How to overcome struggles in faith

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When business feels settled, things feel certain, and there’s little time for guessing what’s around the corner, it seems as if breathing comes easier. A little bit of boredom at least means that there’s probably not a whole lot to be losing sleep over.

But when everything is up in the air – hanging like a cloud, debating whether to pour rain or let the sun peek through – it’s easy to concentrate on the question mark hanging over each and every situation.

I don’t know how everyone else handles lulls like this, but for me, I check everything. And re-check. And check again.

I check my business plan, I check emails, I check my bank account, I check twitter, I re-check emails, I check business stats, I re-check twitter, I check new business opportunities, I re-check emails and the list goes on.

The thing is, I don’t even really know what I’m looking for. I’m waiting for that one BIG thing – the new business offer that would put my monthly income where it should be, the opportunity that would give me something to talk about, the lifeline that might pull me out to solid ground again.

And that’s how I know it’s not going to happen right now. It’s not about being pessimistic, it’s about knowing that every big thing that’s ever happened in my life occurred when I wasn’t looking, wasn’t too invested, and was able to let go enough to be ok with any outcome – a place I’m so far away from at this point, I’d have to take three planes and a boat to get there.

Right now has become my mantra. I want to be swimming in an overflow of financial abundance RIGHT NOW. I want to have some amazing book deal in my hands RIGHT NOW. I want to be free from the stressors that I’ve been feeling RIGHT NOW.

The truth is, all of this only shows my utter lack of faith – in myself, in the process, in the greater good. And that’s just not going to get me anywhere.

So for now, I’ll start out small. No more checking my inbox immediately after opening my eyes in the morning. No more checking tweets one more time before I go to bed at night. Hopefully the rest will come naturally – with just a little bit of prodding.

Have Faith and everything else will fall at it’s place.

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