As Plutarch said, “What we achieve inwardly will change outer reality.”
What is your inward growth strategy? A successful business will have a strategic plan outlining areas of focus and growth projections. It includes a mission, objectives, strategy and tactics–communicating an overarching vision and a path to achieving it. Set yourself up for success in life by doing the inside work. Take time to understand and articulate your personal mission and vision–what you are here on earth to do. Commit to at least five minutes of stillness every morning and evening so you can listen to the whispers of the heart. Reduce stress so you can be present. Take a quarterly and/or annual retreat–even if it’s to the local lake–to review your progress and realign your priorities if necessary. Like learning a new language, with practice you will get better at letting your inner voice speak and discerning your next steps. Once you have clarity, you can devote your energy to the things that really matter and actively manifest your destiny.
Until next time, remember – it’s your divine life, live it to the fullest. The power is in your hands!
With Purpose & Power,
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