Most people think the most important day of the year is January 1st. That special day seems to help individuals set new goals; bringing in the year with a whole new perspective and attitude. They make resolutions and promises with the thought of, “this will be MY year”. Sadly, the real goal for most is to accomplish the goal they set the year before, which they should have done the year prior to that, because of the plans they made prior to that year as well. Usually by the end of February, all of it becomes one day.
One day you’re going to really get to the gym and work on your health. One day you’re going to start attending ministry again in the attempt to become closer to your God. One day you’re going to leave that abusive relationship. One day you’re going to climb out of that black hole of misery into the light of happiness. Unfortunately for most, one day never happens either.
If you truly want to succeed in life, one day must become today. Anything else is just procrastinating. You can’t keep distorting your reality and think that change will come. Change takes courage, discipline, determination and true will power. Most importantly, you have to be willing to feel pain. Almost every big change you make in your life will first require pain of some sort. Whether its emotional, spiritual or physical; no doubt pain will be your biggest challenge. Why? Because we like comfortablility. In order to make a real difference in your life, you have to step out of your comfort zone. This is where pain and fear waits to push you back into failure. You’ll start to blame everyone and everything for your short comings and crawl back into your comfort world where nothing happens and nothing grows.
Learn to face yourself. The most important conversation you’ll ever have, is the one you have with yourself. Your voice never leaves you. It’s there when you wake up, it’s there throughout the day and it’s there when you fall asleep.
If you’re thinking this article is not for you because you’re content on where you are in life; I can assure you that you are just comfortable with being the best amongst mediocrity. We all have weaknesses to challenge in order to continue to grow. If you don’t stay hungry for life, then you’re never truly living. There are very few people in this world that ever faced all their fears, all their set backs, all their insecurities and went beyond mediocrity. All they did was convince themselves that not facing those things and not challenging themselves to overcome them, gave them a comfortable life. In reality, when we face those things head on and we go through the struggles and pain, we get to see the other side. Waiting there is true achievement and the feeling that you are the baddest damn person on this earth. Doesn’t matter if that’s true or not. Just as long as you believe it and believe in yourself. Make one day….TODAY!
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6 thoughts on “One Day”
Very well done. Challenges make us grow
Keep up the good work. Remember to practice what you preach.
On Mon, Dec 31, 2018 at 9:49 AM Balancing Life with Gina Marie wrote:
> Gina Marie posted: “Most people think the most important day of the year > is January 1st. That special day seems to help individuals set new goals; > bringing in the year with a whole new perspective and attitude. They make > resolutions and promises with the thought of, “this wi” >
Love it Gina!!
Well done, my friend!
Thank you Jeff!