Did you answer last week’s question?
I asked, “what is Irrevocable happiness for you?”
Did you take the time to define it- even write it out?
Not only did the definition add clarity to your vision for the future, it also made it easier to deal with any negativity that was happening in the present.
Once I was truly aware of what happiness felt and looked like for me, I used it as a compass to stay focused and positive. When negative situations or emotions came up, I would remind myself to focus on my positive vision of Irrevocable Happiness and, more often than not, was able to avoid getting sucked into the negative quicksand.
When you are giving attention to negativity over here, you aren't giving attention to your vision over here. If you have that vision, stay the course and don't get distracted by gossip, drama, worry, or issues that you can't control.
I love this quote by Jim Rohn, “If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan. And guess what they have planned for you? Not much.”
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We want to help you manifest that vision so I can't wait to hear from you.
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