Day 167 | You Cannot RECEIVE What You Cannot SEE

Day 167 | You Cannot RECEIVE What You Cannot SEE

You cannot receive what you cannot see. There is not enough prayer, bargaining, deal-making, or anything that you can do to change this fact. Your desire is a start, but it is definitely—definitely—not enough. You must be able to see it too. What does that mean? Let’s unpack this! To see that thing that you desire means that (1) you believe it is possible to be attained, (2) you believe that it is possible to be attained by someone like YOU, (3) you believe that you deserve it and are worthy of it, (4) you believe that you deserve it and are worthy of it right NOW. You cannot receive what you do not believe. So, where are you on the continuum of your desire? Why do you think having a vision is so important? What do you see for your career? What do you see for your life? Your vision over your own life should be so expansive that it frightens you and it drives you. Most people never make it beyond number one. But the ironic part is that you can zap right through number 1-4 when you are talking about people all around you.  So, how do you break out of this blindness and regain your vision? You start with self-care. Pay attention to how you treat yourself. Like really pay attention. What if your best friend treated you the way you treated yourself? Be gentle to YOU. Start making friends with YOU again. I know that sounds unusual, but before we can feel worthy (which is a KEY to “seeing”) we need to first build our own self back up. No one else can build you up the way you can. Once you take that journey, you will naturally start to desire things and you will feel more comfortable toying with the idea of manifesting it—whatever your “it” may be. It is coming. Just take baby steps in the right direction.

#KeepGoing, #KeepGrowing, #KeepGlowing

Sending you Love and Light,
Jennifer Tardy
Your Career Success Coach




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