As you take on the physical task, though, I also invite you to spring clean your brain. Mental cobwebs are as bad or worse than household ones, and they too deserve your attention. Take a moment to reflect on your current attitudes. What are you putting up with that is holding you back? Are you succumbing to the poison of the daily headlines, or worse yet, "These Economic Times(TM)"? (Are you as sick to death of that phrase as I am?) Is there a dingy layer of negative attitudes, about your abilities, your job, or your health, polluting your brain and turning your gray matter black? If so, are you working consciously to shine it up, or are you making excuses for why you aren't getting the results you want?
I recently read something from a colleague of mine that I thought was absolutely inspired. She asked, "if you argue for your excuses, what do you get when you win?" If I had to bet on it, I would bet that whatever you're winning isn't anything you really want to keep.
So go ahead and chase the skeletons out of your mental closet, and replace them with the bright light of inspiration and the colors of creativity. Choose mantras, affirmations, or quotes that reflect the way you want the world to be. Set a goal. It doesn't have to be a huge one; just something you know you can do this weekend, or by next Friday, or by the end of the month, that will make your world more like you want it to be. Use that small goal to build your confidence in your ability to achieve results, and set another one as soon as you have accomplished the first one. Sometimes spring cleaning has to happen one room at a time, and that's okay -- as long as you start!
As for myself, well, I don't do windows, but I can help you set and achieve WAY-SMART goals. Give me a call if I can help!