Focus On Your Destiny Being Greater than Your Debris

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Don’t think there will be one person who reads this hasn’t either some debris, or a trail of debris in their lives, stuff that has happened in the past that can never be changed, but that still affects their everyday living.

It affects them because they choose to let it affect them. And that is of course excluding  this huge traumas like sexual abuse or physical abuse. That’s not what I’m talking about. It’s the mistakes we’ve made in our lives; bad choices we’ve made, bad decisions we’ve made, financial mistakes we have made getting into bad relationships.

And in a roundabout way all those things have helped shape you into the person you are right now in this moment and time but they don’t have to create who you are in the future or affect what your destiny is.

It’s so easy to get caught in the trap of feeling like you are the sum total of my past mistakes. Instead, you have to develop the mindset that you are the sum total of whatever you want your destiny to be. 

And again, that’s a big choice you have to make but you have to make those choices if you want to change your destiny. 

Because COVID has had such a huge impact on people’s lives, their finances, their work, that change is going to be the new black for 2021 and 2022 if you want to reshape your destiny.

It’s going to be so important to get into a changed mindset and to figure out that your destiny doesn’t have to be decided by your debris. 

It has to do with what you want your destiny to be. We are all born with a God given talent; some of us find it by continually searching for it, some of us find it by accident (you know the oh I’m really good at this moment) or some of us may never find it. 

Unfortunately, the ones that never find it are the ones who continue to build up their debris.

If you have found that talent, then you have to find a way to monitize it to increase your chances of fulfilling your destiny.

You can have dreams and goals, but you have to love what you’re going to be doing. You don’t have to love what you have done, you don’t even have to love what you’re doing right now, but you’re going to have to love what you want to do, and change can start with one small tiny step in one direction, a different direction. 

And for everybody that can be a scary choice but unless you want to keep piling up the debris it’s a choice you have to start thinking about right now.

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