A Year from now, you may wish you had started today.”
“Make today your masterpiece.”
“Someday is not a day of the week.”
“Go as far as you can see and you will see further.”
“Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined.”
-Henry David Thoreau
As we realize that time is our most valuable commodity and do all we can to make good use of it, we’ll start to see every new day as a canvas of opportunity for growth and skill development.
It is in waking up and stepping into our goals that we are going to feel charged.
There’s fulfillment to be had on the other side.
We are going to come across new opportunities that we didn’t know were out there and see talents in ourselves that we didn’t know we had.
As a result, our vision for ourselves and others will expand.
Our visions for a positive future originate from the part of ourselves that is authentic, intuitive, and God-given.
Our visions exist so we can move towards them.
As we chase our stuff, even in the face of failure, we will develop ourselves and acquire a resilient positive attitude, a strong work-ethic, and good habits in the process.
New sunrises remind us that we can start over.
Mistakes and other types of trauma can come into our lives.
In the moments of trauma and mistakes, our difficulties may seem like an unending night.
But we hit the pillow, and we wake up to a sunrise.
When we wake up, we have the opportunity to set the spirit of our day.
Every morning we’ll have to wrestle with resistance in setting our day and attitude in motion.
Sunrises help in the regeneration of good vibes that put us on the productive path.
When we look at sunrises, let’s think to a positive future.
We all have an imagination.
Our minds still process things even when getting lost in thought, or when we’re dozing off to sleep.
During these thought trips, some of us may tend to think about the future or dwell in the past.
We can imagine a positive future and feel the good emotions that come with it.
This is how we can make positive imprints on our subconscious.
The subconscious mind doesn’t know the difference between what is really going on and what is being imagined.
If we are in a negative mindset, we’re imagining negative outcomes.
If we are focusing on manifesting a positive future, the subconscious mind will program itself to prep for that positive future.
We’ll be more prone to find opportunities and do what is needed to accomplish our goals.
As we look forward with positive imaginings, a sense of gratitude will be derived from the hope of a bright future.
Then there is a gratitude domino effect.
If the future is positive, we’ll be excited to tackle our stuff.
If we’re excited to go for our stuff, we’ll get motivated to take action towards goals.
That action causes our positive vision to become more clear with every step taken.