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Personal Growth

Not Finishing What You Started Can Hurt You

Do you pass the hallway of forgotten projects when you enter your house? Or maybe all the projects you leave unfinished are stuffed into a closet where none of your guests can judge you over them. 

The point is, you tend to leave a lot of the things you start unfinished, and whether you realize it or not, this habit could be hurting you in several ways.  

It May Make You Anxious

If you find yourself constantly feeling anxious, it could be because of all the projects you are constantly leaving unfinished. Even if you don’t currently feel any anxiety, this doesn’t mean you won’t eventually feel anxious feelings as a result of your unfinished projects. 

Not only that, but when feelings of anxiety go unresolved, they could lead to more serious issues such as depression. Thus, it’s better to do whatever possible to avoid causing yourself to feel anxiety.

You Will Have Issues With Frustration

Whether you realize it or not, leaving projects unfinished is a deep source of frustration in your life. This frustration may not just be affecting your personal life.

It could also be affecting your professional life, causing you to lash out at coworkers and maybe even your boss. If this sounds like you, it means your unfinished projects could actually be what is holding you back in your career. 

You Won’t Move Forward

Finishing what you start is an important part of creating change within your life. If you aren’t finishing the things you are starting, you aren’t changing and you remain stagnant if you are not continually changing yourself.

Without change, you can’t move forward.

You will set aside any goals or dreams you have for yourself, and you may never complete them. It could also mean that you won’t feel a feeling of accomplishment, which is another crucial aspect of helping propel yourself forward in life. 


Although you may not think that not finishing what you’ve started is hurting you, the truth is, it probably is. When you leave a project unfinished, it can cause anxiety and feelings of frustration to develop and fester.

Beyond just that, when you aren’t finishing something, you are remaining stagnant in your life and denying yourself the growth and development you deserve. It is time to stop setting tasks aside and start completing the things you start today!

Introverts Uncategorized

5 Tips For Introverts to Help You Have More Energy When Socialising

Introvert or extrovert?

You wouldn’t think it matters, but the truth is, some people thrive on social interaction. Others don’t.

But even if you’re not an introvert, social interactions can sometimes be draining. The problem is these interactions tend to be the ones where you do need to be at your best. Think about the last time you had a job interview or spent time in conversation with a mentor. Even the best conversations can leave you tired.

So, how do you turn this around and keep up your vitality for even the most draining social interactions?

Imagine Who You Want to Be

If you want to have high energy during social interaction, you first need to picture yourself as someone who has this kind of energy.

What does it look like?

What kind of gestures would you use when speaking?

What tone of voice do you use?

Do you laugh or smile often?

If you can picture the person you want to become, it’s much easier to become that person. This might seem like a form of acting, and at first, it might well be, but the more you do it, the more authentic this high-energy version of yourself will become. 

Try Being Someone Else

Who do you admire who has a lot of energy?

This might be an actor or celebrity, or it might be your own best friend. When interacting socially, start asking yourself how this other individual would likely act in the same situation. Do what they do. Again, mimicking high energy has a funny way of becoming high energy.

Try Some Coffee.

This one won’t work for everyone, but coffee is a great stimulant. If you know you’re going to be needing a lot of energy for an upcoming social situation, why not have a cup of coffee beforehand?

You might need to experiment with this slightly to figure out how much coffee gives you an optimal amount of energy without leaving you jittery. 

Look Around

When attention lags, it’s natural to come off as being more low energy. By remaining interested in your surroundings and especially in the people around you, you naturally maintain a higher level of energy.

Start taking note of details. This has the added benefit of giving you things to talk about. 

Deal with Stress

If the energy drains right out of you in social situations, chances are it’s because you’re stressed. Any time you’re experiencing anxiety, your body takes more energy to get through simple tasks.

With this in mind, the best way to get more energy for social situations is the deal with the root of the anxiety you’re feeling when being social. This might mean dealing with some baggage. It’s worth it in the end, though. 

If you would like some help in coping with life as an introvert, I’d love to support you. I am an introvert too so I understand the pressures. Schedule a free call with me here so we can chat:)