“Failure does not exist, except if you surrender your dreams to disbelief”
Do you ever wonder why you may feel inspired and ready to take on anything one minute and then almost like a light being switched off in you’re life, it’s all gone, and you are left with a feeling of hopelessness?
We all have those times where we feel inspired and full of energy. We all also have those times where we feel like nothing goes our way and we are stuck.
The good can feel heavenly, while the bad just feels terrible
Notice the words I chose? Heavenly and terrible, they are pretty striking for most people.
Heavenly conjures up a sense of supreme satisfaction, while terrible almost leaves a nasty taste in you’re mouth. What is my point?
You’re feelings of inspiration are not something that just happens to you. Yes, emotions may be triggered by something outside of you, but you are the major player and deciding factor in whether you feel inspired or not.
You may be thinking, that sounds great, however, I have not experienced it that way, and you probably haven’t. Inspiration is created by habit. You have to want it enough that you are willing to be uninspired but act as if you are inspired anyway.
How can I do that?