The initial step in a successful journey is identifying your “WHY”, and then back it up with the underlying expectation to achieve. When you progress each day with the mindset of expectation, you look at every situation as progress.
95% of people get deflated over every little hurdle in the road and wonder why they just can never seem to maneuver themselves out of the rut in life. If this describes you, you will be a statistic of the 40-year plan, which means you will be one who is either dead or dead broke at the age 65 – this is a VERY strong statement but 100% fact.
One major ingredient of breaking out of the rut is when you begin the journey to achieve an outcome already expect your outcome within your mind and heart. You need to look at your life the same way you plan a trip — you leave Point A and expect to get to Point B in a certain amount of time. When you look at your ultimate “WHY” in life, very simply expect to achieve your “WHY” without a doubt in your mind and you shall succeed.
I throw out this challenge to you for the next 7 days – personally empower yourself with the feeling of expectation and you will see your results explode! Everyone around you will feel the difference in you because you will be focused on your achievement. The uplifting charge you get will enable you to deal with all the negative forces in your world without infringing upon your focus.
When you sow the seed of expectation of achievement in your spirit, all you need to do is work through the season of waiting for the harvest and you will reap your rewards. The harvest you will reap will lead you to your WHY in Life!
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