Pt. 2 of How we bought our house…
Where do you start when you desire something that is outside of your comfort zone and therefore stirs up all kinds of resistance?
Glad you asked. You start with a VISION.
If you missed last week’s post, take a beat and read HERE for an intentional and simple take on writing a vision (that I guarantee will set you up for success).
For those of you who have your vision around something you desire, this is where manifestation enters the picture. First, I must set the record straight. Praying and reading your vision every day is NOT going to deliver the results you might read on social media.
Connecting with your vision daily is key, you must put structure around your vision, so that you align intentional action with your intention. Think about it. This is why most New Year’s Resolutions fail. My friend Jen decides she wants to lose 15 pounds so she can feel lighter and run a half marathon later in the year. Jen claims she’s going to go to workout 3x a week and eat healthier. While that might sound like structure, it’s lacking a few important pieces that will support her on the days that she feels like skipping her workout and eating ice cream.
If you really want to actualize your vision, here’s the tried and true structure I use that turns my goals into a project, making it much more attainable:
1) WHY is this desire/ goal important to you?
Note: We often ignore this as we’re so attached to the result, but the process can be equally as fulfilling as the result
(which you’ve likely already done)
In other words a what by when. This is often where people get tripped up, because they don’t declare what they’re going to do by when and so very little movement happens.
Just like children, we to follow through when rewarded along the way. What will you gift yourself when you complete each declaration?
(This is your project plan so you get to decide)
You can complicate this all you want, but I find the above structure has served me in creating a very lucrative business w/ the type of clients that truly inspire me, a house that I love calling home, a marriage I’m proud of and so much more.
What small action will you take by this Friday to continue to actualize your biggest desire?
I believe in you,
Tags: comfortzone, house, leadership, structure, vision.