In John 10:10 it says that Jesus came so that you can live an abundant life, though the preceding part says that the devil came to kill, steal and destroy. This tells me that we are supposed to live an empowered and enriched life, but we will face some challenges along the way. The key message for me here, as a motivational life coach, is that despite the ups and downs, we are supposed to be living an abundant life. So, my question to you is, are you living an abundant life? If not, what do you need to do in order to have one?
Do you confess a life of abundance daily? If you spend thirty minutes praying for the things you want but afterwards spend two hours (in your conversations) speaking the opposite or against what you have prayed, then you are not speaking abundance, you are in fact cancelling your prayer.
Faith really means talking and confessing what you want to see. Just like you have KPI’s at work and have meetings to ensure you keep focused and keep track, so must you do with your own goals, keep focused on them and assess where you are in a timely manner. Doing this will ensure that you have the right mindset and then also speak in alignment with what you are believing for.
Why not try speaking in the present tense with your goals? Change your life by changing your mindset and changing your words. Try to find books or read about people who have done inspiring things, read the bible or speak to people who you know who generally encourage people.
This is especially important if you are having a bad day, remembering that a bad day is not a bad life. If you look at your current reality and tell yourself that this is not working or this is not going to happen (because that’s what you see) then that will ultimately be your experience. In other words, it will not happen because you do not believe it will.
Try telling yourself the opposite, speak into your life, big yourself up not put yourself down. Speak abundance into your life.