Wake Up Now
As time goes by, we tend to become more and more realistic. I don’t like this word. You make your reality. We are blinded by darkness and afraid of the light. We think too much, feel too little and get lost in the way society wants us to follow. Ask yourself : what do I truly want out of life, am I happy with the way it is going on right now? Do I want to die with the horrible truth of knowing that I didn’t accomplish everything that I could have?
Find your why and believe in it. Keep that belief safe and don’t let anything or anyone including yourself influence your mind into thinking that it is not possible. Don’t rely on that belief, don’t assume that it will become true just because you wish it will. Use this strong belief as a way to push you and challenge you. You have to get out of your comfort zone and do everything and I mean EVERYTHING in your power to make it happen. Every second counts and your belief will be wasted if you don’t take action.
Some people are lazy and settle for less by telling themselves that it is only a dream that is too good to be true. Others are scared of this power we have and reassure themselves by saying that they can’t do it or whatever excuse they come up with. Others just go through the struggle and make it become a reality because they know that the feeling you get when you tell yourself “I’ve done it” is probably the best thing that can happen to you.
I’m at a point of my life where wishing, thinking and believing are not enough anymore. The hunger I have inside of me is too strong for that. I’m ready to do.
Today is a good day. It’s 3 PM now and I woke up not so long ago. If there’s one thing that I’m fond of in all the advantages that come along with a home-based business, it’s the chance to set your own hours.
I was having a regular conversation with a guy and soon came the usual “what are you doing?” He said he was “chilling” and I asked him what he meant by that. That’s what he told me : I’m watching TV. I then told him my definition of chilling : laying on a beach of the Bahamas with a beautiful woman and a good mojito (we all have to agree that what I’m describing is some quality chilling). He told me I was “talking nonsensical fantasy”.
Correct me if I’m wrong, but the situation I described can absolutely be true in one’s lifetime, right? We’re living on Earth and the Bahamas, beautiful women and mojitos all exist. What part of my story is “nonsensical fantasy”? Go ahead thinking that this lifestyle is a fantasy that is inaccessible, I’ll be busy making it a reality. Life is what you make it. The distance you decide to put between “fantasy” and “reality” is up to you and you only. So when you’re just laying on the couch watching T.V, that’s not chilling for me, that’s just being lazy.