As you may have been able to guess from just reading a little bit about me…
I’m a personal development junkie.
Books, courses, etc, I love them.
And when someone I follow recommends a course, I at least go see what it’s about.
I was reading a book by Ben Settle recently and he mentioned such a program.
So now I’m listening to the audio version of the program!
It’s called Lead the Field by Earl Nightingale.
It happens to be one of the more well-known programs of its kind.
And for good reason.
I’m only part way through it, but my head is already swimming with concepts.
But with all the material that’s out there, it’s impossible to get to it all.
And some programs are so chock-full of valuable information that one pass through is not enough.
But even so, sometimes an idea jumps out and grabs you and doesn’t let go.
And that happened with me and this program.
So, take a quick look at your life.
Consider your current situation and your circumstances.
How does it look?
Are you happy with your work, your relationships, your income?
Are you satisfied with the way things are?
If you are… great!
But if there are things you know could be better, why do you think that is?
Are you being held back by others?
Are circumstances conspiring against you to hold you back?
I know that there are some things that I would change.
But here’s the thing…
Your current circumstances are entirely of your own creation.
Your choices and actions put you where you are now.
Your outer world is effectively mirroring your inner beliefs.
That was the part of Lead the Field that hit me like a tons of bricks.
And it’s no one else’s fault.
And that can be a tough pill to swallow.
But at the same time, it’s actually pretty encouraging.
Because if your current reality is of your own creation, then you can change it to whatever you want.
And that’s awesome.
It’s not easy, but you can do it.
I go deeper on this concept in my ebook Get Yourself Unstuck (you can buy it here.)
Now the weekend is almost upon us.
You can do the same thing you always do…
Or you can take some time to figure out how to make things change for the better.
It’s up to you.