What are you creating?

“Just before these words hit this page, it was a flashing cursor on a blank white space. Nothing was here except possibility. Just a canvas to create on.

And in order for you to read these words and create an experience from them, I had to create it.

Nothing just “exists”. Everything must be created. And that includes your life.

I want you to go into the process of life with the understanding that you are always creating something, whether you are the puppet or the puppet master. You are creating your life.

In front of you is a flashing cursor on a blank white space…

What are you going to create? What do you want in your life? What do you want out of your life?

What pain do you deal with daily that you wish would turn into power? What dreams put a smile in your heart that wish you could step into?

You are a powerful creator so just simply do what you were built and designed to do!”

Mike Kemski

I read this post this morning on Facebook and it caught my attention, particularly the last part which I put in bold.  Each day we are given 86400 seconds to work with.  Seconds that we can't get back if we don't use them wisely.

I have found that in order to use my time in the best way each day I need to write down in my Day Timer what I want to accomplish.  It doesn't take a lot of time to do this, a few minutes at the end of the day or first thing in the morning, but it can make a HUGE difference in what I accomplish in a day.  If I catch myself wasting time scrolling through Facebook or other things, then I simply look at my list of things to do and get busy.

Each day I have things I want to accomplish that will move my business forward.  It might be setting up posts on Facebook, or making sure I have my client files ready for my calls.  It might be doing personal tasks like filing my papers, cleaning off the space where I work or making myself a nutritious meal.

It is important to make sure that what you do will make a positive difference in your life.

As Mike says – “You are a powerful creator, so just simply do what you werebuilt and designed to do”

To your success


Fran Watson

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