What's your reaction when you get what you want but not exactly as wished?
Are you willing to grab it anyhow?
How crucial is your commitment to what the Universe is sending you?
Sometimes the one thing that you've been waiting for too long finally happens but it's not exactly the way you've wanted it. Due to disappointment, you opt for procrastination and hold back. However, is this the right way to react?
It wouldn't be such a surprise though, should we knew that the one thing we dream of rarely comes exactly as imagined. Even if it comes, there will always be something missing, something that will get us disappointed and completely off. However, no ancient curse binds us! That missing piece it's exactly the part that we need to work on. That's the part that you will learn to grow in the GAC seminar "4 keys to a better Life: International Coaching Week" that will take place in Limassol on May 12 - you can register for free here:
or during a free coaching session with a certified GAC coach - more info here:
as our gift to you for the celebration of the International Week of Coaching.
Do not waste your time complaining about what's missing! It's the perfect opportunity to show the Universe that you are committed and thankful. This has nothing to do with compromising. It's simply acting upon what the Universe sending us and what we have planned for ourselves.
Try this useful exercise. Think about the one thing that you want and pay close attention when it comes. Grab it even if it's not your textbook scenario!
You must be ready to ride the wave anytime, anywhere! Grabbing the opportunity will make you commit and go the extra mile that's essential to get you out of your comfort zone.
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JILL DOUKA, MBA, PCC
#1 International Bestselling Author of Create Love and How to Create Your Life
Business Mentor Awarded by European Union and accredited by Coach Federation
Global Academy of Coaching Director
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