Prosperity Tip: Do What You CAN Do Now

If you have set a goal and it’s looking impossible to accomplish… don’t give up. You do not need to know how it will all work out, you just need to keep moving forward “as though” it will.

Even if you don’t know how things are going to work out next Tuesday, there’s something that you CAN do, TODAY. Do what you can do today. Make that phone call. Prepare for the success you expect to enjoy. If you intend to sell a widget, have you got the widget in hand, ready to sell? If you intend to make a business deal, do you know what you’re bringing to the table, and what you expect to receive in return? Is it vague, or is it in writing?

Do what you can do TODAY to prepare for the success. There will ALWAYS be something that pops into your mind of something you CAN do… stop ignoring it! Get up and do what the thought says to do. That’s called learning to recognize and follow your intuition.

Whether you want to call it your gut instinct, inspiration, intuition, or the inner voice, it’s time to start paying attention to it and trusting that it’s leading you to where you decided to go when you set the goal.

If you’re not getting any nudges one way or the other, then it’s time to set a goal! No more vague wishings… I’m talking about something you absolutely intend to accomplish, no matter how long it takes. What is it in life that you are THAT committed to?

You can expect the nudgings to come once you’ve made the decision of what, specifically, you intend to accomplish.

Remember, it is always “Goal first, Way Second,” not the other way around. (The Jackrabbit Factor, http://www.jackrabbitfactor.com)

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Leslie is the award-winning, best selling author of The Jackrabbit Factor: Why You Can, Hidden Treasures: Heaven's Astonishing Help With Your Money Matters, and Portal to Genius (all FREE downloads!). She aims to help you crush every challenge, achieve every goal, and vanquish every monster under your bed. Above all, Leslie is a dedicated wife and mother of seven children.
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