I’m going to take a wild guess that physics was not your favorite class in high school or college. However, if you want to shift your life or business into high gear, then you absolutely, positively must understand at least one important Law of Physics.
There are two important concepts found in this law that affect your life and business. If you are unaware of them, they are most likely what hold you back from success.
#1 – Inertia
Inertia is the word most often used to describe the first part of this law – an object at rest tends to stay at rest. Do you feel stuck? Are you or your business going nowhere? If so, you are experiencing inertia and must shake yourself from the inaction.
To break free of inertia and begin creating momentum in your life follow these 3 simple steps.
- Define what you want.
- Ask for it.
- Get into action!
#2 – Momentum
Momentum applies to the second part of the law – an object in motion tends to stay in motion. Momentum is like a superpower when you possess it. And once you have it, you seem unstoppable and achieve goals and milestones rather effortlessly.
It is important to note that momentum is created the INSTANT you break free from inertia, and it will continue as long as you steer clear of friction in your life. Equally important is realizing that the hardest part of creating momentum is taking that first step or action.
If you are challenged by creating momentum in some area of your life or business, consider this simple process.
- Take a small step.
- Don’t worry about the ultimate goal, just worry about the next step.
- Repeat Step 1 two more times.
If you can master this one Law of Physics, you will undoubtedly find your future filled with more success and satisfaction.
Sometimes being pushed to the wall gives you the momentum necessary to get over it!
– Peter de Jager
It’s not always easy to break free of inertia and create momentum. That is the beauty of working with a coach. They help you get unstuck and move you toward your goals.
Often, when my clients are stuck, I mean really stuck, I advise them to take action. Any action . . . even if it isn’t aligned with their goal. Sometimes it doesn’t matter what they do as long as they do something and break the inertia. Once that is done, we can correct course, but it is impossible to correct the course of a ship that is dead in the water.
To see the true brilliance of Sir Isaac Newton, the father of physics, check out the video below and see the discovery that has helped millions of children across the globe achieve their class-trip dreams.