Any of us can act robotic and superhuman for a stretch, but not forever. So something beyond our word, our vows, or downright fear ought to be present. Take this week’s Seven Steps to infuse more willPower into your COMMITMENT.
Your reserve of willPower is dictated by what you BELIEVE. Change your beliefs, change your world. It’s that simple….and also, that difficult. Limiting beliefs are the precursor to your reality. Practice this week’s Seven Steps to expand beyond them.
RESPECT infuses our willPower practice with the qualities of admiration and self-restraint. In all directions, RESPECT helps our willPower flourish. Take this week’s Seven Steps to weave RESPECT into all your daily encounters and activities.
Often, we REACH by default, out of habit, in self-denial, or from a place of fear. This week’s Seven Steps help us shift more and more of our REACH moments into the deliberately creative, positive, and life-serving.
Surprises give meaning to our life and consequences to our thoughts, beliefs, decisions, and actions. From a willPower standpoint, we seek to roll with them, harness them, bless them, and, occasionally, simply survive them! This week’s Seven Steps show you how.
A chronic lack of passion is the demise to many relationships and pursuits. When your passion lapses, so does your sense of purpose. This becomes the unfortunate juncture where dreams are forgotten and disenchantment sets in.
ENGAGE is a word of willPower because it takes us from desire into action. We move from the mental space of, “I’d like to…” or “One day…” into the physical realm of movement and “let’s do this!” This week’s Seven Steps help you ENGAGE when fear tempts you to hesitate or back out.
From desire to inspired action, we start to take the steps toward ACHIEVE. When our willPower wanes, we slip from our path for a period of time and perhaps give up altogether. This week’s Seven Steps keeps you on-track to ACHIEVE.
This week’s Seven Steps is not so much about striving, it’s about returning to our natural state and our innate wisdom. To be balanced. To find balance. To inspire a balanced approach in all of our acts of willPower.