The SIT. Powerful stuff. Taking time to internalize the big questions in your life can have a profound effect. Just sit still and listen. If you don’t know why you’re here…try approaching it from a different angle – why are you here and not somewhere else? Ask different questions. Adopt a fresh perspective.
Listen to your heart. Follow your procrastination. People tell you to ignore it – society tries to beat it out of you…but what if what you do when you avoid doing what you should be doing is the key to your purpose?!!?
I’m not saying that procrastination should become your new compass, however, it is a strong indicator of your preferences…take stock of what activities you default to when you’re avoiding ‘adulting’ [read: what you should be doing as an adult] – for instance, I tend to organize things. Before I learned how to train my mind, I would organize my pantry or under the bathroom sink anytime I needed to make follow-up calls for work. So while I’m still making follow-up calls for my vocation, I’ve put into motion a way to incorporate organizing things into my career.
If you can monetize your preferences and make that your career – then you will understand what it means when people say ‘love what you do and you’ll never work another day in your life’.
Think outside the box will give you a perspective to see things differently when you do that, you can find solutions to common problems. You’ll notice what your default is as long as you remain alert and vigilant and listen attentively. Believe in yourself. Don’t overthink every aspect. Trust the process.
- Focus on yourself and your truth – following your instinct will guide you back inside.
- Keep a positive mental state at all times – as much as possible. I tell my kids’ to ‘think happy thoughts’.
- Personal development. Living on purpose didn’t happen because of what I learned, it’s who I became. Invest in yourself.
- Turn the radio off – instead, listen to audios in the car…Marianne Williamson…A return to love is one I highly recommend.
- Follow the leader…emulate those who’ve had success that you want to replicate.
I am so grateful for the life I am living by growing into my best self.
My commitment to the SIT led me to realize the following:
- My vibration determines my mindset and my mindset determines my vibration.
- Before entering my office to write real estate contracts, attend meetings or meet a new prospect, I listen to the song Hallelujah, Christmas edition by the Pentatonix.
- Wearing clothes that I feel comfortable in – I’ve got a power dress…I wear it for every contract. Simple. Black. Professional.
- An app called Synctuition has helped me block the noise so I could find my inner voice.
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