Searching for answers that are simple but true is one personality trait that some Autistic Spectrum people face in building a life online. And then when the answers find themselves being presented these answers are picked to pieces and over analysed. Which leads to procrastination.
Challenges people face in building a life of their own
People face their fears in building a life of their own online in many different ways. In this post Susan Lewis shares with you how procrastination dramatically slowed progress forward down. See how the fear of failing or the fear of success excuse [ aka procrastination] has been turned on its head.
Late May 2014 there was a decision to make. The email was opened. The videos played through, And through for nearly two weeks after making an small administration payment. That procrastination meant the early bird saving was gone. Needless to say the videos are still fascinating.
Already knowing this was what had been searched for on the net for over fifteen years the decision to take on the SFM and DEA education package was put to the side. Right then there had never been a better time to sort out the best persistence strategy known to Man… “Never ever give up.” Let me show you the process as to why my real life decision has been made.
Fears people face in building a life came back
Typically people face, in building a life, a new life of their “own fears”. To quote Napoleon Hill “both poverty and riches are the off spring of thought”
My passion was, and is still. social media. To know there was a way somehow to get this information and change the life of my growing family pushed itself forward. However, from this passion emerged a reinforcement of a driving need. To find out who was I. From there into being an advocate for High Functioning Autistic people’s ‘sub-living’ daily within everyday communities and cultures. From here a branch into public speaking has opened. Encouraged through the WakeUp calls on Friday’s within the virtual community and the mentoring that occurred.
A deep fear was being different. To be on the Autism Spectrum officially reinforced a difference. It took a few years to be comfortable to really communicate the fact that Autism is fun. Being different is nothing short of being unique. What others saw I simply would not see, So until I was ready to accept who I was, and be prepared to be open to change ooooch the was the unconsciously sabotaged moving forward impacts.
Explain what we, as people face in building a life for others!
What was the keyto what people face in building a life they need to be alive to live to the max in?
Sub-living was mentioned but what is sub-living. Not living up to your fullest potential? Sub-living is accepting that your are not meant to live the life you desperately desire. Therefore you do not make the constant efforts needed. I am not speaking about learning some of this and some of the next step. Then gradually putting these steps together. This is how I learn. And usually after everyone else has achieved and moved on the progress is still happening. Process forward though is slow and twisty in its path.
A sublife is when the person does not even bother to change. However successful they may be at what they are doing.