Updated: Jan 3, 2020
Too often we get fixated on what’s happening, that we lose sight of what’s possible.
Vision, the ability to see, is literally that spark in your eye that allows you to look beyond
Having a vision for your life will help propel you forward
Not just to see what’s in front of you, but to also see what’s possible.
It’s changing the conversation to consider:
Instead of focusing on what you should do, it's focusing on what you could do.
It’s about considering who you are versus who you could be.
In changing the focus from what you can’t do, to what you can do.
It’s this possibility that lights up your world, literally, firing up your nervous system
Replacing fear with hope
Obligation with opportunity
And death with life
It’s that instant of realisation
That road to Damascus moment
when you really begin to understand, that there is more to life and a different way of doing things.
That breakthrough, knocking down the boundaries (and limits) you've set for yourself
Finding out that you’re confined more so by your imagination than you are by circumstance.
Awakening possibility is what helps you grow, it’s what helps propel you forward towards what could be.
It’s where change and transformation occurs
It’s the difference between surviving and thriving
Moving from closed to open
It’s in that space of possibility where life essentially moves into the fullness of its potential
In exploring the limits of your capabilities
There's a reason why as humans we are inherently curious, why we explore space and ask questions of the universe,
Because life itself asks us the question: what is possible?
But very seldom do we take the time to answer that call, and that's why we are left feeling dormant and wanting,
Asleep rather than awakened
So it may be worth considering, even if only for a second, to write down and map out not only what it probable for your life, but instead what is actually possible
And then see how that changes your outlook.