What’s Next…?

Okay, what’s next….? 

How are you doing with your version of  Project Y-O-U?

The reinvention of  you?

Are you thinking about your purpose every opportunity you get during the day?  If you are, then I imagine you’re doing all that you need to do, using all of the resources at your disposal, and finding a way to make it happen.

If you’re not asking yourself  “What’s next?” on a regular basis, maybe you’re not really all that motivated to make it happen?  Maybe your dreams aren’t big enough?  Maybe you really don’t believe you can do this?

Thoreau had the answer to these questions:  “If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost, that’s where they should be. Now put foundations under them.”

Michael Neill put it this way:  “One of the best ways of staying motivated over time is to give yourself every opportunity to experience an ongoing sense of progress in pursuit of your dreams.  More than anything else, a ‘sense of progress’ will keep you moving in the direction of your dreams day by day and moment by moment.”

No one is more impatient than me.  I want it yesterday.

But I have to keep reminding myself that my happiness—and motivation—must come in the day-to-day, one-brick-at-a-time tasks.  So…I take my list and I run down it.  Knowing that each step I take moves me closer to my goal, my dream…

“Amazing things happen when you have a timeline of events that must take place in sequence to reach your dreams.  You know you’re on track.   It’s exhilarating!” — Paul McKenna

Do something every day that moves you in the direction of your goal. When you form a habit of doing this every day, you will be amazed at how much you can accomplish!

Remember:  “We must all suffer one of two things:  the pain of discipline or the pain of regret or disappointment.” — Jim Rohn

 

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About Joe McDowell

Joe McDowell is a Life Coach who challenges his clients to stop settling for less than their best, to start using their gifts, and begin living the life of their dreams. If you're dissatisfied with any aspect of your life, read this blog!
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