A fulfilling life doesn’t just happen. It is intentionally created. If you want to live life to the fullest, you must start thinking with intent. The thoughts that got you here will not get you there. Second, you must start acting on those thoughts with intent. If you continue to do what you’ve always done, you’ll continue to get what you’ve always got. I know, I know… you’ve heard that one before, but if you’re not applying that time honored wisdom, what’s the use of having heard it? To know and not do is to not know. To live life to the fullest, you must take specific intentional steps to make it happen.
The choice is yours. You can intentionally create a better life and live it to the fullest or you can make excuses, but you can’t do both. Which one will it be?
Sure, some effort on your part will be necessary, but what is your life worth? Where are you already exerting energy and effort in your life with minimal or no returns? Would you be open to borrowing some time and energy from that less productive area in order to begin creating a better life?
It’s your life, you know your situation better than I do. What I do know for certain, however, is… nobody is going to do it for you. Repeat after me, “If it is to be, it is up to me!” If you didn’t feel anything after saying that, keep saying it until you do.
Regardless of what you’re feeling right now, you can begin to live life to the fullest by adopting these practices.
- Think BIG with intent. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mahatma Gandhi both regretted not dreaming bigger. Imagine what more they would’ve accomplished if they had. Wow! Stop thinking small.
- Never leave the site of a big thought without taking some sort of intentional action toward its manifestation. Nothing happens until something moves, and the faster you move the more likely it will be.
- Take risks, calculated and responsible risks, but risks nonetheless. Actually, you don’t have a choice. By not taking risks, you are taking the biggest risk of all, so be intentional about it.
- Proceed as if anything is possible, because it is. Don’t focus on why something can’t be done, but rather place your focus on how something can be done.
- Never stop learning. Your education begins once you know it all.
Your life is what you will make of it, always has been and always will be. Regardless of how easy I make this or how simply I explain it, I understand “You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink.” There’s only so much I can do for you. At some point, to begin to live life to the fullest, you will have to take the actions necessary to quench your thirst.
The cold hard truth is that some will drink, and some will not. I hope you are one that drinks. So many people love to learn, but fail to do. This is not your learn over, it’s your “do over.”
The above practices will put you on track to start over and live life to the fullest, but it doesn’t end there. A complete step-by-step plan is awaiting you within the easy-to-read pages of Do Over.
Before you begin to read Do Over, however, let’s identify and rid your life of the destructive habits that brought you to your current situation in the first place. Click here to take The Intentional Creation Assessment. This complimentary assessment (it won’t cost you a thing) will measure your unique habits of thinking and identify the dangers associated with your habits.
You see, how we think impacts how we act, and those actions create our future. By using this simple and complimentary assessment we can measure with laser accuracy how you think and then provide the time-tested principles, practices and processes needed to eliminate your destructive habits of thinking. When the old habits are gone, there will be room to insert new intentional thoughts and actions to create a fulfilling life.
It’s kind of like clearing and cleaning your desk before you begin to work. No, it’s exactly like that. With a clean working space, results seem to come with greater comfort and ease.
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