YOU CAN HAVE ANYTHING WANT NOT EVERYTHING YOU WANT
Rickey Johnson, Phoenix, AZ. explains how to reduce major obtainment conflict from you life.
Many people allow themselves to be “pulled” in conflicting directions, unneccesarily.
You have a limited amount of lifetime to accomplish anything. You can chose what you accomplish.
You decided which is most important to be achieved. Most people discover they will not have enough “lifetimes” to
do Everything they want! Here is where you can remove obtainment conflict from your life.
Decide which “thing” is most important for you and focus your energies to obtaining that “thing”.
Stay “on course” to that “thing” until you obtain it, then, select another “thing” to obtain.
Note, its one “thing” at a time. Example: I want to be available for my parents and children, so I can enjoy
life experience with them AND I want to travel to all parts of the world, before a certain age and enjoy every part/
Conflict : Parents and Children require your 24/7 availability, Travel the world will not allow you be available 24/7 and you continue to age, daily.
So you try to do both and do not get to enjoy either.
Remove conflict. Decide which is most important, Being available for family ( parent&children) or travling the world.
You may realize that parent and children are not “forever” and when those life experience pass they are gone never to be
recaptured. The world will be there for travel at anytime, however your age will change also.
You have to decide which is most important, now.
Here is the great news about these decisions. You can change them. Yes.
Maybe the age you choose to travel the world can be adjusted.
Maybe you discover the life events you want to share with your parents&children can be met by a certain time.
The key is choose which one you want to pursue and pursue it obtainment to the fullest.
Conflicting emotions can not occupy the same place in the mind. You will be at a constant “war” with yourself.
So find your “peace” now and enjoy!!!!
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