Thursday, September 29, 2011

Create the Life You Want


Do you spend time wishing life could be different?

Are you wondering how you can make life more fun, exciting, and successful?

In order to create the life you want, you need to think like an artist. Here's what you need to do:


Grab a coffee, sit down, and think about what you want out of life. Visualize what it is you'd really like to do or achieve.

Like an artist, tap into your vast imagination. Tune in with your emotions. What do you want out of life? What would make your world truly rock? What would make you jump out of bed each day with excitement?

Have a clear idea of what it is you want then set your intention.

Once you have a fairly solid vision of the life you wish to create, you can begin applying paint to your canvas.

Give yourself room to experiment. You may need to use a particular technique or tools to create the detail that you need. Work on the foundations first. Sketch out the basic picture and then start adding paint. Step-by-step, you will see your life's picture take shape.

Focus all your efforts into creating the life you desire. There are no short-cuts. You need to do the work and spend time exploring what works for you.

You may make a few mistakes along the way. That's okay. A mistake is really just experience. Mistakes add to your mastery when it comes to creating your life's picture. You can always change what doesn't work. Your canvas allows that flexibility.

What's important is that you keep applying paint ... you keep stepping back to see how the picture is materializing ... you keep doing the work that is needed.

Eventually, you'll be able to step back and see the results of what you have created from your vision and application.

Recognize your creative genius today. You have everything that you need to paint the life you've always wanted. Get in touch with your inner artist ... realize that you have that Da Vinci spark within you. All you need to do is focus and do the work.

Enjoy!

Today's quote:

"Whether you think that you can, or that you can't, you are usually right." - Henry Ford

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