Foundations are used in architecture to support and keep a structure upright. A poorly constructed foundation is dangerous to occupants and anyone near the building. The truth about foundations can be applied to our lives, businesses and crafts as well.
How’s your foundation? Is the structure of your foundation or lack thereof preventing you from achieving your goals?
Think about it, are you who you want to be right now, what you dreamed you’d be, and doing what you’ve always wanted to do? Sometimes people find themselves achieving empty victories, and successes that have come at the expense of things that were far more valuable.
Foundations should be built with the end in mind. Start each day, task, or project with a clear vision of your desired direction and destination.
Do you have a Personal Mission Statement? Personal mission statements focus on what you want to be and do. It’s your plan for success. A mission statement reaffirms who you are, why you do what you do, and puts your goals in focus. Your ideas are now ready for the real world. Your mission statement makes you the leader of your own life.
If you haven’t created your personal mission statement, you can change that today! You can create your own destiny and secure the future you envision. Be honest with yourself and make a clear analysis of your situation.
Dig deep within yourself and do the work that’s required to build a foundation that helps you withstand the calamities of life.
Find a spiritual practice that works for you, and build great relationships for yourself! Surround yourself with people that inspire you, and share the same virtues. Make sure the footings in your foundation are strong, and stay away from negativity.
Your foundation is your core!
“Foundations should be built with the end in mind. Start each day, task, or project with a clear vision of your desired direction and destination.”
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