Inspiration can be summed up as an enthusiasm that is fueled by desirability and viability. When something is desirable, it is valuable or likable, something which creates an urge to reach a goal, a future state. The viability suggests that there are solid avenues for actually reaching this meaningful desirable. In reading a quite a few of other people’s social media posts over the years. I have noticed that a lot of folk love to talk about inspiration or being inspired. They accomplish the primary makeup of inspiration of being mentally stimulated about something that is attainable but for most, that’s where it stops.
“Instead of just thinking or worst talking about it. I proceeded to put my plan into action.”
While being inspired is to achieve a goal is great. What are you actually doing to reach said desired outcome? Once you’re inspired to do something meaningful / great. You need to EXECUTE to get to the end result. What’s the use of being inspired to do something and not put the work in to see it through? All you did was conjure up a thought or an idea that is just going to reside in your mind. We love inspiration but we hate it’s counterpart named WORK!
Did you know that we you use your mind to think, that process of having a thought utilizes energy. It also uses up time. Think back to all the times you daydreamed at your desk or in your car. These daydreaming moments can last anywhere from a few seconds to quit a few hours. You have wasted time when this occurs. Time that you can’t get back and that you could’ve used to do something else constructive. When I started my dance fitness business M. Nicholson Hip Hop Fitness. Most people thought that it was far fetched. They didn’t think that it was possible to establish. Instead of just thinking or worst talking about it. I proceeded to put my plan into action. How does one go from having a dream to seeing a outcome? You simply make a PLAN.
When I was inspired to start the M. Nicholson Hip Hop Fitness brand. I wrote a business plan. The business plan / plan included the future outcome but most importantly, it showed me how to get there. It also included predictions and analytical data. Once the plan was written, next I began to implement it. So the first thing that I would persuade you to do is to write your vision down.