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You Get to Want What You Want
"What's terrible is to pretend that second-rate is first-rate. To pretend that you don't need love when you do; or you like your work when you know quite well you're capable of better." - Doris Lessing
When you tap into your inner voice and identify your vision, you bring to life your deepest longing. Your vision manifests essence of you based on your truth, values, creativity, and authenticity. Putting yourself out into world in this way can feel risky; thought of that risk can easily block your from seeing your vision.
A vision can be small or large, and have an impact on your daily life or big picture of your life. For example, a vision of ideal day care situation for my baby forms in my mind as his birth grows closer. I'm counting on vision of what I truly desire to assist in attracting optimal child care situation. In whole scheme of life, this is a smaller vision, yet no less important. And this "smaller" vision makes a direct impact on my ability to realize my far-reaching vision for my coaching business.
A vision that's compelling for you is often right at your fingertips. We all have an inkling of vision we'd like to put into world: forgotten dream, "ridiculous" idea, and "unrealistic" business venture. You are born knowing what you want at your deepest core. After awhile, many of us begin to settle for what we think we're allowed to have. "Just okay" becomes good enough. "It's fine" becomes a way of life. The parameters of our wanting become defined by what saboteur and family, friends, or a significant other tell us we are allowed to have.