Three words came to me from my ancestors this morning, and I was told to share them with you.
…Focus, Faith @ Follow Through.
I hope you remember these words. I plan to remember them.
I believe that if you can remember these words on a daily basis for at least 90 days, amazing things can happen for you. There can be a tremendous shift not only in your life but in your lifestyle.
And some things you’re struggling with right now will become distant memories.
You can go from feeling stuck to feeling free…
And from feeling unsure to feeling empowered. And from barely surviving to thriving.
How does this sound to you? What would a more empowered life look like or feel like for you?
Focus, Faith and Follow Through is important to me right now because I’m on an international book tour to promote my book, Meditations Across The King’s River.
However, I’m still doing spiritual consultations for clients, and I’m still working on my film bit by bit.
This month, April, I’ll be doing book signings in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
As I work with clients, sometimes it becomes clear that what’s holding them back is lack of focus. It’s not that they don’t have good ideas; sometime the real issue is that they are chasing too many good ideas.
Here’s the thing. If everything is your focus, then nothing is your focus. Narrow your goals down to one or two things.
And faith? Without faith it’s hard to stay energized, or draw the right resources or people to you. And without faith you’ll give up when you should keep going, even if you’re on the verge of success.
And follow through? Nothing can happen without it.
I hope you can remember these words — focus, faith and follow-through, for at least 90 days, my friend. I don’t know what your aspirations are but I know you deserve better. We all do.
What you envision for your life is possible.
I would love to know what you would like to achieve in the next 90 days. Feel free to write and I will respond as soon as possible.
Until then, may the ancestors continue to guide and protect you.
Author Meditations Across The King’s River