All Posts Tagged “Jeff Goins”

The Art of Work

Living an intentional life shifts the lens in which you see the world, your world. You get to a place of letting go. You trust the process in knowing that somehow, when looking back, the dots will align.

The failures, the struggles and the hardships you find yourself in are all part of your story. Traveling a journey of intentional self growth you come to accept that there will be dark times while also knowing that the light shines brighter on the other side.

It’s up to you, however, to let your life speak. It’s up to you to listen, to lean into your fears that cast over you. To find the courage in pushing through them.

Wake Your Sleeping Muse

These past couple of weeks have been unproductive, in terms of my writing.¬†Writing typically is a daily activity for me. Though recently, it’s been scattered.

Which, from time-to-time, is okay to let go from all expectations of needing to pump out writing each day.

But, the mindset I was having was filled with excuses. I was extremely tired so I am catching up on my rest or I just wasn’t feeling inspired so I didn’t feel compelled to write.

Then I realized how the muse works. She’s quite strategic like that.

Engagement vs Entertainment

The In-Between moments are what define, and makeup, your life.

The in-between moments are the moments where you are waiting in the checkout line at the grocery store, the moments where you are waiting for (or rushing to) that next big promotion, or the moments where you are waiting to find that true passion you know you have to be able to live out your life’s mission.

These moments, these small in-between moments, are the words that write your story, they are the experiences that you will forever cherish and they are the legacy that you’ll leave behind.

When you grasp the impact the in-between moments have on your life, it’s then a matter of embracing those moments.¬†Tweet this

Why I Write and Why You Should Start

Writing is the action that supports my commitment of intentional self growth.

In order for change to occur, there needs to be a trigger that goes off inside of you. The will and desire to change has to surface.

My personal discovery was a simple shift in mindset. Being able to see my current situations through a different, more positive, lens and learning how to be fully present in the moment.

A shift in mindset is the foundation to self growth and change. Tweet this