Have you ever spent a Saturday morning kickin’ it around the house? No real deadline. Not keeping to any schedule. Just sitting back… relaxing.
It felt good, right? You probably worked hard during the week and needed just one day to catch up.
I know how you feel. I kick back on the weekends too when I can.
The problem comes when you spend everyday like that. Because unless you’ve got a gazillion dollars, you are working. But even if you’re working and feeling productive, you could still be floating through life.
How can you tell if you’re floating through life?
Your brain keeps bringing up ideas of what you’d like to be doing instead of what you’re doing now.
- Starting that business
- Going into the career you’ve always dreamed of doing
- Getting back into college
- Spending more time doing things you enjoy and less time working
You know, even if you had a gazillion dollars, you’d still be working. If you love your work, then you can’t help but do it.
But, you’re stuck… without a deadline.
God keeps putting something on your heart. Your brain keeps bringing up this one thing you’ve always wanted to do. You hear about your co-worker or peer getting this or that raise or promotion… or even a job nowadays… and you wonder, “when will it be my time?”
Well, that’s a good question. When will it be your time? God, the Universe, and heaven above all want to know that too. Let me share with you a story…
Have you ever woken up and thought, “ugh, it’s Monday?”
or Tuesday, Wednesday… you get the point, right?
I used to feel like that too. In fact, I still do sometimes. Only I don’t feel like that everyday of my life anymore.
I say, “Monday morning, bring it!”
When I joined the 40 Days to Miracles group, I knew I was going to experience life change. I read the book that was part of the process to grasp the concepts and assignments. Mai Vu is an experienced speaker in the consciousness community, came up with a system for creating miracles, and gave regular calls and support to all group members. I had very little time to devote to the process, so it was important that the list I created could work miracles out of thin air.
During the learning process of going through the book, I bought the audio version so that I could listen while doing other things. I knew I had to start writing a list. [Read more...]