Understanding the impact that making the changes you crave will have, will let you take the action required to make the change.
To get in that space, consider the following;
If you found work you enjoyed, that paid the bills and let you switch off – how would that change how you feel day to day?
On a Sunday evening, a Monday morning?
If you weren’t tired and stressed at home how would that change the enjoyment of your life?
The quality of your relationships?
How you show up as a partner, parent, colleague?
If, over the course of the rest of your life, these changes compounded – so instead of getting more stressed, unhappy and tried, you became lighter, more fun to be around and relaxed.
Who would you be 5, 10, 20 years from now versus who you will be if you carry on doing what you are doing?
Why is it important to start this work now, instead of waiting? (And if you want to wait until you feel ready or it feels comfortable – I hate to break it to you but you will wait your whole life time).
Let that sink in.
What are the consequences of you doing this work v not doing this work?
For you and those around you? And why is it important to do
Every time you want to quit or wait, remind yourself of what you just came up with and use that to keep going.