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If you see what you want, you get what you see.

If you see what you want, you get what you see.

Warning: it works both ways.

The looming question is, “What do you want?”

For some people, it’s clear, it’s easy, it’s a no brainer. For others, it’s a nail-biting, fidgeting deep dive into the psyche. If someone asked you and you had to give the first answer that came to mind, do you know what you would answer? Do you know what you really, truly want?

What are you focusing on, consciously and then sub-consciously? Are you focusing on everything that you don’t have? On everything that you’re not? Or not yet? Where is your energy directed? Is it towards those who have what you don’t or maybe even in the direction of those who don’t yet have what you do?

Knowing what you want and not¬†knowing¬†what you don’t want is not the same thing.

Here’s a simple example:

  1. I want ice cream.
  2. I don’t not want ice cream.
If you see what you want, you get what you see.

If you see what you want, you get what you see.

The first one is as clear as the car window at dusk: you can see everything outside as if the glass wasn’t even there.

The second statement doesn’t say much of anything.

Where do you stand? Do you know what you want? Is everything, or at least most everything, you’re doing in your life leaning in that direction? It’s not? Is it that you don’t know what you want or that you’re unsure if you’re “allowed” to put your efforts towards that goal because it’s not the direction that others think you should take?

If you see what you want, you get what you see.

Do you see what you want? Is it clear? If you see it, you can get there. If you can’t see it, unless you’re a bat, it’s going to be harder to get there.

P.S. I’m filing this under Delegating as I see this as not just seeing what you want, but making sure that your whole self is geared towards getting what you see.

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I don't like to call them excuses. They're priorities. With a handful of exceptions, we usually have a choice in our actions. They just need to be prioritized.

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