You do not have to feel like you are carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders. Realize that you can achieve the success you want in life, but you must first discover your authentic self. Through this journey into your inner core, your soul, you are able to shape your life into whatever it is you seek.
Do you feel like every time you turn around, you are facing mission impossible? Nothing you do is working out the way you want it. You appear to be running in circles and you keep having the same situations come up in your life. Does that sound like you? You want to manifest for your lifeyour heart’s desire and reach your highest potential but everything fizzles. Perhapsyouhave become your worst own enemy?
With the holiday season upon us, we often find ourselves placing high expectations on the way we want our holiday to turn out. To avoid becoming sad or being let down, maybe, in advance, you should try to manage your expectations? It doesn’t just have to be the holiday’s either, if you are planning a trip, your wedding or anything that requires your input, it is only natural to bolster up your enthusiasm and raise your expectations, so you can reach your highest potential.
Do you feel stuck? Is your temper out of control? Are you a person who lacks self-control or maybe even sufficient determination to stick to a plan?
Those were the words of Misty May-Treanor and her partner, Kerri Walsh after they won their third Olympic gold medal in volleyball.
We tend to drift in our lives and give into negative circumstances; in other words, we lose sight of our goal. If you are like me and desire to manifest for your life your highest potentiality then you must be consistent and tie your hopes to your Heavenly Father’s promise.
I, for one, have been impatient more often than none in my life. My expectations to receive something more than I already have has often frustrated me and caused me to be annoyed with my situation and myself.
In an age where technology appears to rule the day and the sky is virtually the limit in what we can achieve, I often find that many of our youth seem to have the most difficulty adapting to their new roles