Gratitude Friday 5

Revealing the Truth Helps Breakthrough to Triumph

Revealing the truth must occur if I want to breakthrough to triumph. My success is just over there, but I have to move over there to get to that success. I need to know where I am, what has worked (and why), so I can adjust for the move – or just keep moving.

We are there.

But no matter where “there” is I should make time to evaluate my journey.

For me, in this moment, “there” marks the middle of the year.

I started this year PROPITIOUS (which means full of promise), and that hasn’t faltered. I am full of promise. This journey is full of promise. My possibilities abound.

I started this year with the declaration of I AM WORTH IT, and that is still true. I am worth the investment. I am worth the belief. My uniqueness and design declare my worth.

But I’m not doing it. I’m not doing what needs to be done. I’m not doing what I want to do. And I’m not fulfilling my promise or my worth.

It’s my choice.

I am grateful for those around me that dare me to be more. Yesterday, Gene called to remind me that I’m a catalyst and the words I share make a difference. He also told me that words are chain breakers for those they encounter – those that are sidetracked, hijacked, and smoke screened in.

“Get back to the basics.” He said. “Pray. Read. Write.”

I need to kick start these next six months. Will you join me?

Getting Ready to Kick Start the Change

I have invested a LOT of time, energy, and resources trying to do it like THEY told me to do it. Gene gave me a swift kick with his words. I’m daring to take it to the next level. I am going to do what works for me, what has worked for me, and what I love.

  • Make a realistic evaluation
  • I had already been making a daily guide of what I wanted to do and how much time it would take. I used that to evaluate what I WANTED and what I needed and broke that down into a basic “Action Outline.” I included my daily tasks (from the White Board of World Domination) and my challenge tasks. It surprised me to see that doing what I want and what I need should only take 14 hours each day. It makes me wonder how much wheel-spinning THEY have had me doing.

  • Set short term goals
  • I am doing this to push myself out of where I am. I have gotten comfortable in my discomfort. Even though I want change and I talk change, I am not making change happen. My short term goals are to take the actions I set for a full 31 days. It is that simple.

  • Write it down
  • I have tried this before. I had a checklist for all the different actions I wanted to take, but it wasn’t easy to get to. I want something in my face so I have a continuous reminder. *PERFECT IDEA* I have the other half of my White Board of World Domination. The older boys mounted it on an easel. I’ll get some wet erase markers and use those to create a 31 Day Challenge Board!

My 31 Day Kick It to Win It Challenge

    These will be my daily actions for the next 31 days.

  1. Write, record, produce a podcast
  2. Write and post the quote of the day
  3. Scripture Readings (using the “In a Month” guides)
  4. Yoga/stretching
  5. 10,000 steps
  6. Chore chart
  7. Fiction writing (2000 words)
  8. Focus folder
  9. Drawing challenge
  10. Query challenge
  11. De-clutter challenge

How will you join the challenge?

Be blessed,

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  • I am 100% with you. I have such similar goals and achieving them is such uphill climbing. Are you familiar with the flylady? She helps me with the decluttering stuff. I have moved 4 time in 5 years. Couldn’t have done it without her.

    • I am familiar with the FlyLady. I have a focus folder that helps me stay on target and I’m excited about building my giant calendar 🙂 And yes, moving is a GREAT way to declustter 🙂