My mindset told me that success/happiness/big things couldn’t possibly be achieved by the person who I was. I needed to do the hard work, the literal grinding, of removing pounds of useless rock to become the ‘angel’ I wanted to be.
As you may have noticed, there was no new blog post last week. I was in the mountains, enjoying the new blanket of snow, learning new skills and dodging trees on the way down the hill.
May your new year be one of celebration, preparation and manifestation.
You can change your life in 10 minutes.
The world, your world, will not get better on its own. Your world will improve only when its people improve. And you are one of its people…
We tend to measure our daily status against the vision of our achieved goals and get disappointed and frustrated when they aren’t the same. Much of progress is invisible for the majority of the time it is being made.
When we focus on our challenges rather than the possible solutions, all we can see or create are more challenges. When we look forward, to the goal on the other side of the challenge and focus on how to get there, we make progress.