What? Get stuck on purpose?
As counterintuitive as it sounds for a group called Unstuck to promote stuckness, we have a sound reason.
Yes, getting stuck hurts. It’s uncomfortable. Embarrassing. Shameful, even. Or is it?
What if we looked at getting stuck as a starting point rather than a stalled one? What if getting stuck was a sign of better things to come? What if never getting stuck meant that life never got better?
When you think about it that way, being stuck takes on a more positive light. It means we have the courage to admit that something is wrong. It means we have the drive to solve that problem, even if it’s a little bit at a time. It means we can be heroes in our own life.
What’s your lingering stuck moment?
Since we’re at the start of an untarnished new year, it feels like a good time to identify a stuck moment