and creative. The things that allow something new to come forth.
Part three is the hardest part of all. Momentum. You must continue, daily, to do the first two things. Keep listening, keep acting, keep in motion. Maintain momentum. Because the truth of the squiggly line is that you are more likely to go backwards and sideways than you are forwards. Momentum will keep you moving, out of the backwards and sideways in an exploration of the possible ways forwards.
So; LISTEN to your Intuition, Cultivate Deliberate Discomfort and always keep moving, Maintain Momentum. And remember, if it was easy, everyone could do it.