Discover What’s Possible
Throughout the years we’ve heard the expression that a picture is worth a thousand words. It’s time to Discover What’s Possible.
A few days ago I was making a few changes to my website. While searching on the internet, I came across this image that hit home.
I mean where would you see something as spectacular as this, unless you were fortunate enough to have been the one to have taken the photo. It reminds you of how much beauty there is in the world, especially when we are bombarded by the negative messages in the media, which have a way of affecting our ability to be hopeful and optimistic.
It’s unfortunate that it’s the negative that gets our attention. For many, it’s like a magnet, an irrepressible force that pulls you in and affects your moods, your thoughts and your sense of what’s possible.
For me the above image is a portal into an amazing world full of wonder, of joy, and of possibility—a world that has always existed, yet one in which we were unaware
David Hobbs says it in this way:
“The compulsion to see what lies beyond that far ridge or that ocean—or this planet—is a defining part of human identity and success.”
There is much more out there to explore. For various reasons, we won’t we able to explore everything that we would like to, but we can decide to make what we do explore, an exciting adventure of discovery.
Perhaps the greatest adventure and most rewarding is changing our paradigm about living. Waking up each day—excited, with a smile on your face, even in the midst of uncertainty is what real success is. In this paradigm, the shift from the physical world of accomplishment and achievement to the inner world of being and wonder has the potential to transform your relationship to life itself.
In your life what lies beyond that far ridge or that glass ceiling which was once a barrier?
Who is that person inside of you waiting to emerge? May this image be an inspiration for you to keep exploring.
Embrace this Great Mystery, this Great Adventure, called, “Life,”
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Mark Susnow is a life coach and strategist and thought-leader who inspires others to believe in themselves. He is passionate about life being an exciting journey of discovery. A former trial attorney for 25 years and musician, he integrates what it takes to be successful in the world with the inner wisdom unfolded to him through years of yoga and meditation.
If you are curious to find out how Mark can make a difference in your life both personally and professionally, you are invited to contact him at 415.453.5016 or email him at email@example.com.
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