In a previous post I suggested 12 questions that, if answered thoughtfully and thoroughly, can help you create the life you desire.
I omitted one questions, and it is the most important. You can think of it as the “igniter question.”
A rocket isn’t powerful until ignition. The latent power of the rocket becomes useful power once the fuel is ignited.
People have amazing latent powers and potential. Tragically, they often stay unrealized because they lack ignition.
The igniter question is this: What am I consistently doing?
One of the most flippant statements I regularly hear is, “I already knew that.” The important question isn’t “What do you know?” but “What are you doing with the information?”
The key is consistent effort. Not the occasional dabbling that so many mistake for consistent effort, but purposeful, focused and ongoing work.
What one thing, if you started doing it and kept doing it, would give you the biggest return on your investment of time and energy?
There is a time when you need to go beyond answering the questions and start applying the answers.
And that time is now.
(If you missed 12 Questions that Can Create the Life You Desire, click here.)