We're human, obviously, that's a no-brainer. So with being human we have this terrible tendency of being inpatient. I can truly attest to this. I'm so impatient when I set a goal, I want it to be complete, not in that second but very quickly afterwards.
That's a real problem.
I think I'm writing this blog post mostly for myself. That I really need to relax, chill and let time take its toll. I'm also writing this because I feel a lot of us go through this struggle if not on a daily basis maybe weekly or monthly.
So I'll open up a little bit and share some intement details of my life. I'm an entrepreneur and I'm 25, I'll be 26 next month and I'm absolutely dreading it. It's not the fact that I'm getting older that bugs me, it's the fact that I'll be 26 and some of the goals I've planned for my life have not developed or they're just now in the making.
The few things I struggle with is my weight and my business. I want the weight to be off so bad that I want it to be off like yesterday and I don't follow the process... therefore, I get discouraged and it's a terrible merry-go-round to be on. I think I've finally excepted the fact that everything worth having takes time, lots of time. Also, I've realized that there are going to be so many curve balls that come between me and my ultimate goal to ask me how badly I really want it.
Ditto to my business, I want that success over night and I know that it takes time and trail and error before my business grows to work on autopilot. There's always a learning curve, that part sucks. But when you master it, it's so rewarding.
My message for today:
If you've been working really hard and busting your butt in achieving that one thing (or many things) that improves your life, whether it's work related or personal, always trust in the process. There will be curves that you have to surpass and that is okay, don't give up. Let that desire of accomplishing your goals be your driving force.
Also, when things are meant to be for you, they will come with ease. If you've been noticing that what you're working for has too many curve balls and bumps, reconsider if that's for you or if that's what you're truly supposed to be doing.
Never push things, when you push something that isn't intended for you, it always turn out for the worst.
Don't be stubborn and let it go naturally.
Everything will work itself how its supposed to be.