Message From the Universe: Little Steps Taken to Stardom
“Brilliant, civilization-changing ideas are a dime a dozen. Physically taking action to implement them, however, beginning with baby steps that seem to accomplish very little is what gets the crowds here screaming like raving lunatics.
In the good way… that lunatics scream…
Peanuts! Popcorn! Cotton candy! It’s the show of a lifetime!
The Universe”©Mike Dooley, http://tut.com
So you already know the drill. You think of something big, like huge dream and you do whatever it takes to put it into action and focus on the work needed to make it happen. Oh yes, let’s not forget to have enough belief in yourself to follow through with the hard work and sacrifice that it will need to make your big dream a reality. I guess you are familiar with that process. You do not need to make things harder for yourself either. Don’t try to look for problems when they are not there. We have the tendency to look for difficulties in tasks or processes because we can’t believe it can be that easy. If you are well organized and tackle your responsibilities in the right way, there is no reason why you couldn’t figure out complex problems. The key is to first start with the baby steps when taking action and even though it doesn’t seem to be much of anything, you won’t realize how effective these steps are to guarantee your success.
Like everything in life, you need all the pieces of a puzzle to bring the parts together to complete the full image shown on the box. If one piece is missing, you get an incomplete picture of your goals and aspirations. The same goes for mathematic formulas where one variable can change the solution. Even though you feel that every step you take in life may seem to be insignificant, they are actually very helpful to reaching your goals. Never undermine the power of consistency as it works wonder, almost 100% of the time. Yes, at times, it may require some tweaks here and there, but once you master it properly, you will never miss a beat when it comes to turning rocks into gold. Patience is a must, so go out there and show what you are made of. The crowds are waiting on you.
Dr. Dan Amzallag, PhD