Inspiration is energizing and a catalyst for change but you can’t just “find” it if you look hard enough.
If you’re looking for inspiration you’re doing it wrong. It’s not hiding in Costa Rica, or in your closet under the pile of clothes you’ve been meaning to donate. You didn’t leave it in an Uber and no one stole it.
You don’t find inspiration, you create it.
It’s a skill that requires curiosity, an open mind, and the ability to connect to desire, and no one can do it for you.
Inspiration ignites through the exploration of “what if” questions, giving free rein to your imagination. It takes shape when you envision an outcome so compelling that it generates an irresistible desire to take action.
The more you create inspiration the easier it will be, but unfortunately, the reverse is also true. So if you’ve been feeling stuck, burnt out, or emotionally checked out, you might be out of practice.
The good news is that if you’ve ever felt inspired it means you’ve done it before so you can do it again. You just need to practice the basics and recondition those muscles.
The First Step of Lasting Transformation
The shortcut to doing this on your own is to join the upcoming Reset Lab, it’s our free Alignment Coaching intro program.
Reset Lab gives you dedicated time and space to reconnect to yourself away from your day-to-day pressures, and I’m going to guide you through highly focused simple steps to get you in the swing of this inspiration thing again, it’s the first step of lasting transformation (brain science thing, I will explain why it’s so important).
Register before you forget to make that commitment to yourself, you can do that in 5 seconds right here.
This Reset Lab’s theme is Inspiration, Clarity, and Transfomation. These three components are inextricably connected and strengthening any one of these will make the whole more powerful.
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