When Roger Banister ran a mile in under 4 minutes, he was able to do it because he had faith that it could be done. Every time that he ran around the track, he believed that the 4 minute mile was about to be achieved. He didn't give up, he kept his focus. He waspersistent, took inspired action, mixed it with desire and faith. Think about what you have created in your life that you might have thought was impossible and you will notice that your manifestation also had the same ingredients.
To create your ideal life you have to be braveenough to fill your dreams withdesire, persistence, belief and inspired action to make your life the way you want it. Thomas Edison 'failed' at making a light bulb over 10,000 times. Roger Banister 'failed' at running a mile under 4 minuteshundreds of times. Whats interesting to note is that with both instances, these men were doing exactly what they wanted to be doing with their lives. If you are living your life in the way that you want while giving value to others, know that you are right on track and that whatever bumps you hit along the way are there to give you a lesson needed to create your life. Welcome those challenges because the more you 'fail' the closer you are to creating your ideal life.
Having challenges is part of creating your dream. If you aren't being challenged that means your goal is uninspiring. Be brave enough to have a big goal and then be brave enough to fail forward!
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