Has life dropped a big ball and chain around your feet? Do you feel like you sleep walking through life, unable to move frozen with some form of fear, fear about the future, fear about Starting Over and how to positively move forward? Yes, it is an uncomfortable place to be, but the good news is, regardless of your age 35 or 70, all that can be changed. Today, with so many social pressures often experienced through some form of loss, like the impact of GFC, it not uncommon for people to grapple with mental gremlins and blocks that hold them back from Starting Over. While some of those mental blocks could have been there since childhood they can become more pronounced when some big loss occurs be it financial, job, career, loss of a loved one, divorce. However, we were not born with those blocks, those fears, rather for a variety of reasons we gather them along the way during our life, up to now. With that in mind, let do a little visualising a little dreaming. What do you wish you could do if there were no limitations, if you had no gremlins or blocks whatsoever, and you knew you could not fail? Do you have a little voice deep down that says. I love to do something new I desperately want to change my life I desperately want to Start Over When you begin thinking, wishing, and dreaming this way do any little mental demons creep or even instantly pop in to your mind, perhaps saying: don have the money. No . I couldn It too late. I have to learn too many new things. I don have the energy. My brain is too lazy. It too complicated. I don know how to. I too old. if you changed the word to another person saying those words? Has some else in your life said to you: don have the money. It would take you too long. It too late for you to do anything new. No . you just can You don have the energy. You too lazy. It too complicated for you. Anyway you don know how to. any of those negative phrases are said or thought repeatedly, either by you to yourself, (and they can if you been feeling depressed) or by someone else in your life, it doesn take long before you start believing those negative words to be true. And sadly, up to now, that is the way you may have been living your life. Take a look at these two questions and answer them honestly. Do you know what is holding YOU back? Is it doubt, fear, worry about money, stress, others, does it seem too complicated, or is there something else you can specify? Can you identify what holding you back from Starting Over? Another good way to begin looking at that question is to ask yourself: my life balanced? Balanced Is Your Life? Here a simple exercise to look at that. Write down the following words, or at the least areas on the left. 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Boozer will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason, and while there's been talk from both sides about the prospect of his returning for a seventh season or more with the Jazz, there's a perhaps much likelier chance the two time NBA All Star's six year run in Utah soon will be done. "That's a possibility," Sloan said. "We've lost guys before. . We don't like to lose them. We like to keep them together," he added. "But I don't write the checks. My job is to try to coach who's here. Sometimes we have great players, and don't do a very good job. But that's our ambition." It is, and that's why even after Boozer vowed last season he'd opt out of the final season of his current contract in Utah, and even after he changed his mind about that, and even after he talked openly about wanting to be traded to Chicago or Miami shortly after opting in, and even after Jazz ownership quietly questioned his commitment, and even after management pondered dealing him, Sloan stood firm in not only his willingness but also his desire to have him back. The two met before the season began, clearing the air. It was the first step toward a productive season indeed for the Jazz's leading scorer and rebounder, one in which he posted a career high 55 double doubles and despite a well chronicled injury history missed just four games. "We had a great conversation. It set the tone for the season," said Boozer, who missed the Jazz's regular season finale a loss to Phoenix that cost them homecourt advantage in a first round series against the much more beatable Portland Trail Blazers with a strained oblique muscle. "I told (Sloan) I was gonna play. He told me he was gonna coach, and that we'd leave everything else where it is. "The summer was behind us," added Boozer, who didn't practice Friday but previously said the injury won't keep him out Saturday night. "I see you guys (reporters) are still talking about it, but it was behind us and we got going." Whatever previous issues Boozer and the Jazz had really were in Sloan's rearview mirror, even if media members were in their grill as they navigated an 82 game regular season. One reporter after another around the country would ask Sloan about Boozer, and with decided consistency the coach would defend him. "It makes you crazy if you try to live with all that stuff," Sloan said. "Everybody has problems at times. Sometimes they're outspoken, sometimes they aren't. . So what do you do about it? We still have to do our job. "We have answered the question about (Boozer) almost every place we've been. I think he's tried to do the right thing, and tried to help us as much as he can. No player is perfect, no coach is perfect. But he's given us an opportunity to try to compete every day, because of his attitude and the way he's tried to come and play." For that, Sloan declines all credit. "Boozer did it himself," he said. "Now you can talk about what I did. But, as a coach, you just try to hold guys together. They have to do the work. I don't have to do the playing. He's done the playing, and that's the most important thing as far as I'm concerned. When players do their job, I don't have a problem." But this season, in a locker room that in years past hasn't always been as cohesive as is ideal for a team with a supposed common goal, he also has some backers. 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