Taking the “Power Seat” in Your Life

What do you want in your life, more love, time, money, health, etc.? Maybe you’re not sure what you want. Well, the easiest way to find out what you want is to identify what you don’t want and the opposite will be what you want.

Once you get clarity on what you want in life, the first step is to identify what type of person you will be when you have this thing in your life. Will you be more happy, peaceful, loving, prudent with money, careful with decisions or actions, etc.?

The more specific you can be in writing down the personality traits of the individual you’ll be when you possess your “want,” the better you’ll be able to go into that character.

As Shakespeare once said, “Life is a stage and we are all actors….” Well, that is correct, but the question is, are we playing the correct role that aligns with our desire? Chances are most of us are not.

Most people will say, “I want more money,” while concentrating on the financial strains.

Others will say, “I want more love” while concentrating on their loneliness.

You can’t create one thing while concentrating on the opposite of your desired outcome. It just won’t work for you.

Pay attention to your thoughts, and correct them throughout your day to be in alignment with what you want and avoiding thinking about the contrary.

The next step in the process of hyper creating your desires in life is to write down (don’t just think it, ink it) all the steps you can think of to create this thing into reality. You may not know all of the required steps, but you do know at least a few.

After writing down as many steps as you can think of, begin prioritizing those steps. For instance, what is most important, what’s next most important, and assign a numbering system to each step.

Go to your calendar, or appointment keeper, and list a specific time for each of these steps. Continue this process every day, week, month, or year, until you succeed at creating what you want in life.

Until we speak again, I stand by.

In Loving Service,

Dr. Michael J. Duckett