What are you waiting for?

May 27, 2013 - What are you waiting for? Is there something you really hope to do someday, but it is still on your "bucket list" of desires? Do you have specific goals that you believe must wait to be achieved or taken more seriously?  Are you fooling yourself into believing that when you get more money, have more time, find the right partner, the right employee, the right anything, then you can proceed? The real question is: "What are you waiting for?"  Many of us are enjoying this Memorial Day as a holiday, remembering those people who devoted their lives in armed services in order for us to enjoy the freedom that we too often take for granted each day. It is our freedom to choose our next steps and actions that have the greatest power over our belief of what we can actually do right now. Part of becoming all that you can be is in pursuing all that you desire because your desires represent the very essence of you.

 

Take an MM&I Moment to list all those things you are waiting to begin. List anything that you believe must wait, even though you would love to begin it now if you thought that you could. List any goals that you have put off taking action on because you think they must be delayed for some reason. Now list something you can do right now with all of these things in order to progress them even the slightest step forward. Most of the men and women who gave up their lives in service to our country were young, hopeful, and committed to knowing they were making a positive difference. Each and every one of them will be remembered for their dedication and sacrifice to a greater good.  Their lives were cut short due to their courageous spirit and patriotic belief in what our country represents. To honor them, embrace the freedom they fought for you to keep through not waiting, but having the courage to march forward and see your hopes and dreams come into being now. 

  

Synergized Quote of the Week

"Life is a lively process of becoming." - General Douglas MacArthur

 

Yours in synergistic thinking,

 

Sherre'

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