Tapping Into The Infinite Creative Well

May 27, 2014 by  
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the infinite creative well As recently as 3 years ago, I thought I wasn’t that creative. I’d been blogging for years, I’d written 2 ebooks and enough articles to fill 6 books, I’d had all sorts of creative ideas…but I wasn’t ‘creative’. Ok, I could write a bit, but other creative pursuits were off limits as “I’m no good at” them. Then I learnt (thanks to the fabulous Jamie Ridler) it’s not about getting it right, it’s about expressing your creativity and having fun with it.

Many of us were shut down as kids when we tried something and someone else said it was rubbish. So we stopped doing it, even though we had fun. What a shame. Not only that we stopped having fun, but that we bottled up our creativity just because some pinch-faced fool didn’t appreciate our genius. :-D And what a shame that we believed that it had to be ‘good’, that it couldn’t just be a ‘first draft’ or even just a creative outlet.

So we stop creating out of a belief that we’re ‘not creative’ and a fear that we’re ‘not good enough’ to create. Bullshit. Creativity isn’t something you are or are not, it’s something you tap into – we all have the capacity to create…all we need to do is tap into the infinite creative well.

Yes, some people are naturally good painters or writers or sculptors…but you don’t have to be naturally good at any creative endeavour to have fun with it. Maybe you can’t paint like Picasso, or make music like Mozart, or write like William Shakespeare – but you can be creative in your own way. And I bet that there is some creativity in you that is crying out to be expressed. Expressing creativity is not about creating a masterpiece, it’s just about allowing your creative energy a chance to come out, to dance, to be joyously allowed.

And let me point something out here – it is an INFINITE creative well. There is no end to it. The more I’ve created, the more I’ve allowed myself to tap into the creative well, the more creative fun I’ve had, the more creative ideas I’ve had. Allowing yourself to tap into the creative well and have it pour through you is fun, plus the more you practice creativity, the stronger your connection to it gets and the more you can and will do. Many of us have a deep need to create, to express, even if we’re not ‘creative’ or ‘arty’.

Stop stoppering yourself up – let yourself have fun and create.

What creative outlet will you choose next? Painting, drawing, knitting, sewing, crocheting, writing, sculpture, collage, colouring, photography, graphic design, gardening, pottery, jewelry-making, singing, dancing, playing an instrument, writing a song, acting… the list could go on for hours.

Do it just because it appeals to you. Because it’s fun…and the more you practice, the more you’ll find your creative muscles strengthening. It’s so freeing to do something creative – even something you suck at! I ‘started’ (after having been writing for 7 years) by writing the Morning Pages; then I took a jewelry making class, then I started drawing stick people and learned to use paint.net to make them vibrant and gorgeous…

…you’ve seen some of them in my articles. I’m no Serious Artist, let’s be honest – but who cares? I’ve had fun, I’ve made a point, and I may have raised a smile or two. :-D What’s next on my creative adventure? Who knows, but I do know this fun creative journey will never end. If you haven’t already, start yours today – I promise you won’t regret it!

Let me know where your creative journey is going next in the comments below!

Love

Donna.x

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Podcast: Lack of Money and Your Big Dream

October 29, 2013 by  
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Listen here:

Or download to your computer by right clicking here: Lack of Money And Your Big Dream

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4 top tips for stopping lack of money from stopping you going after your Big Dream
1. Get clear – exactly how much do you need? It may be less than you think…
2. Get creative – how else could you do what you want to do cheaper, or differently?
3. Start saving – you know how much you need, now start your savings. Never mind if you can’t afford to save much, save what you can. The sooner you start saving, the sooner you’ll have the money.
4. Ask for help – get your friends to help you get creative, or get what you want to do done. And don’t forget to ask your spiritual team!


You can also subscribe to this podcast on itunes here.

May all your dreams become reality.

Love

Donna.x

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OnTheBeach: What is Your Big Dream?

May 9, 2013 by  
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What is your Big Dream? What do you really want for your life? What do you daydream about? What are your heart and soul whispering to you? What is it that makes your eyes go round and your mind whisper “I could have THAT, I could do that? Really? Wow”. What’s your Big Dream?

What is Your Big Dream

Clarity about your Big Dream is magical…when you are really clear about your destination, it is much easier to get there. Some Big Dreams are very exact, for example “Write a Book”, “Travel the World”, “Start a Business”. Others are a little more general “Create a life I love”, “Live Creatively”, “Live Adventurously”, “Have the freedom to follow my inspiration wherever it may lead” (that last one is mine). It doesn’t matter how exact or general
your Big Dream is, what matters is that you acknowledge it, admit it, claim it.

Big Dreams, by their very definition, are scary. They’re BIG. They require us to stretch and grow and get out of our comfort zone. They require us to get over our shit. They require us to be vulnerable and courageous. They require us to risk failure – often more than once. They ask a lot of us. They ask us to be all of who we are capable of being, and more than we know we are capable of. They demand that we realise our own light, our own brilliance, out
capabilities.

Because they demand so much, and sometimes we just cannot believe it’s possible to have what we want, we dismiss them as ‘just a daydream’ (no such thing, by the way, I’ll talk about that another time!), or believe WE can’t do that. But that Dream doesn’t go away you know…it stays, whispering to you, begging you to hear it, to acknowledge it, asking you to believe in it. To believe in you. You see, that Big Dream chose YOU. Our Big Dreams come from a Divine call, whatever your definition of that divinity is. They are inspired, they are soul-calls, they are not going to go away just because you ignore them!

They believe in you. And they will keep whispering in the silence of your heart and soul, if only you will take some time to hear them. To acknowledge them, even though you are scared, even though you don’t believe in yourself fully, even though you don’t know if you can…hear your Big Dreams anyway. Give them a chance to inspire you, to help you grow and change and discover your gifts and talents and brilliance (trust me, you have gifts and talents and
brilliance in abundance).

What is your Big Dream? What do you really want for your life? What do you daydream about? What are your heart and soul whispering to you? What is it that makes your eyes go round and your mind whisper “I could have THAT, I could do that? Really? Wow”. What’s your Big Dream?

You may not know exactly what you want from life yet – and that’s ok too. Once you open up, once you start to listen, once you start exploring, your Big Dream will reveal itself to you. And you may realise that you knew all along – for example I always knew I wanted to write and have my own business, I just didn’t know how I could possibly do that. Once I let go of the idea of being a traditional fiction ‘author’ (although that’s still in there, whispering!), I discovered how that looks and works for me right now. It will change, Dreams do that!

This month’s Daily Practice: Listen to Your Soul will help you discover your Dream, or progress your Dream if you know it already. And of course, once your Big Dream starts to become clear, the Dreams to Reality journal stands ready to help you get it moving, inexorably and inevitably into reality. Making a Big Dream come true is a joyful journey of discovery, with highs and lows and joys and sorrows and terrors and dances…and it starts with knowing what your Big Dream is.

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Answer the question: What is your Big Dream? Try not to censor yourself! Write down what you really want, not just what you think you might be able to have. And if you want more inspiration and musings on all things Big Dream, check out the Dreams To Reality Podcast. Let me know what your Big Dream is – leave me a comment below.

Love

Donna.x

PS While moodling through the archives, I found this article Myths About Your Big Dream. If you haven’t already read it, it’s well worth a read!

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Tips From A Wild Donkey Rider

October 18, 2012 by  
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So last week, I took time out for the first time to Ride Wild Donkeys. In my morning pages, this is what my soul said on day 3: “Thank you for showing up 3 days in a row to Ride Wild Donkeys. Thank you for trusting in your (our) ideas. Thank you for moving forward without knowing how it will turn out. Thank you for your courage, your faith and your trust in me. Thank you.”

You’d think showing up to Ride Wild Donkeys (take product creation ideas forward) would be fairly easy huh? But as that comment from my soul shows, it takes courage, trust, faith and focus. It was fascinating how tough it actually was! On Day 1, I LOVED it, at the end of the day I wanted to spend all day every day creating new stuff, and I was mentally SPENT! My soul cup had been well and truly emptied!

Day 2 wasn’t quite such a success, I’d had a bad night’s sleep so didn’t get to work as early as I wanted, so I started the day with self-criticism on full blast. That wasn’t so much fun…and is NOT helpful for Wild Donkey Riding – if you manage to get on the Donkey at all, your self-abuse makes you fall off! So, I had to spend an hour sorting that out first before I could really get into it! Day 3 was only half a day, and as I so often do, I tried to squeeze too much into that half a day, making it almost impossible to be satisfied by the end of the day!

What was great was how much I learned about how I Ride Wild Donkeys…and how to support myself the best in it. Sometimes we try an experiment and if there’s some negatives, we view it as a failure. But it’s not. It’s given you lots of feedback about what works and what doesn’t, and will help you do better next time. So, from the one great day and one ‘meh’ day and one ‘too short’ day’s Wild Donkey Riding, here’s my ten top tips:

1. Log out of facebook, twitter and e-mail. If you have to log in for a specific task, do said task and LOG OUT again. If possible, wait until the end of the day to do that task. Social media and e-mail are too tempting and too distracting.
2. Bring your journal/morning pages to the party – write before you start, write when you get stuck, write when you feel you need to move through something, write when your inner critic pops up, write when you want to give yourself a hi-5, write to clear your mind and focus your mind and encourage your creativity out to play.
3. Take time to meditate – this will help clear your mind and bring wonderful creative ideas to the fore.
4. Go with the flow of your energy – if your energy is dipping, get up and dance, or stretch, or get outside for a few minutes – do whatever you need to do to re-energise. Don’t just keep your nose to the grindstone…it’s counter-productive!
5. Put your phone on silent – it’s another distraction, get rid of it.
6. Choose which donkeys you will ride…if new donkeys show up, write them down for the next donkey riding day. In my half-day of Wild Donkey Riding, I realised it was stupid to try to ride all 3 of the Wild Donkeys I was working on – it spread my energy and time too thin.
7. Cover up the time on your computer, hide your clock. ‘What time it is’ is another distraction. If you need to stop by a certain time, set an alarm.
8. Keep a list of things to do AFTER so they don’t distract you DURING. It’s so easy to get distracted by one random thought after another. When you’re riding wild donkeys, don’t do anything else!
9. Have fun!
10. Switch off your inner critic. Seriously, give them a day off!

Although I am a fan of the ‘chipaway’ method of getting stuff done, when it comes to getting product ideas off the ground, I’m converted to Riding Wild Donkeys! When you work this way you can really immerse yourself in the project, following the wonderful energy of creation without having to stop every five minutes to tick off another thing from the to-do list! There is no place to hide when you’re working on something exclusively.

So many times last week I found my fingers itching to open facebook or twitter or e-mail to distract myself from an uncomfortable feeling, a fear, a sudden dip in confidence, a mind-blank. Because I couldn’t, I worked through a LOT of stuff! Having no place to hide can also feel like a bad thing, but if you want to achieve more in your life, it’s good to hold your heels to the fire occasionally (metaphorically, DO NOT do this in ‘real’ life!)

When you immerse yourself in a project (or 3!), shit gets done! OMG does shit get done! Once I’d stopped beating myself up for everything I hadn’t done last week, I realised just how much progress I’d made. In 3 days, more progress than I had in the previous 3 months! Ouch. Another good thing is the use of sparkly pens and post-it notes! That could just be me, but the Riding of Wild Donkeys did take a lot of stationery love from me!

And of course, your soul cup is empty at the end of the day. Because you haven’t been piddling about on Facebook/Twitter/ E-mail/the endless to-do list, you are really giving everything you have to your creative project. Ok, by the end of the day you’re SPENT, you’re at the cutting edge of your comfort zone, and none of the busy work gets done…but other than that, I’m a HUGE fan! I’ve already diarised my donkey riding days for the next 3 weeks! Join me?

Love

Donna.x

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Podcast: You’ve Got What It Takes

October 16, 2012 by  
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 I saw this quote this morning “You’ve got what it takes, but it will take everything you’ve got”. When you give your all, you open the door to more – more creativity, more joy, more ideas, more energy, and you’ve got more to give. It’s awesome! So why wouldn’t we go all in? Here’s a few of the most common reasons: fear of failure, fear of success, lack of self-confidence, feeling unworthy, lack of role models who inspire you to greater. All of which can be overcome. Listen to find out more.

To listen to this week’s podcast, click here: You’ve Got What It Takes
(or to download to your computer, right click on the link and ‘save link as’ or ‘save target as’)

Homework
Part 1: Where are you holding back from giving everything you’ve got to your Big Dream?
Part 2: What would be different if you gave your all to your Big Dream?


You can also subscribe to this podcast on itunes here.

May all your dreams become reality.

Love

Donna.x

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Video: 5 Reasons To Do The Morning Pages

October 12, 2012 by  
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I was asked on Twitter “do the morning pages really work?” Firstly, I think you need to have NO expectations of your morning pages, or you will get fed up and give up too soon. Having said that, here’s my top 5 reasons to do the morning pages…
#1 – you clear all that icky, moany, whiny crap out of your head!
#2 – you get greater clarity about your life, and if you have clarity, you know exactly how to fix what’s broken and what specifically you want.
#3 – your inner self will start to pop up in your pages, your wise self that knows all.
#4 – Morning Pages tap directly into the huge amount of creative energy that is available to us. Want more creativity? Write the Morning Pages.
#5 – you can only moan about the same things for so long before a solution presents itself!

Here’s the link to the blog post about the Morning Pages Daily Practice.

Love

Donna.x

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Announcing the October Daily Practice: Morning Pages

October 1, 2012 by  
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My morning pages books

You may have already heard me discuss the Morning Pages on this blog or on Facebook. This is a practice I took on thanks to Jamie Ridler last May, and I haven’t looked back! I’ve now filled 9 books and countless pieces of paper, and I would no more drop this daily practice than I would the practice of brushing my teeth in the morning.

Julia Cameron prescribes this practice in her book, The Artist’s Way as a primary tool of creative recovery (here‘s a brief description of the practice on Julia’s website). In The Artist’s Way, Julia goes into much more detail about why the morning pages are so essential and wonderful. For me, I have found them an invaluable tool for creative expression, for clearing my mind, for expressing my emotions, for venting and ranting, for getting to know myself – body, mind, heart and soul (I combine the Morning Pages with another Daily Practice of Trusting Myself), for inspiration, for higher wisdom, for finding answers, for keeping my sanity when life goes a bit mad!

It is such a fabulous practice, I cannot recommend it enough! So, it’s the Daily Practice for October 2012. To specifics then, as Julia recommends, you write 3 pages longhand every day. When you don’t know what to write, you write “I don’t know what to write”, you just write whatever is in your head – it doesn’t have to be complete sentences, it doesn’t have to be coherent, it doesn’t have to be anything – YOU CANNOT DO IT WRONG! I know that committing to writing 3 pages of longhand every day might be a bit daunting, so I’m going to remind you of one of my guiding principles: It is more important to DO IT than to do it perfectly.

So if you know you will not write 3 pages a day, write one. Or set a timer and write for 5 minutes every day. Experiment with what feels right for you. I’ve experimented with this for over a year, so here’s what works for me:
1. I use a gorgeous A4 notebook. My writing is huge, so A4 works. Julia recommends writing on paper, then putting it in an envelope…I’ve done that a few times, usually when I’m on holiday and don’t want to cart a huge notebook around with me. But I don’t like it. I prefer a notebook. (what I will do with all these notebooks is the subject of some internal debate for me!)  Update April 2014 – I still use A4 notebooks…but cheaper ones that I’m happier to part with…I started to run out of room in my house!)
2. I don’t write in the morning. I am not by nature a ‘morning person’. I am a grouch in the morning. And if I write in the morning, I write grouchy stuff. Plus, it’s usually of more benefit to me to write later in the day when my head is full of thoughts and ideas and judgements from my day. So I usually write in the afternoon at some point. That seems to work best for me.
3. I don’t write EXACTLY 3 pages. I usually do a little more, I occasionally do a little less. I’m not too prescriptive with it, it depends on my energy on that day.
4. If I come up with an idea or a thought or a ‘to do’ that I want to follow up, I put a little post-it sticker in the book, then I come back to it a few days (or weeks if I’m running behind!) and do the things I’ve marked to do – that’s how I get my “Wisdom In You” thoughts that I post to Pinterest.
5. At the moment, I keep my Morning Pages books. This is not necessarily a good idea (for reasons of clutter if nothing else!), and it would be easier to get rid of them if they were on bits of paper in envelopes instead of books that make me happy (I’m a stationery geek, what can I say?). Julia suggests not re-reading for at least 6 weeks, then re-reading and throwing them away. I don’t. But at some point I’ll have to…unless I move into a mansion with room for hundreds of lovely A4 notebooks!   Update April 2014 – I’m now going through my old books looking for actions and inspirations and keeping them…then getting rid of the books.  First, I have no space for all the notebooks I’ve been accumulating…and second, it does change what you say if you know you’re going to keep it – if you know it’ll be thrown out you can be more honest.  At least, that’s my experience!

The Morning Pages is a very personal practice. It is YOUR practice and you do it how YOU want to do it. But do it! Write 3 pages of whatever crosses your mind – the good, the bad, the ugly, the pointless, the silly, the grumpy, the lot! Let me know if you’re planning to join me in this Daily Practice by leaving a comment below.

Love

Donna.x

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A Remarkable Life in a Conventional World

July 18, 2012 by  
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 Yesterday over on Jamie Ridler’s website, Jamie announced a give-away, and to enter, you need share your best tip for “living a remarkable life in a conventional world” in the comments. As I started to write my best tip, I realised there is a whole blog post in it!

To live a remarkable life in a conventional world, be fully, authentically, remarkably you! Be the whole of you – the best bits you hide, the worst bits you’re ashamed of, just fall in love with all of you. When you do, not only will you find that other people do too (and if they don’t, who cares, you know how utterly awesome you are anyway!), also you will find that the world is NOT conventional…it is remarkable, wonderful and filled with special, wonderful people JUST LIKE YOU.

I know it looks like a conventional world. A world where people get up, go to work, come home, go to bed, and get up the next day and do it all again. But when you make the commitment to really, fully, embrace WHO YOU ARE, the world becomes a place of wonder and joy. The mundane world of day to day drudge becomes an adventure where you get to discover what moves you, what brings you joy, what lights you up, what inspires you, what you get enthusiastic about, what you love, what energises you, what is YOU.

When you discover the brilliance of you, you get to live the brilliance of you. When you discover what lights you up, you get to do it. When you discover what brings you joy, you get to do it. When you discover your deepest, darkest, most shameful places, and you love yourself anyway, you are set free. Imagine it. Imagine being fully, authentically, unashamedly you. Imagine owning your foibles, and quirks, and weirdnesses, and oddities, and loving them! Imagine having so much fun just being you, living YOUR life, in love with you and in love with your life that you really don’t care what anyone else thinks of it.

YOU were born. You weren’t born to be a shadow of someone else, a copy, a distant echo. You were born to be fully, magnificently, wonderfully, uniquely you. Not just a collection of perfect qualities (do you know anyone like that? No, me neither because they don’t exist), but a collection of unique and wonderful qualities – desirable, and sometimes undesirable. You know what, I am kind, creative, cheerful, generous, intelligent, positive and a great listener. I am also impatient, sarcastic, short-tempered, a chatterbox, can be a bit unsociable at times, direct to the point of bluntness, and I am completely incapable of hiding the expression on my face if I think you’re an idiot!

ALL of those things make me who I am. If I wasn’t impatient and blunt, my friends wouldn’t know me. If I was only the good qualities on the list, I wouldn’t be real, I wouldn’t be me. Ok, I would LOVE a little more patience…but being impatient makes me take action – both to make things happen and to slow myself down…contradictory? Oh yes, but aren’t we all? That is the beauty of the human experience. You scratch the surface of ANYONE and you will find a mass of wonderful contradictions, you’ll find some wonderful qualities, you’ll find some barmy personal quirks, and some ‘less than perfect’ qualities.

All of which will make that person the glorious, unique human being that they are. If they fully express that, we get to share in it – we get to see them as they are…and love them more for their authenticity. Authenticity is not just a buzz word – it’s something you can see and feel when someone really has it. We can feel and see it when we have it. And when we do allow our authentic selves to shine through, the world changes around us. When we are owning who we are, when we are living the fullest expression we are currently capable of (it takes practice by the way!), we see the world differently. We see other people differently.

Instead of trying to ‘fit in’ or ‘stand out’, we just fall in love with life and realise that the conventional world is an illusion – it’s like the matrix! The ‘real’ world is messy and funny and joyous and sad and beautiful and ugly and glorious and painful. And we get to experience it all! Conventional world? Not at all – a remarkable life in a remarkable world is our birthright. May you experience the fullness, the gloriousness of life all your life.

Love

Donna.x

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Podcast: Planning Time and Your Big Dream

July 17, 2012 by  
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 How much time do you spend planning your Big Dream? How much time do you spend thinking about all the actions you could take to make your Big Dream a reality? Or do you just (like me) fly by the seat of your pants and just do things as they occur to you? If you actually spend some time planning your Dream, you can take note of your great ideas so they never get forgotten, and if you let your creativity flow, you will come up with LOTS of ideas, so you’re never stuck for an action to take.

Planning time will also allow you to consider problems and obstacles that might come up BEFORE you take the action…and solve the problems before you start.

To listen to this week’s podcast, click here: Planning Time and Your Big Dream
(or to download to your computer, right click on the link and ‘save link as’ or ‘save target as’)
Homework:
Take some time to plan: do a mind map, or make a list, write down everything you can think of. Give it some time. Take 15 minutes or half an hour and write EVERYTHING down…even the things you have no intention of doing.


You can also subscribe to this podcast on itunes here.

May all your dreams become reality.

Love

Donna.x

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Things Can Change In An Instant

June 14, 2012 by  
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Things can change in a very short period of time. One day you are unemployed, the next you are offered a job. One day you have no clients, the next 3 new people sign up. One day you have no sales of your book, the next you are getting e-mails from people all over the world who love your book. One day you have never travelled anywhere, the next you are on a beach in Thailand. One day you have no money and no hope, the next you have had an extremely lucrative idea that skyrockets your income.

While we are waiting for things to change though, we can start to get discouraged and fed up and wonder if it’s always going to be the same – we’ll always be unemployed, never write that book or take that trip, never be out of debt or earning 6 figures, always be struggling to keep your business going for lack of clients. And this discouragement leads to a downward spiral where we are discouraged and depressed so we take no action and start to hate our lives as they are so take even less action…and make it less likely that things will change.

Because for things to change, you’ve got to hussle! If you want a best-selling book, you’ve got to put pen to paper, over and over and over, you’ve got to approach publishers or explore how to self-publish, you’ve got to hone your craft, you’ve got to complete that book, you’ve got to find the people who are waiting to read it. As well as the external hussling, you’ve got to hussle internally too – work on your beliefs, your attitude, your confidence, your resilience, your courage, your persistence. In short, you’ve got to get busy!

One of my mentors, Carole Dore says that if you were following all the inspirations that come up, taking all the actions that presented themsleves to you, you’d be too busy to notice that the change hasn’t happened yet! And sometimes we do spend so much time looking for the change, we forget to do anything about it. I want to add a little caveat here: taking action from a fearful, stressed out, unhappy place isn’t the kind of hussling I’m talking about. I am talking about feeling good, being inspired, taking action. In that order. It’s an easy formula to follow, and if you keep moving towards your Big Dream, you WILL reach it, it’s inevitable. The more seeds you sow, the more plants will grow.

And do you know what’s really funny? When things change, we often look back with nostalgia at the days ‘before’ we were a best-selling author, when we had no job and lots of time, when we had more time and less clients, when travelling was still a far away dream! Because when we’re waiting for something to change, we forget to enjoy that time of anticipation, of hussle, of belief and faith, of excitement, of innocence. When we have whatever we wanted, with eagle-eye hindsight, we can see the gifts we missed in the ‘old’ situation, because we were too busy focusing on what we didn’t have.

The other delicious irony is that as soon as we get what we want, we want something new… You get the job, then you want another job, or pay rise, or promotion. You write the book, then you find that another book is bubbling its way to the surface. You start the business, then realise that there are so many new levels of attainment you can reach. The change we’ve been waiting for comes…and we’re ready for a new change!

Over the past 8 years of being in business, I have realised that a lot of the joy for me is in the creation of services, products, articles, books… not just the finishing and the selling of them. So now, I’ve learned to chill out and enjoy that process, instead of getting impatient and wanting to be finished already! It’s the journey that’s the most fun bit, not the destination. So this month, enjoy the journey as much as you desire to reach your destination – have fun along the way, even if you don’t have what you want yet. You never know, this might help you make the change ‘overnight’.

Your Homework
Ask yourself these questions:
1. What could you do to enjoy the journey more? Today, and every day?
2. If things were to change tomorrow, what would you look back and think ‘I should have enjoyed x more?’ – start enjoying it now!
3. Where do you need to get hussling? What internal/external action needs work right now? And what is the next baby step? (a baby step can be taken in about 15 minutes!)
And as ever, I would love to hear what’s happening for you and your answers to these questions – please leave a comment below.

Love

Donna.x

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