Consistent good habits are the compound interest of our success across every aspect of life, work and relationships.
Goals reflect our perception of success, they are an end result that we want to embrace, experience and fully relish – mind, body, heart and soul.
Our aligned good habits are part of the process of getting the results that we desire with more energy, vitality and focus … less resistance, chaos and self-doubt.
Our new goals require that we check in with our present day habits and perhaps refresh some of them, ditch the controversial ones and start leaning into building new supportive ones.
Divergent habits can cripple our will and ability to succeed while well matched habits can exponentially boost our consciousness, confidence and commitment to achieving our goals.
What habits will support you on your journey to the promised land? What habits will help you to cultivate your success? 🦋
Is your focus encouraging your highest vision of yourself, your life and professional endeavours to unfold? If not, why not? What’s the distraction? 🦋
‘Every time you don’t follow your inner guidance, you feel a loss of energy, loss of power, a sense of spiritual deadness.’ 🦋
~Shakti Gawain (1948-2018)
Our energy announces us before we speak. How are you being introduced?
Our energy has many manifestations including our appearance, creativity or destructiveness, how alive or lifeless we are, the tone of our emotions, our interpersonal skills and how people approach us.
How we see ourselves in the world has a significant impact on our energy. When we shift our outlook we shift our energy. When we shift our energy we transform the quality of our life experiences.
Observe your energy as you move through the day. Is it primarily high, conservative or low and how does your energy influence the quality of your experiences? 🦋
Belief follows consciousness.
Perspective follows belief.
Attitude follows perspective.
Focus follows attitude.
Creative energy follows focus.
~ Judit e. Szabo
To change anything we must be absolutely clear about what it is that we are committed to experiencing, accomplishing or attaining. Clarity of vision defines our focus while a blurry vision will undoubtedly give us random results.
~ Judit e. Szabo
Don’t dwell on what went wrong. Instead, focus on what to do next.
Spend your energies on moving forward toward finding the answer.
~ Denis Waitley