POD: What You’ll Need In Your New Story of Ease

Today’s prompt follows on yesterday’s:
Take 25 minutes to write your answer to this: What beliefs, knowledge, people, skills and tools would you need to live out your new story of creating your life’s work with ease and fun?
And take 5 more to write your answer to this: Are any or all of these available to you right now? Of those that are not, what would it take to for you to acquire or get access to them now?

The biggest belief that I need to pursue my new story of ease is that it can be accomplished.  That others have overcome the red-tape, hoops and barriers and that I can too.  I have to allow my belief that it is meant to be to override my fear of failure.  I need to research more of how to make it happen from other expats that have done it.

impossibleI need to work on gaining more knowledge of the country, policy and players so that I can know where to put my focus.  I will need to find the people who make can make it happen, who know how to cut the red-tape, jump through the hoops and overcome the barriers.  I will need to pursue every avenue, continually for doors that can be opened that currently appear closed.

I can work on that part while I continue to keep my focus on where I am now and what is before me.  I can count that when the time comes, God will open the doors or windows that are needed for my husband and I to walk through together.  I am excellent at research and I will find what it needed for us to move forward and trust God’s timing in the when.  If I do my part, He will do His.

This post is prompted by
Tara-Nicholle Nelson’s 30 Day Writing Challenge for Conscious Leaders.

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