Monday, February 22, 2010
What you’ve always wanted
You attempted something and it did not work. But that doesn’t mean it will always fail to work.
When you truly desire to find a way, there is a way. Go back and remind yourself why you wanted to do it in the first place.
The obstacles you encounter do not prevent you from getting it done. Those obstacles enable you to get it done in a more creative, effective, realistic and sustainable way.
Right now you are more knowledgeable and experienced than you’ve ever been. Give it another go, and discover how much more effective you’ve become.
Don’t fret about the opportunities you’ve missed. Instead, discover how those opportunities have now evolved.
The pathway may look different now, yet it is indeed still there. Confidently take that first step, and begin to do what you’ve always wanted to do.
Ralph MarstonEven More Great richness
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