The life, the career, the partner you want, they come available when you choose to stay open to possibility
As we enter the year of 2020, take a moment to look back on the previous decade. Who did you become? What did you choose to add into your life, or cut out of your life because it no longer served you? What were the highlights, and what would you have done differently if you were given the choice?
Our lives are a result of the thoughts we think and the actions we take. The actions we take are our own personal choices, actions that we are completely responsible for.
We all make choices that we wish we could go back and re-do, but the fun part about life is that there are no do-overs. Everything you are living with right now has been a result of your choices, take a moment to accept that they have been perfect, and that you are exactly where you need to be right now.
Make the choice to spend the next decade living for you
What does it feel like when you look at your current life situation? Does it feel light and fun, or does it feel heavy and stressful? How does work feel to you right now, are you doing something that you truly enjoy doing?
If the answer is no, that is perfect, because you are at least in a place now of knowing what you do not want for yourself. Abraham-Hicks states that knowing what you don’t want is a powerful part of discovering what it is that you do want.
If you aren’t living the life you truly want, then who’s life are you living? Are you staying at a job simply because you receive a bi-weekly pay check, even though it may not be the amount of money you want to be making? Are you staying in a position that pleases everybody but yourself?
Good news: If the people you’re living to please right now don’t support you when you choose to make a change in your life, then it is a reflection of their own judgements, not your flaws.
People that are supposed to be in your life, these people will support you no matter what. These people are the ones that want to see you grow and expand, not shrink back and contract into a smaller version of yourself.
Again, commit to living the next ten years in alignment with the life situation that you truly want for yourself
Life happens fast, nothing is to be taken for granted, time is the most valuable asset we have. Even if you lost all your money today, you can easily make it back. The same cannot be said about time.
Ask yourself, “what do I want the next ten years to look like? Who am I as I enter the year 2030? Where do I live, who are my friends, what does my work look like, how much fun am I having?”
Find this vision, create a plan of action, and love every moment along the way.