How do you find your focus when you've no idea what you're doing?

Maybe you have a mountain of ideas and can't pin the 'right one' down to work on? Or perhaps you're super excited about something but don't know where to start? Guess what my friends? You're not alone! If you enjoyed this post or can relate to my pain :) Please vote for me by clicking the 'VOTE UP' button!

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Sian Clifford

Founder, Still Space

Hello hello! I'm Sian Clifford. Utterly overwhelmed, delighted and excited to have been shortlisted for the Hay House and Psychologies 'New Wise Voice' competition! If you enjoy my content I would be so super grateful for your votes - just click the 'VOTE UP' button on any (or all if you're feeling particularly generous!) of my posts. You can also follow me to keep up to date with all my latest blogs. I am the founder of Still Space, dedicated to connecting people to their best, most authentic and creative selves through meditation and the art of doing nothing! I am also an actor, writer and producer. I am deeply passionate about finding new ways to be my best self, because I believe if you want to change the world that's where you've got to start! I think humans are amazing, more powerful and kinder than we could ever truly comprehend. I believe in less doing more being, but that's not always an easy balance to find. So I'm here to share my adventures along the way because I believe the most important lessons that we're here to learn, are also what we're here to teach, and the power of storytelling is one of the most incredible tools we have to connect with one another. To discover. To evolve. To heal. If you're reading this I believe you're part of a movement so big, it's going to change the face of humanity. Let's swap some tales. I LOVE pictures too, so Instagram is one of my fave hangouts. You can find me on @stillspacemeditation

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Tanya Rupa over 2 years ago

Such beautiful advice and very sound! I am actually writing a novel and discovered early on that I cannot function linearly. I can't start at the beginning of my story and end and the ending. I write segments and scenes from throughout depending in whatever inspires me at that time or on that day. And then, it all just comes together.

I think a big part of realizing that lies in letting go. Letting go of structure and order and routine, and embracing a more free-spirited nature. It's definitely how I choose to live my life, even if, at times, it seems scary.

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Sian Clifford over 2 years ago

I love this Tanya. Free form that novel into its most beautiful being! Who decided that we needed to work 9-5? Beginning to end? Say it this way or that? Be led by your heart and then, it all just comes together as you say. Absolutely. Surrender. Surrender. Surrender. :)