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Monday, July 28, 2014

AYD - July 28, 2014 - The Ability You Own

"We must learn to apply all that we know so that we can attract all that we want."
- Jim Rohn

So very often we hear a comment like this, and we connect it to a physical element.  An object we want or desire.  We summarize that if we work harder, we will achieve that material item.  While this may be true, it is not where the lesson needs to stop.

Attracting the things or outcomes in our lives includes all the day to day moments, and in fact I dare say it somewhat depends on them.  We need to develope the patterns on the little and often overlooked opportunities, in order to make our actions automatic when hunting big game like goals or measured progress.

Today, we want a successful week.  We want a great launch from the starting line.  We have been here before.  We have learned how to be prepared for this morning or this trip or this meeting ( and so on ...and so on...).   Take a moment, and see if we have prepped well enough.  Have we applied what we have learned so that today has energy stored and focus on the road ahead.

Just speaking about it seems to charge the battery, even if I have not identified my itinerary.

We have the ability to recognize all the tools in our box ... let's use them and pick up draw our desires into play.

Good morning, greater day.
Greater you, is simply a wonderful example to follow.

Pierre Couturier
Husband, Daddy, and Author to my Day.

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