Motivation for What’s To Come

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When big things are on the horizon, whether near or far, it’s easy to get caught up in the little things or the time it takes to make your way there.  That’s where I’m finding myself.  I know big things are coming, I don’t know when or how they’ll come together but I’m optimistic they will, I’m meant to do great things!  So today is about focusing in and re-motivating myself to stay patient and optimistic.


How do you stay motivated while working towards your goals?

4 thoughts on “Motivation for What’s To Come

  1. Heather @ Kiss My Broccoli

    Ahhh! LOVE that first quote! I’ve found the best thing for me to do to stay motivated/focussed is to keep picturing myself at the end and just keep pushing and pushing until I get there! So far, I think it’s served me well….especially in the realm of intuitive eating! I honestly had my doubts at one time, and while I can’t say my relationship with food is COMPLETELY healed, I CAN say that I feel amazing…confident…and HAPPY with myself for the first time in a long time! It’s a good feeling! 🙂

  2. Meg @ A Dash of Meg

    I LOVE that second quote! I just finished my GPP certification today and got REALLY excited about opening up my own facility/teaching GPP, but I know it may not happen for a while seeing as how I have to develop a clientele. So, this was a great post for me today! I have a lot going on for me too (school starting in Sept) and I know I just need to be patient, but I think being in the moment is key for me to succeed this year and really give it my all AND to get to where I ultimately want to be 🙂

  3. Maria

    Very excited for you! I went through some career changes this year and it was much more difficult than what I had anticipated. I know you probably shouldn’t focus on the negatives during times like this, but what always helped me was “What’s the worst that could happen?” And usually the worst really wasn’t all that bad. I always made sure I had a solid Plan B that allowed Plan A to be a little risky 🙂

    Good luck to you!

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