Practising Uncertainty

As a researcher, you practise uncertainty.

You have a question and you don’t know the answer.

You design an experiment that tests a hypothesis, you gather data from the experiment and interpret the information to create a result.

The researchers that I see that consistently move their research forward are those that can take the result, whether it is what they expected or not, and then take the next step from there, wherever “there” is.

In actuality, often times, it is the results that are surprising that are the most interesting, don’t you think?

How can you apply this comfort with uncertainty to your writing process? What are you experimenting with in your writing process?

If you practise experimenting with your writing process and noticing what’s working for you and what’s not working for you you are in process with it, you are moving forward.

Sometimes we feel like when we make a decision to do something that it’s the final decision or there cannot be another way. We can experiment and we can make changes along the way to better serve ourselves and what we want to create. 

In research, we know that with every result, the next question arises.

And this is also so in life.

This is, in fact, the process of creating more ease, peace and joy in your life as you continually move through what comes up for you and continue to take yourself to the next level. 

If you are struggling with allowing this process to unfold for you, pls email me for a complimentary Discovery Call at support@melissaeanders.com so that I can learn more about what is happening for you and whether it makes sense to take a next step together.

Sincerely,
Melissa

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