Friday, November 11, 2011

Focus on what you need, not on what you don't have.

Sometimes what we need and what we don't have sure seem like the same thing, don't they? After all, we look around and they're both nowhere to be found... but they are so completely different. In fact, one of them will NEVER be found.

You'll get what you look for... and if you look for nothing, that's exactly what you'll get.

The first thing to do is actually not focus on either one; not your need or your lack. Instead, the first thing to focus on is what you WANT. What's your desired outcome? How clearly do you see it? How badly do you want it?

And what are you willing to do to get it?

Then, and only then, will you be able to measure the distance between you and that vision.

When you do that, the needs will present themselves.

Not sure of the first step? Don't look for one. Look instead back at the vision, and see the need that's one step ahead of it... then in front of that one.

It's called "starting with the end in mind"

And just keep aiming back to you, now... step... by... step... need... by... need.

The first step will come to you... literally.

Then all you've got to do is take it.

Keep the light on,