Notice I am asking if you “want” more and not if you need more?
Everybody thinks they need more and although I concede that many do, many also do not.
They have too much and that is their problem.
…but that’s for another day.
So back to you (if the shoe fits)…
Do you want more for your practice and your life?
If you do, then you can’t be afraid of growth.
Growth is change and in order for growth to occur, you must change how you think and what you do.
What you have (and don’t have) is merely a reflection of your thoughts, beliefs, and actions (or lack of).
See, many people are afraid of thinking and doing differently….
- Less fear
- Less blame
- Letting go of the past
- Focusing on the day at hand
- More action
- More investment
- More risk
- Maybe more work
- More happening all at once, all of the time
- More speed
How does that sound to you?
What do you need to work on?
What are you willing to work on?
What will you actually work on?
What will you get done?
How about today?
How about now?