Thursday, September 25, 2014

Collecting Your Thoughts When Stuck On A Project


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It can become easy to get "stuck" when you are working on a project, regardless of whether your project is for work or just for fun. And when many people get stuck, they end up pushing so hard to get past this point that they just get more and more frustrated. Rather than "pushing" - regardless of whether the project you are stuck on is a work project, a creative project, or just something for fun - you will be better off easing yourself out of the rut. And when it comes to easing out of the rut, the best way to do so is often to simply collect your thoughts.

Different people tend to collect their thoughts well in different manners, so it is important that you find the best way for you. For instance, if you are on a project team, you might find that brainstorming with your team members helps get you out of the rut. If you find that brainstorming is a good approach for you, check with your project team to make sure it is also a good approach for them. If it is, you will be able to push out of a rut with the help of the rest of your project team, and you will be able to help them when they end up in a rut as well.

Other people find that the best way for them to collect their thoughts is simply for them to go for a walk. By getting outside for a bit (or even just by getting away from their desk), they can sort through their ideas and organize all their thoughts. By the time these people return to their desk, they have a new perspective and are ready to attack the project again.

And one of the was that seems to work best of all for getting out of a rut - as strange as it might seem - is to just not think of the problem at all. Many people find that as soon as they force themselves to move onto other things and stop thinking about the problem altogether, a breakthrough happens upon them.

There is certainly nothing wrong with getting stuck on a project, as it tends to happen to everyone; the big difference is whether you stay stuck, or whether you find the best way that works for you to get yourself unstuck!

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