Wouldn’t it be great if we had buttons in life, you know like the one from that famous commercial? Think about it, every time you got to a point where you’re stuck, you could have a do over. It really does not matter whether you’ve made one step or none. Everything is still achievable as long as those associated thoughts keep plaguing you.
It’s never the end until you say it’s the end. Nor is it too late to start all over again. Life is very forgiving. You can press the reset button anytime you want and start from wherever you wish. Gone are the days of operating according to the time frame of those around you. Once you adopt the truth that you are right where you’re supposed to be, doing exactly what you need to be doing, it wouldn’t matter if you had to start over 100 times, just a long as you keep moving.
“You can’t state your position if you don’t know your condition”
Look at where you are and assess what you need to do to get to the next level. What happened the last time that didn’t work and what can you do now that is different? Only after self-examination can you move forward. There has never been a successful man who has ever just winged it. He had to be intentional about his movements and so do you. Even if you think the steps are too small, they are steps of progress. Don’t beat yourself up about how long it’s taking you to do something. Rather, look at the lessons you learned along the way, assess your steps and move forward. If time is your issue, examine where you are giving your most attention. Don’t be the one staring at other’s websites or social media or sitting in their classes wishing you were where they are. Build your own!
Everyone needs someone. In order for you to know some things, you have to ask. Research those that are in your immediate and not so immediate circles and see what is available to you. You may be surprised to know it’s more out there than what you think. Everything that has turned into something huge started as a small idea. So stop, assess, correct and keep going. Soon your reset button will be working for you and you’ll be on your way.
Written By: Joyanne Lawrence
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