Planting Seeds Of Success | Spiritual Business

Are you planting seeds of success every day when building your spiritual business? Find out how to gain momentum through daily actions.

Don’t you just love the adrenaline rush that comes with a great new idea? Whether it is an idea for your business, redecorating, or anything else, when you have one of those intuitive hits you feel great.

This feeling can continue for days and sometimes even weeks as we start mentally planning how something is going to happen.

But there comes a point when you actually have to start taking action to bring your great new idea into existence.

That is where the work part comes in. That is also where we start losing steam. All the actions necessary start to feel overwhelming, stressful, and difficult.

You can even find yourself wondering if the new goal you made was worthwhile. You might feel like throwing in the towel when you have made little progress.

You can find you are beating yourself up because of lack of commitment.

Your inspired idea starts feeling like a balloon with a pinhole in it and all too easily it can become nothing more than a nice someday wish.

This when your intuition can seem to fail you. You keep waiting to get re-inspired and instead you get nothing. You may wonder what is going on.

The Universe is actually waiting on you to make the next move. More times than not, taking action does not feel inspired at all.

It means you may have to do research, write a blog post, or start making lists of what needs to be accomplished. You might feel like you don’t have enough hours in the day to accomplish your goals.

What do you say yes to every day, without thinking about it?

If you have goals and plans that seem to have stagnated or difficult to get off the ground, a good way to find out where things are falling apart is to look at your daily actions.

It can seem difficult to carve out an additional hour of time to make room for working on your new goal.

First you need to carve some time out within each day to work on your new plan or goal. That means something is going to have to get rearranged in order to have the necessary time available.

This includes every habit that you do from getting up in the morning to going to bed at night. What do you say yes to every day, without thinking about it?

What Does Your Typical Day Include?

Do you get up each morning, check your phone for messages or texts, slug a cup of coffee and rush off to work? Do you hit the snooze button 5 times before getting up?

Do you consistently stay up later than you know is good for you? How much TV time?

By writing things down, you also become aware of where the obligations are hiding.

What do you do every day because of obligation?

How much of the day gets spent doing what you truly want to do?

Sometimes the answer to that is a bit hard to take, but by knowing that answer, it allows you to redefine your day so you can make new choices.

It will also bring up where you have a hard time saying no.

Changing Up Daily Habits And Planting Seeds Of Success

I find that breaking down your daily actions is useful for understanding where the gaps are from where you are to where you want to be.

What are you doing daily that consumes your time?

How much of your daily life is getting in the way of your new goal?

Every time I want to work on a new product or create something new for myself, I find I need to rearrange what I am doing during the day to accommodate my new goal.

Sometimes I have felt a lot of resistance coming up too. But I have found every time I rearrange my day I end up more productive, streamlined, and get more done than I thought was possible.

Every time you change something so you have more time to work on a goal aligned to your soul purpose, you plant are planting seeds of success.

What are you doing each day so you are planting seeds of success?

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