Bert Bledsoe hit some key points in his morning wake up call, opening with one question for all of us: What is the end?
So what does that mean to you? Bledsoe explained that for too many people, the end represents the finish line, the end point. When you hit that end point with that vision in mind, you’re left with questions of “Now what?” Instead of hitting the finish line and saying that’s it, it’s over, you need to hit it running.
It’s all a matter of perspective.
When you look at the finish line as a new beginning, Bledsoe says that’s one step closer to changing your perspective into seeing every end as a new beginning, a new door opened.
So, how can you create this type of freedom and end the cycle that you’re on?
1. Know that you’re going to stumble. There will be bumps and bruises.
2. Realize that you don’t have to figure it out alone. MLSP has a plethora of people ready to change your life.
3. Stop doing what you did yesterday if yesterday’s actions weren’t fruitful.
If you want to get results and end the old to step into the new, you have the support, the guidance, all the resources at your fingertips. The question is, when will you decide to end the current cycle that you’re on and start a new one? Click To Tweet
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