Life eventually teaches us, you will not progress if you are in your own way.
To succeed in life requires a patent, unencumbered flow of energy into the project you are attempting to build.
Can you think of a time everything was ready to go but for some reason your project de-railed before it got up to speed?
Like the coyote chasing the roadrunner, some days seem to not go right in spite of the best of well laid plans.
Even a coyote can have his meal if he stops trying so hard and just allows the flow of things to develop in the true rhythm of life.
Some things can’t be forced into creation no matter how hard you try to have them.
What you are willing to create comes after tons of hard work and enough thought to form the content of your creation on paper.
You may find the artist slowly formulating a masterpiece before your very eyes is the hardest working person in the room.
Your masterpiece comes after many hours of blood, sweat and more of the same.
A blog had been in the mind for quite some time but could not create itself from nothing.
Someone had to take the time to lay it out and develop the content that would hopefully be read by the worldwide web.
We all know you will not be discovered by your readers if something is not presented that is worthy of being read.
When you are in your own way, time is not made available to do the things that are most needed for your success.
Most of us get in our own way, too busy to have the success of our dreams.
Real dreams come to you for their ultimate attainment.
It is up to you whether their attainment becomes a reality.
If schedules must be redone and prioritized so be it. Learn the two letter word that frees more time than an avalanche freeing snow from a steep mountain.
The word is “no” stated to those whose plans do not align with your dream you have decided to manifest from the spiritual side to the physical side of life.
No is a word with a lot of fire power behind it.
You are freed to achieve the most intimate desires of life, your dreams.
Are you in your own way when it is time to progress beyond mediocrity?
From the Diary of my enlightenment,
A.L. Clark, D.D.S. http://www.dentist4you.biz