Nurture all of your ideas. It may be difficult at times, but don’t allow your goals to interfere with one another. If you can envision it-you have the power to make it happen. There’s no such thing as having “too many eggs in the basket” when it comes to creating the life you want.
Yes…..You get back what you put out, but there has to be an exception for ignorance.
Create your lane outside of the box, there is more room to maneuver. Most people are comfortable inside and you don’t have to worry too much about them veering over, because you now fall into the category of “weird”.
Create your own opportunities, it’s a sure way to end up in the role that fits you best. The first step in this journey is “stillness”. Sit with yourself-hear your soul-disregard any notions that aren’t your own-and don’t question what is revealed to you. Sometimes the depth of our own potential can be a little intimidating. We’re afraid of failure-we don’t trust our own abilities. Believe in the vision you have for your life. May it fuel your ambition.
We all have journeys and no two journeys are the same. We sometimes get caught up in comparing our experiences with the experiences of others. Yes we all experience death, heartache, and a host of other things, but we don’t “experience” them the same. We’re all wired differently, so we don’t get to determine what another person’s response/reaction should be to whatever is going on in their lives. Too many people have judgmental spirits and the bottom line is…”that’s not cool”. Let people live their lives and you go ahead and live yours. The next time you find yourself speaking about someone in a negative light, especially in regards to things that have nothing to do with you. Think really hard. Trust me you’ll find more valuable use for that time. I’ve never met anyone with a perfect life and even perfection requires maintenance.
Be innovative-create your own lane(s). The worst thing YOU can do is get caught up in trying to “beat” someone else on the path that is destined FOR THEM.
Strive to be seen for who you really are.