by Jonathan Fields, author of How to Live a Good Life
Use disappointment and frustration to motivate you rather than derail you. Be mindful. You are in control of the way you respond to life.
It’s one of life’s greatest frustrations.
You know, deep down, you’re capable of so much more. You feel this wellspring of potential inside of you, burning to get out, yet you can’t figure out how to tap into it.
You’d love to step away from a place of feeling stuck, to moving through each day feeling like you’re contributing on the highest possible level. Like you’re tapping every molecule of capability and you’re progressing through life completely and utterly lit-up.
I call this state being sparked, and I’ve spent years researching what it takes to live in this place. What I’ve discovered may surprise you too. For example, it’s not about finding that “one thing” you’re completely head-over-heels passionate about, because for many of us there is no singular thing. And, if there is for you, you’re typically unable to identify it until you’ve accumulated enough life experience through trial and error to know what it is.
But, you don’t have to wait decades, years or even months to feel like you’re lit-up, awash in the fullest expression of your potential. All you need to do is [Read more…]