By contributor Brandy Adamson
In our last column, we discussed that many people seek to move into their purpose and make the decision to do so.
This isn’t something easily done by the masses. For many this is a life altering experience that brings about fear and anxiety.
First, realize that apprehension is normal, but I encourage you to move past that and remember forward movement. Whether it is a huge leap or one step at a time, forward movement is the goal.
How do you move forward, you might ask. First, write down your purpose and post it on the your mirror, refrigerator, in your office and in your daily organizer- put it where you will see it- constantly. This will keep you focused and aid in affirming your decisions you make on a daily basis.
Next, establish realistic goals. Yes, we would all love to be in an immediate position that living our purpose and passion provide financially for ourselves and our families. In some instances this may happen, but not all. Therefore, set realistic expectations- daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly. Keep track of your goals and celebrate your successes- no matter how big or small.
Thirdly, remember the proverb ‘birds of a feather flock together?’ Your environment and those with whom you spend time and share your goals most definitely have an affect on your progress. If you associate with people that are complacent or negative can they REALLY support you in your progression? Can you REALLY support them? Remember, support is a two-way street. You want to not only get support but give it as well.
Lastly, remember the Law of Attraction. What you think about is what you become and what you speak will occur. Get rid of self doubt, ‘stinkin thinkin’ and negativity within. You are a powerful being and able to accomplish all things you set your mind to do.
To you continued success!