Riding The Rollercoaster That Is Life

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“Sometimes life doesn’t need an explanation. It just is. You need to CHOOSE to love the journey.” – Gary LeBlanc

The most common question I get asked is ‘why am I not happy?’, or ‘I don’t know how to follow my passion?’. These are interchangeable in many respects. If you’re not following your passion, life can seem empty. Life can be like the movie Groundhog Day, the more things change, the more they stay the same. You feel like you’re missing something that other people have.

The first step in producing the life you want is making the decision to change. These shifts in your life do not happen overnight. If you’re not in a place you want to be, you can start the transition process, but the transformation will take time. The question is, what will you do until these shifts take hold? Will you be miserable? The answer needs to be ‘No, I will choose to accept my circumstances and be happy.’

To choose to be happy is easier said than done. Life is funny that way. Sometimes the easiest things to say are the hardest things to do.

Whether you like it or not, you NEED to choose to love the journey. That’s the only way you’ll be able to find peace and happiness in the moment. This becomes incredibly easy… when you let go. When you accept that summer doesn’t exist with the winter. When you remind yourself that the highs and the lows are part of life, your perspective starts to shift. Like pushing a massive boulder, your attitude slowly becomes one of confidence and growth versus one of despair and misery.

Look, there’s no magic bullet. The sooner you make this (often) quantum leap in consciousness, the sooner you’ll be more focused on the moment. And the sooner you’ll be able to manifest what is it you are looking for. I’m taking this journey with you. Every day won’t be perfect, but you can still choose to smell the roses.

“Don’t dismiss the dark days of winter so quickly. Summer ceases to exist without the winter.” – Gary LeBlanc

 

 

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