#OOMorningMotivation: Be Open to it Being Way Better Than You Imagined!
- Published on: 09 October, 2015
- Last update: 10 August, 2017
Worry can word itself in such definitive speech: “Oh no, my boss is going to yell at me!” or, “He/she won’t like me.”
These are predictive, absolute statements. And yet when we ask for the things we want, we do just that… we ask. We say, “I hope I get the job,” or “Please let me pass this exam!” We feel afraid to say “I will get this job” because duh – what if it doesn’t happen? We wouldn’t want to seem cocky or get our hopes up and feel silly if we’re let down.
If this is true, then why are we so unafraid to state our fears with this final language? What if our fears don’t come true – we don’t feel silly then, right? Why are we afraid to be wrong when it comes to success, but we’re so ready to be right when it comes to failure? Why do we exude the vibration of already owning some definitive worrisome outcome, yet we only ask/hope for the positive as a mere possibility?
Why are we more comfortable with the safety of NOT getting what we want?
I challenge you to change your language. We have to actively decide that we want greatness and change the way we speak to ourselves about the ownership of our outcomes.
Asking is matching the opposite vibration of what you want, because you’re coming from a place of not having. Use the language of the solution. Believe you already have it. It’s yours. Believe it can be better than you ever imagined. Say “I WILL GET THIS JOB” because even if you don’t, at least you didn’t set yourself up for failure before you had a chance.