Is “just” a big or little word?

Have you caught yourself recently saying I “just” need to, or if I could just then everything would be fine. Just is one of those words that is so simply and yet there is often so much behind that little word that is holding us back from realising our full potential.

I just need to be more organised?

I just need to be strong?

The challenge for you this week is if you catch yourself saying the word notice what it is your saying just about and ask yourself this question.

What needs to happen for me to be..(strong/more organised)?

Please be kind to yourself the reality is, if it really were JUST then we would most likely have done it. Asking yourself what kind of …..(strong/organised) is that? Is there anything else about………..(strong/organised)?

Can also help you get some clarity. Please do share your experiences and let me know how you get on.

Thank you for Listening



About Step by Step Listening

I am the founder of Step by Step Listening and we started as a company that eradicated fear of failure and guilt for mums, we coached mums and daughters, we then worked with sole trader and small business owners and over the years we developed a unique ability to help people create the family or business they desire by being able to tap into the resource of being able to sell ideas/prodcuts/visions/services in a way that feels right and gets results. For some they are learning to sell and idea to themselves perhaps a dream or an ambition they have had for years, for others it could be selling responsibility and independence to a teenager or perhaps selling a vision or a change of structure to a team. What ever it is we use unique a unique facilitation and group process to help you discover when you are selling in a way that feels right that's like what?
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2 Responses to Is “just” a big or little word?

  1. herbmiller says:

    I just read this post. Now if I could just find my “A Round Tuit”…

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