What to do when you don’t know what to do

Stuck in a rut?

Can’t see your way forward?

Feeling like you’re somehow squandering your potential?

It’s frustrating, I know.

That particular lack of fulfilment is a slow burn. It’s not an urgent pain, like a dog’s fangs in your leg. It’s a niggling thought. Something whispering in the back of your mind.

You could ignore it for a while, and sometimes you have to just to get on with life.

Or you could ignore it til the day you die.

You wouldn’t be alone in that.


You could walk the smarter path.

You could break the rut, move forward and feel that release.

Okay, great advice…

But how?

Sometimes that’s easy. You know the problem and you know the solution. In which case, your strategy is nothing more complex than ‘do it’.

If, however, you don’t know what to do…

You know something’s wrong but you’re not sure what…

Well, you might feel unsure of what to do. If you’re not clear on the problem, then what on earth could the solution be?

When in doubt, the best solution is this:


Improve as much as possible in as many ways as possible. Master your hobbies, your appearance and your finances. Learn something and do something.

Grow stronger.

That’s why I wrote Three-Score Navike. It contains 60 simple, practical things you can do, most of them today, to improve as a person.

It’ll be subtle at first for most of you.

But a little bit each day can move mountains.

Integrate one of these habits into your life, then move onto the next. I mentioned above there’s 60 of them, and you always have more to learn, and you can begin right now, so grab a copy because you can find what you’ve been missing.

Here’s the link:


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