Graduation time is here, and most students have their life planned out for at least the next 4 years minimum if they plan to attend college. 2 years if they are going to trade school or obtaining an associate’s degree. Those that have obtained their degrees have many thoughts, plans, and goals in place that they are anxious to start working on. The Good News Notebook would like to help with keeping you positive and motivated while you take the next journey in your life.
As you give thought to your future – your future that may be 10 years; your future that may be five years; or your future that is 60 days away – you actually start pre-paving. And afterward, as you move into those pre-paved moment, and as that future turns into your present, you fine-tune it by saying ‘This is the thing that I now want.’ And those contemplation that you have set forth about your future, directly down to this minute when you are presently aiming what move you need to make, will all fit together to bring you decisively that which you now need to live.” – Abraham
The progressions we wish to get generally happen over time. In spite of the fact that we might want to bounce from beginning to end, and procure instant accomplishment, there are a couple of steps we have to take care of while moving in the direction of our objectives and dreams:
We have to realize what we need.
We have to accept that we can have what we need.
We have to escape from our own particular way by recognizing and discharging the objects that may be hindering our success.
We have to be willing to develop. Change inevitably calls for expanding our comfort places.
We have to follow through and take action that moves us in the course we wish to go.
We need individuals who have confidence in us and support us when doubt surface and the going gets intense.
We may need to learn new aptitudes or add to the ones we have so as to achieve the level of ability needed to make the lives we adore.
We should likewise create priorities, centering our consideration on the goals and dreams that matter most. This can be a challenge, particularly for those of us who have been taught to set our goals aside,
and concentrate on others’ needs first. Social standards and old ideal models may have us think other, yet wise keeping an eye on our dreams doesn’t make us selfish. It makes us solid, forms our self-regard and prompts self-satisfaction. As we learn to care for our dreams, we achieve a feeling of parity, and can care for others from a position of vitality, quality and wholeness.
As we change and develop, we turn into a greater gift to others. Our lives serve to move the individuals who witness our change and take into consideration new levels of recuperating and satisfaction for all concerned, we included.
Do you know what you want? If not, recall on the things that have brought you satisfaction and delight and start to do them. At that point, affirm that you should have a life you adore. Be willing to develop, and take inspired actions. Search out individuals who will champion you so you can take off to new levels of bliss and satisfaction, and find what you have to realize or know keeping in mind the end goal to understand your dream and goals.
Utilize the following affirmation as a day by day practice to remind yourself that you can have what you need and can accomplish it.
Affirmation: I recognize what I want and I have the strength needed to achieve it.
Here’s to a brilliant new future!