Do Not Allow What You Can’t Do Interfere With What You CanBy
Think about your typical workday. Chances are, once you finished your morning cup of coffee or tea, there are about 15 dozen things that need to be accomplished, and all of them are demanding your attention right away. So, like any normal person, you prioritize the items, making a list. So which do you do first? If you’re like most people, you do what you can first, and what you take enjoyment from. This is a great way to boost your confidence, and get a wonderful and productive start to the day. However, there are those things on the list that you can’t do, and for many that nagging reality becomes a real obstacle.
It is important to remember that you can’t let the things that you cannot do, interfere with what you can do. Everyone has natural talents, or learned skills that allow them to resonate with certain tasks. Some people have a gift for working with statistics. Others can make the written word take your breath away. You might have a talent for motivating your co-workers to accomplish an arduous task through teamwork. Whatever your talent is, whatever shapes your passion takes; make sure you use it to the fullest potential.
Use Your Passion to Carry You Through the Day
If you allow your natural talents to help you excel at what you can do, you’ll find something strange and slightly wonderful will happen. Remember that extra boost of confidence that you felt as you completed that early morning task? Remember how good, how invincible you felt when you were doing something that you knew you were called to do? That same feeling and drive can be used to help carry you through those situations that normally you would avoid. That small left over list of things will be accomplished simply by using the drive and energy you feel from doing something that you are passionate about.
In a very real sense, finding your passion in life isn’t just about doing what you love all the time. There will be times when the mundane tasks of the day will rear up and demand attention. However, by using the energy and skills that you can gain from your passions, you can find new and creative ways to accomplish those tasks at the bottom of your list.
So the next workday that greets you with a stack of papers in your inbox, remember that your passion and your drive can help see you through them all. By learning how to harness the energy that is supplied by your passion, and the confidence inspired by your skill and talent, there is nothing that cannot be accomplished.
All you have to do is take the first step and give it a try.
To help you along I’ve included a audio you can download to Overcome blocks to success with EFT.