Is what can be, to be?

Dec 20 - Is what can be, to be? Is all that you are working on right now leading you to where you want to be heading? Is how you are prioritizing evidence of what you know can be? Or are you beginning to doubt that what you are trying to achieve can be done because you seem to always be distracted by a myriad of other things? Are you beginning to lose hope as life and demands seem to always get in your way? 


With a new year just around the corner, now is the time to fully commit to what you ultimately desire. Our ability to manifest what we want to happen in our lives is stronger than we think. It just takes focus and an unwavering determination to get there because we believe in our heart we were meant to accomplish and reap the rewards of what we ultimately accomplish. It just takes having an unwavering can-do attitude. CAN DO stands for Conscientious Action Nurtures Desired Outcome. When you fully embrace a can-do spirit, you truly can be unstoppable. 


Take an MM&I Moment to awaken to your own power to create and take action. Realign your "what can be" to a CAN DO way of thinking.  Answer these questions. What are you conscientiously doing to move you forward? What are you consciously or subconsciously doing that is holding you back? What actions can you take to nibble away at a challenge or obstacle? What actions can you take to relieve you from some of the distractions you continuously seem to face? How are you nurturing the possibilities with consistent effort? How are you nurturing yourself to be at your best? What are your ultimate desires as you strive towards your goal? What is your ultimate outcome that you will realize by achieving this goal? As you review your list of answers to these questions, prioritize the actions you can take and then conscientiously nurture each action taken to your desired outcome. Little by little, and then leap by leap, you will realize that what can be, will be.  


Wide Awake Quote of the Week

“Nothing external to you has any power over you.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson


Yours in dreaming WIDE awake,