There’s no worse feeling than feeling stuck. When you feel stuck all your efforts seem wasted and the easiest thing to do is to do nothing. But nothing won’t get you anywhere!
Just a few short years ago Jim Woods found himself right in the most discouraging place possible: he was stuck. Feeling unfulfilled and unsure of how to get moving again, his body started showing the signs of the pressure he was under.
I was 30 at the time. I developed Asthma for the first time. My body was rebelling against me and I was having a nervous breakdown.
Fast forward to today and Jim is a published author about to release his second book, and regularly helps other people get unstuck through his writing and coaching.
Along the way Jim has learned some incredible lessons on getting unstuck, what it takes, and the challenges along the way. We’re lucky to have him on the show today to share his insights and lessons learned.
Listen now: 007: From stuck to published author – my hope-fueled journey (with Jim Woods)
Stay foolish. Stay hungry.
– Steve Jobs
Jim is a writer who writes about practical, real life tips and tricks to help you grow. He’s the author of Ready Aim Fire: A practical guide to setting and achieving goals.
Jim was stuck. So stuck that he begin to have a nervous breakdown!
Rapid Fire Questions
One thing holding him back:
One thing he gave up (or stopped doing):
One characteristic that separates you from average:
Intentionality, and establishing a good routine.
One habit that helps you succeed:
Using my commute wisely. I ride the bus and hustle like a mad man the whole way.