Choose Declare Commit
The Cheshire Cat: That depends a good deal on where you want to get to.
Alice: I don’t much care where.
The Cheshire Cat: Then it doesn’t much matter which way you go.
Alice: …So long as I get somewhere.
The Cheshire Cat: Oh, you’re sure to do that, if only you walk long enough.Is that how you want to live your life? Walking (working) long enough to get somewhere that doesn’t really matter to you?
Or do you want more than that?
Do you actually know what you want? Or are you still doing what everyone else wants you to do?
Do you think to yourself, that sounds nice rather than oh my, YES!?
The reason you’re not getting everything out want isn’t because it’s not available, it’s simply that you’ve not chosen it, you’ve not declared it and you haven’t committed to it, how could you if you haven’t chosen it to begin with?
If you’re not clear on how you want it all to turn out then you’re highly unlikely to get a clear outcome.
You’ll probably still have a good life, make good money, have good relationships, take a holiday or two a year, drive a nice car, but is good good enough for you? Wouldn’t you prefer great? Or amazing? Or awesome? Or so fabulous you’re jumping out of bed totally in love with your life?
Choose that multi-million dollar business. Declare it done. Commit to doing what you need to do for it to happen. Need a coach or mentor? Ask around. Need to take on more staff so you can be in your zone of genius? Hire them! Need help with your mindset? Collaborations? Funding? Do what needs doing!
Choose a passion fuelled, romantic, love driven marriage. Declare it done. Commit to whatever you need to do to have it. Tantra courses – book them in. Relationship counselling – do it. Real connection at night when the kids go to bed? Make the effort, it will be worth it.
And if that all seems to much, start small. Choose something smaller to begin with, declare it done and then commit to doing what it takes to have/be it.
The best way to ensure that you get to where you want is to know where that is.
What are you choosing?