There are many ways the syndrome of being stuck in life is expressed. “My life seems in a rut, if I knew what to do I would do it.” “I am not sure what I want.” “I have done everything I can think of and nothing worked–same old, same old.” “How can I move past the ‘overwhelm’ and create what I want?”
These laments, regardless of the format, are unconscious limiting beliefs being expressed without connecting the dots of cause and effect. These laments are unnecessary, once you know how easy it is to make the right shift. Decide what you want (goal); take a risk and put your ideas into action. Put another way, launching your life is like driving a car. If you are stopped in a traffic lane watching the cars whiz by in the next lane you might think it is intimidating.