There Will Always Be Something “Going On”
I was on a coaching call with one of my private clients the other day and we were discussing her desire to host her first live event.
Her concern was that there were a lot of things “going on” in her personal life and she wouldn’t have the time to focus on planning the event.
But by the end of the call, together we were able to come up with a plan that would allow her to fulfill her dream of hosting the event AND be fully supported so she wouldn’t be so stressed out in the process.
Essentially, my question to her and to you was:
If not now…WHEN?
If you read my last post, I shared about some of the challenges I’ve recently experienced.
Life happens. Curveballs get thrown at you.
And unfortunately, you can’t predict them.
Especially when you’re upleveling on the path to manifest your vision.
So you can’t base your actions on what’s “going on” in your life.
Because there will ALWAYS be something “going on.”
There will NEVER be a time when life is absolutely perfect and nothing is happening within you or in your family or at work or in your business or with your health or with your kids, etc.
As I like to say –
Life does what it does.
But here’s the thing:
Just because you have lots of stuff “going on” in your life doesn’t mean you have to put your dreams on hold!
It doesn’t mean you have to stop taking action on your goals.
It just means you need to get support and find people to help you so that you can keep moving forward.
Not slow down.
Not take a break.
Not wait until next year.
But keep moving forward.
Because “taking a break” from your goals can easily turn into years of procrastination and self-sabotage, preventing you from ever reaching your full potential.
And that’s one of the worst things you can do to yourself.
So I’m curious…
What dream would you pursue if you didn’t have so much “going on” in your life?
Post a comment below and let me know.
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