“Take the first…

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“Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.” – Martin Luther King Jr.

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If you’re always looking for things to be “guaranteed,” there’s two things you’re already doing that are negative:

  1. Not believing in yourself and
  2. Setting yourself up for failure

You have to know, not fear, that nothing is guaranteed – yet on the flip side, understand that things can and will work if you allow them to and just enjoy taking the steps towards those goals. It’s not about making it work – but allowing it too. You don’t have to see the end result you just have to know it’s already there.

Making something work means it hasn’t happened yet.

Allowing something to work means it’s already happened and it’s just waiting for you to step out of the way and stop trying to make it happen.

Remember that…and look out for a follow up on that in this week’s “Spiritual Saturdays” post on my official site.

As always…

Stay awesome.

– Rego

 

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4 thoughts on ““Take the first…

  1. Nothing’s guaranteed for sure. I just know in the field of sales there are always whiners looking for guarantees that just whine, but call me lucky when I close a client.

    • Whining gets a person nowhere – been there, back in the days of a J.O.B. actually had a SUPERVISOR who used to get jealous because I exceeded their sales mark. No excuses – all about the mindset and relating to people. Just takes a little effort. The easiest sale is a no-hard-sell sale.

  2. Show me guarantees in life. Not even with insurane is a guarante, that’s a laugh. Like a game of cons nowdays, but I still buy insurance. Good point Rego.

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