It’s critical to have a compelling vision of the future toward which you are moving.
I know in yesterday’s post we talked about the power and the gift of knowing what you don’t want and how to move toward what you do want.
It’s vital that we all do this work in earnest–keeping at it so that we can develop a strong and compelling vision for our future. This is how we’ll step into the soul-prospering life of our dreams.
I am convinced that people can’t let go of the past–and can’t let go of possessions and thought patterns that no longer serve them–because they don’t have anything that they feel is worthwhile that’s waiting for them ahead on their path.
I’m also convinced that this is why people give up and throw in the towel when the going gets tough; they don’t have an important enough reason to keep going, no matter what.
I’m absolutely sure that people don’t begin in the first place because their vision of the thing they say they want, isn’t compelling enough. Isn’t clear and enticing enough where they’ll walk on hot coals, swim oceans, and climb the most forbidding mountains in order to achieve it.
So as you move away from what you don’t want and while you’re playing and trying all sorts of things you enjoy–both old favorites and brand new things–keep building your vision of the future. Add to it bit by bit, step by step. Feel free to let go of things you thought you’d like and replace them with the things you’ve discovered that are more delightful and compelling.
You can do it!
Your Friend and Pep Pal,