“When your vision is greater than your fear of failure you are not concerned about what others may think or say about you.
Some people have such a clear vision they will do anything to follow it. They will starve, struggle, and give all their energy to see their vision come to life. These people are not only dedicated but have the discipline and drive to pull it off.
It’s through passion and patience over a long period of time that helps them realize their vision. They never doubt that they wouldn’t be successful as long as they follow their passion, their vision. They may not make a million dollars following this vision but that wasn’t the objective, it’s what led you to your purpose.
If you do something only to make money, especially in a job you detest, you will live a life of boredom and regret.
Many other people have a vision for their life but never do anything to move in that direction. They tell themselves they don’t have enough money to do it, or they aren’t smart enough, or they say they don’t have enough time to devote to it. What these people lack is why they do anything. Why they have this vision? Why they feel an urge to do it? It’s not what you do in life that’s important, it’s why you do it.
If your motivation in doing something is self-serving and not in service to others you do not have a passion, you have an addiction.
Many people also fear failure should they follow their vision. This is just admitting defeat before you even start. How do you know you couldn’t accomplish your vision or maybe even do better than your original vision? If the fear of failure stops you, then it shows that you didn’t have much confidence in your ability to achieve this vision.
We would say that if you have a clear vision you also have whatever it takes to move in that direction. It’s always the first step that is the most challenging and the one people fear the most. Everybody took their first step when they were a baby. Was it that scary? … no. You had a vision that you could stand up and walk across the room. Then one day you took that first step and have been walking ever since. It really is that simple.
The action you take in the direction of your vision always precedes your commitment. In other words, only after you take that first action toward achieving your vision will you know if you are committed to seeing it through or not.”
- Everyone is capable of visualizing something better for themselves, that’s your vision.
- Few bother to take action on their vision because of the fear of failure.
- If you ran your entire life like that you would have never learned to walk.
How It Works: When you follow your passion you are present, and when you are present the by-product is having a connection to your Spirit Guides. When you have this connection, you can detect their guidance the instant it comes through. This brings clarity to your vision, guiding you to your purpose, making it easier to achieve. You seem to know what to do and when to do it, pivot, placing you in the zone. With the desire to see your vision come to life fear will be nothing more than an occasional test gauging how much you really want it. ~ Linda Deir
A mix of Spirituality and Unexpected Psychology … Linda Deir Transition Coach … guidance from “those” who know you best!