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When things aren’t moving how you need them to move –
you can always shift gears. 

Shifting gears is all about shifting energy.
It’s about going, when you’ve been stopped;
It’s about breaking down the barriers
About going right, when you’re being pushed left. 

It’s about stopping if needed, even if all systems say go.
And it’s about being able to move from slow to fast or fast to slow 

But fundamentally it’s about setting out to change things up when you need to –
About igniting that spark that set things in motion or allows you to change course.

And more often than not, it’s all just a matter of intention.
And having the conviction and the will to change things up and do something different. 


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