Imagine a Life...
By Rob McBride
Imagine a life where you have confidence in yourself.
Imagine a life where you are tenacious in all that you do.
Imagine a life where you take initiative to achieve your dreams.
Imagine a life where you tolerate those things you don't like.
Imagine a life where you are helpful to other people.
Imagine a life where you have a burning desire.
Imagine a life where you flow and grow with time.
Imagine a life where you laugh at life instead of cry.
Imagine a life where you adapt easily to change and challenge.
Imagine a life where you make decisions based on your principles.
Imagine a life where you are curious to learn more about what you do.
Imagine a life where you live with passion and determination.
Imagine a life where you bounce back from adversity.
Imagine a life where you implement and instigate.
"How is this possible?" you might ask. It is difficult to be the "perfect" person who integrates each of these qualities which a "good" person "should" have. What is possible is to determine what we most desire and focus on this quality.
For example, if we determine the most important thing in our lives is love, we simply have to give lots of love. While not all will return our love, some will. If we determine what we most want in life is money, all we have to do is focus all of our time and energy in generating money. Eventually, we will do it. It's possible other things may be lacking in our lives, though money will not be one of them.
We can live the life we dream and imagine. We simply need to be very clear about what we really want and not disperse our energy in so many different directions. When our desire is well defined, the next step is to breathe it and integrate it into everything we do. By doing this we can stop imagining and begin living.
The elements I mention in "Imagine a Life" form an integral part of my conferences and workshops. If you would like to do more than just imagine the life you desire, give me a call and I would be thrilled to share with your organization or group!
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