Having a dream is easy, sustaining that dream as you bring it to life is where things get tricky. Your mind basically assumes that because you can’t see anything on the surface yet, that nothing is happening. This could not be further from the truth.
If you’ve ever created something and put it out into the world with little or no response, if you’ve ever felt your journey was moving in slow motion, if you’ve ever thought about giving up because you see no movement in your dream… this is for you.
If you’re grieving the loss of a loved one, a relationship, a job, a dream, you might be thinking that all is lost. It’s not.
As spiritual beings having a human experience, we often default to looking outside of ourselves for strength and for help. We go to the edge of greatness and stop because we’ve forgotten who we are.
There is a myth that when something is meant to be, when it is purposeful, it will align perfectly. It’s a lie.
It is a common misconception to allow things that happen in this journey to define us. This of course couldn’t be the farthest thing from the truth.
So many of us often settle. Not because we can’t do better but because we think where we are is good enough. The problem is, good enough can be a trap.
This Life. This chance. This, is your life. It is your responsibility to show up, to push, to stand, to fight. For your purpose, your present, your future. These are your choices, these are your moments, these are your dreams. Stop wasting time, stop making excuses. Show up for the fight.
For one reason or another, a lot of us struggle with the idea of Monday. It could be because of a toxic work environment, an unfulfilling career or even the stress and anxiety of managing your workload and expectations. In honor of National Thank God It’s Monday Day, here are some tried-and-true actionable steps to help you blast away those pesky Monday blues.
In the midst of doing and thinking, we often forget about just BEING.