There is no better time to create the life you want starting at Easter. If you find yourself frequently waking up tired of struggling and achieving virtually nothing, feeling a failure and unfulfilled, then this is the perfect time of year to decide to do something about it.
Easter is the festival where we celebrate the resurrection of Christ. Many see it just as the weekend where we share Easter Eggs. But what are their significance? The egg is given to celebrate the Easter holiday or springtime. It is a symbol of the rebirth of the earth in Pagan celebrations of spring and was adopted by early Christians as a symbol of immortality, rebirth, and new life.
With Spring being the time of rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, resurrection and regrowth it is the obvious time to begin rebuilding your life. Spring is all about our deliverance to life, to a new start. Make it the time for your new start, spring into action.
It’s never too late to begin rebuilding your life and make it great. What will it take you to make a dramatic change in your life? Will you ever be able to recover from your mistakes, adversity and challenges? You don’t know until you try, and if you’re successful just think what a difference it will make to your life.
So, Spring is upon us you can begin again, but you have to throw away all fears, all excuses, all limitations, and commit yourself fully to live each day as if it were your last and each moment as if it were the only moment you had left. Make the best of every moment, of every experience and of every interaction life sends your way. Take chances, make mistakes. Have no fear of failure. Live a life without regrets.
This is very poignant to me, as I sit vigil over my father as he slips away due to leukaemia. While I watch his life slip away, it makes it so much more significant that we grasp every day as an opportunity.
The first step is to believe that you can change. Then commit to start over and show the world what you are really made of.
“It’s never too late to be what you might have been.” George Eliot
Each day is a gift given to you. Each day is a new beginning, a new chance and a new opportunity for you to create something better, something new. To offer more value to the world around you, and to reveal more of yourself to those you love. So, make the best of each day. Make the best of each moment.
Start with the end in mind. You need an end point in order to know just how and where to start your journey. Where do you want to end up? What goals would you like to reach? Write it down. This is your target.
Ask yourself: “What kind of life do I want to create for myself?” And then, with the power of your imagination, travel in time and see in your mind’s eye how you would want the end result to look like, to feel like. Travel forward five years ahead, maybe ten, twenty, thirty years into your future.
Start at the end and build your life with that beautiful image in mind. Let your imagination run wild. Dare to dream big. Don’t settle for less than you are worth.
“No, this is not the beginning of a new chapter in my life; this is the beginning of a new book! That first book is already closed, ended, and tossed into the seas; this new book is newly opened, has just begun! Look, it is the first page! And it is a beautiful one!” C. JoyBell C.
Make a plan. Consider what it is you’ll need to do to achieve your goals and start your new life. It’s a good idea to sit down with some paper and a pen and write this down. Let me help you by providing my Single Page Plan Template to allow you to design the perfect life plan to help you change your life significantly. I will also provide you the full training to help you create your plan for 30 days.
You’ll probably need to create your “life plan” over a series of planning sessions. Once you’ve done it you will have a blueprint for your future, and I assure you it will empower you to go on and successfully make the changes.
What is the first step YOU can you take today to start rebuilding your life and make it brilliant?
“Rock bottom became the solid foundation on which I rebuilt my life.” J.K. Rowling
Thanks for reading this article. I would love to hear how you have taken actions to make your goals become reality. Drop me a comment. If you are someone struggling either E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or book a FREE 30 minute appointment and let’s chat through your difficulties and what you can do about them.
I wish all my readers a happy Easter and may it be the catalyst to create the life you want.