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Let your Vision Pull you

Posted Oct 24 2011 6:07pm

How you start your day sets the tone for the day. After meditating I encourage people to focus on what they are grateful for. Focusing on what you are grateful for shifts how you think about your life, from what isn’t working to what is working.

And we know from doing the work that what we focus on expands. When we focus on our blessings and the joys in our life with the same intensity and passion that we had for the imperfections, our life miraculously becomes an exciting journey of discovery. Instead of thinking about the reasons and excuses you can’t have that life, think passionately about the life you can have.

Let your vision pull you in the direction of your deepest longing. Feel it, see it and see yourself being pulled toward what you love rather than wasting energy trying to avoid what you fear.

Focus on the possibilities, rather than the obstacles. Now is the time to become the person you have always wanted to be.

Live that life that you think about and sometimes feel is just outside your grasp. Now is the time, not later, to be that person and to live that life.

There will always be a few clues and signs that will guide you on your path. You might not notice them at first. Pay attention. They let you know you are on the right path. They become the foundation for your living the life you’ve always wanted.

There is an authentic you that wants to express itself through you. Use each day as an opportunity for that essential you to fully express itself more fully. Each person you meet is an instrument for you to be more fully you.

Choose to live authentically. Choose to live life fully. Choose happiness.



Mark Susnow, is an executive & life coach and speaker who inspires others to believe in themselves. He is passionate about life being an exciting journey of discovery. His enthusiastic and inspiring keynotes on change, leadership and connection thoroughly convey this message to his audiences. A former trial attorney for 30 years, he integrates what it takes to be successful in the world with the inner wisdom unfolded to him through years of yoga and meditation. He is the author of Dancing on the River…Navigating Life’s Changes.

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