Life is a Revelation…be encouraged

The first two sentences is as far as many of us are willing to go. We are intellectually willing to accept their Truth. Where we struggle is with the last sentence. Taking action can be interpreted as work, where the rubber meets the road, where the tough get going, where we have to stretch.
Be encouraged!

Bright, shiny objects!

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  1. MysteryCoach on said:

    and learn what we need to do…sometimes we simple do not know exactly what we need to do, to get here… Yup. πŸ™‚ And then we can learn that, but it popped into my head and out of my fingertips. πŸ™‚

    • Odd you should mention this very aspect. Lately I have had conversations with people who admit they have no idea what to do with the circumstances they are in. They know there ought to be answer, and most even admit there IS an answer, but they don’t see it. They have all said, “I don’t know what to do. Just tell me, and I’ll do it.”

      Be encouraged!

      • MysteryCoach on said:

        Depends on what it is, I’ve struggled with the same thing, not knowing exactly what to do. For myself, I google a question and see what comes up if I can’t figure it out, I write about it and see what I really feel about something. And there’s nothing like good input and some free mind time to try and think something through either. I need that too.

      • The “free mind time” is my main source of thinking it through. Fortunately I have the luxury of living on acreage where I can simply get out and walk in our woods or close the door to my office without fear our employees will believe I’m on Facebook or watching porn….hahaha.

        Be encouraged!

      • MysteryCoach on said:

        That sounds wonderful ! I love doing that. Where I live it’s very congested and it’s not the same as walking out into the woods. Well… it’s none of their business anyway what you’re doing is it? πŸ™‚

        I’m encouraged!

      • You are right…it is none of their business, but it is at times extremely difficult to get them to believe I am hard at work when they find me sitting at my desk, with my feet up looking out the window….hahaha….but God how I love it.

        Be encouraged!

      • MysteryCoach on said:

        Tell them you’re in the middle of strategic planning.

        Maybe close the door LOL !

        I remember we had this one boss who used to stroll in at 11:00 a.m. and we’d be upset and then he pointed out a couple of things to us all.

        1. He stayed till 10 at night.
        2. It wasn’t any of our business what he was doing anyway…

        We’re each accountable for what we’re doing while at work regardless of our boss. Unless my boss isn’t there and I need him for something and lacks accountability, THEN we have a problem cuz I’m not taking that fall πŸ™‚

      • I understand the staying late part…the clock reads 12:45am and I’m still at my office…but I’ll be back before 8:30…I just did the math and that isn’t too long from now…ouch.

        Be encouraged!

      • MysteryCoach on said:

        I guess if you take a mind break by staring out the window, it doesn’t matter.. πŸ™‚

      • …and I love those mind breaks… πŸ™‚

        Be encouraged!

      • MysteryCoach on said:

        Me too… πŸ™‚ That’s what they make windows for… and WOODS!

      • …that is a very good point…in fact just prior to receiving your comment I was doing a little woods watching…hope you are having a great Wed.

        Be encouraged!

      • MysteryCoach on said:

        Ugh… that’s wonderful πŸ™‚ good for you ! I love that.

        I am, thank you, you too … you know, Wonderful Wednesday.

  2. Yep, taking action, especially the right action, can be the tough part!

  3. Action is indeed necessary, but action that follows as a natural result of inspiration is effortless. So the issue is not about taking action, the issue is to become inspired.

    The reason we don’t get inspired is that we have weak beliefs. We don’t believe our action would yield results, or that the action will be too painful.

    Therefore, what we have to work on is our beliefs. A belief is simply a thought you keep thinking. To change your beliefs you must “brainwash” yourself with things you would like to believe.

  4. Yes. When we are inspired and know something will happen, we easily and eagerly take action.

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