I've been posting some good stuff on my Facebook page recently. Here's an example:
WISDOM: If you're not living up to your full potential you may find yourself going through a midlife crisis halfway through your marriage and think it's the problem. When you don't live your purpose everything else in your life suffers. #zww
This is the truth. I'm a people watcher, as many of us are, and I see couples going through the motions with no connection to each other and no plan to fix it because one or both are dry inside from not expressing who they really are. NOTE: I'm speaking of life purpose not negative deviations of any sort. It's going to be difficult for you to flourish in a relationship if you've bought into the 9 to 5, I have to be that go to work and come home spouse who's safe and predictable and does what everyone else does.
This message isn't for everyone, of course. I've actually heard people say they just want to be average so I'm not speaking to you folks. I tried that life and it almost killed me. I'm not average. I guess I never have been because I get bored after I master many things and have to learn something new or I get cranky.
Constant growth and progress is an inherent characteristic but I believe most people don't go as far as possible because their mindset on what progress constitutes is severely limited. For example, when I was trying to be average I thought a normal progression of growth in public education was the path I took - from classroom teacher, to grade-level rep, to school rep. and mentor of teachers. I received these promotions in four years and many people who'd been teachers for decades often asked me if I was "old enough" to be an Instructional Coach because they hadn't achieved that promotion after years of service. So, looking back at that fast track I guess I wasn't even average when my mindset was limited to a safe life and career. That life backfired on me anyway because when you rise above a crowd of average folks, some of them get ugly and they want to destroy you in the spirit of jealousy.
I'm special because I'm an individual and we're all special. On the other hand I'm not special because every one us has the potential to live their dreams, passions and purpose. People look at me, are attracted to me (professionally) and hire me because I'm doing what they desire to do. I'm constantly growing, learning, producing, experimenting with new arenas and have a great amount of freedom in my life. I seem special and different because there are so many who have desires in their hearts but are afraid to do anything risky. It's sad.
Life is a risk. Love is a risk. Living your passion is a risk. But the rewards that come are multiplied over and above what an average existence will produce over any amount of time. I'm a witness.
If you want to learn how to expand your mindset and enter realms of possibility that lie beyond the average read my book Revelation is for Elevation. Chapter 2 is all about living a lifestyle of breaking through into the new. If you're ready for a mentor to guide you on your path to living your passions book a package or schedule a call today. I can customize a package to fit your budget if you're in between standard pricing. If you will listen and follow instructions I guarantee the supernatural strategies given to transform your life will produce the desired fruit.
When I'm scheduling calls, whether they be for agreement and revelation or mentoring, I'm often asked what needs to be done in preparation. My response is always: KNOW WHAT YOU WANT.
I'm not fond of cliches but sometimes they just work; as is the case here. You can't confront what you don't acknowledge. That phrase may seem negative as you read it, but it doesn't to me because I'm a problem solver. I deal in solutions, so that's no different than a request for focus to me.
Something must be broken or not quite right or not as great as possible if I'm being sought for help. The first step is recognizing the disconnect between what you want and what you currently have. That's generally easy to do, and most come to me knowing the end result they desire. And one of the most exciting things about supernatural solutions is that the finish far exceeds basic hopes.
What do you want? I've been asked this a few different times; most recently in February 2015. That simple question is powerfully loaded. It forced me narrow down a quest for three accomplishments to one. It caused me to focus and it brought rest. As someone with multiple endeavors going all the time, I've always praised multi-tasking. But I'm finding there's greater sustained benefit to focused limits.
So I ask you: What do you want? Have you asked enough questions and investigated enough angles to be certain that's what you want? Have you narrowed your focus on this achievement to the point that it's impossible for you to not attain your desire?
If you know what you want and need help getting on the path to success, schedule a call today. I'm here to help.
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