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Could This Be Your Missing Link?

You already know that you were created to be great. You already know that you are powerful beyond measure. You already know that life is about choices. You already know that life is 10% of what happen to you and 90% of how you react to it. You already have talent and skills, but your life will go unfulfilled if you are missing this very important link.

Are you reliable? Are you accountable? How are you with goal-setting?

What are you thinking? Distractions are becoming more and more prevalent and not just to keep you entertained as you may have thought, but to keep you occupied. Remember, you are not just here to be kept occupied; you are actually here to create and evolved. However, I am in no way shape or form here to tell you not to take breaks. Actually you need breaks, but whenever you are in alignment with your passion, the line between work and play gets very thin to where it all seems to be that ever flowing of life.

What is your attitude, feelings and belief about work?

Could this missing link be your work ethic? Work ethic! Work ethic! I had come to the realization that to make things happen was not what I first concluded in my mind about law of attraction. I realized that it was not, “I want this and in it then falls out of the sky”. That was just wishful thing. It will take a persistent effort and as most of my friends would say, getting on the grind. Getting on the grind is making it happen. There are actually short cuts to where you what to go. However, as a child I was told that short cut draw blood. My definition of the phrase is that you will be giving up something that is vital to your well-being. That is to say, our work ethic is vitally important, because even though we were told to ask and it will be given. It was also stated that faith without work is death. Lack of work ethic diminishes your power. By all means, find your passion and get busy. Then you won’t even be working, because you are doing something you love. Time as you call it will eventually past and you don’t even know it.

If you always put limit on everything you do, physical or anything else. It will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them. Bruce Lee

Are you willing to work hard for something that you believe in?