January 16

Patiently perfecting your practice

Every success has a measure of sacrifice;
if you are not willing to pay the price,
don’t expect to get the prize.
Harshasha

Have you noticed doctors say they practice medicine?

I honor their honesty. With this little word, practice, they are telling us so much. They are very humble, telling us that they don’t know. Doctors don’t know everything about the human body and how it works. They are telling us that they keep learning. Look at them – they keep researching. To be a doctor you need to attend educational events constantly. They force each other to keep learning.

Practice also speaks to me about their patience. They inspire me to see life in centuries, not in years or weeks. They look at the long-term view. They keep looking for better cures all the time. They keep refining their craft all the time.

Let’s receive inspiration from the medical profession and approach our project and our life with patience and modesty.

What are you going to do now? ​

What are you planning to diligently practice from now on? What is your choice to patiently and persistently practice?

​Reflect. Visualize it as done. Share it.

Putting ​your vision in black and white has tremendous power. Share you answers in the comments below. When you do so you'll increase your chances of making this truly happen, PLUS you'll get a gift from me  My Mantras to Keep on Keeping on. This is a list of empowering affirmations and questions that will pick you up when you might be losing patience or persistence. So go ahead and comment below.

To your brilliance, ​

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  1. I’m going to be patiently and consistent in my goal to be the strongest I’ve ever been. I’m working out, but results come slowly so I’m just going to keep plugging away. It feels good and when I do see improvements I’m so proud of myself.

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