Recently, I had to do some massive travel.
In a span of 1 week I was in 3 cities and on 7 airplanes.
I attended a week long in depth training retreat (FLORIDA) while simultaneously attending my godsons first communion (NYC) and I live in AUSTIN . . . making it FAR from the ideal travel itinerary.
BUT, instead of allowing my ego mind to take me deep into “There’s no way I can do this!" I chose to follow my intuitive mind to figure out how I could be in 2 places at once.
I blocked out time on my calendar to sit down and begin the flight booking process. While my flight times with numerous layovers were FAR from ideal I continuously kept connecting into my intuition knowing I was doing what needed to be done.
I packed my gluten free oatmeal, my liquid stevia, my 5 different supplements, my massage ball for my morning stretching routine, clothing for 2 different climates, all of my notebooks and colored pens, papers, communion card for my nephew, communicated to my high level Non-Nine-to-Five community of clients in advance that I would be away from email, and did what needed to be done.
I committed full throttle.
Full throttle commitment is a process and it doesn’t happen overnight, in a few months, or even over a year. It takes real time, real effort, real dedication to take the actions we would rather not.
Had this been 10 years ago I would of said, "This is ridiculous!" or I would have never have packed my oatmeal, supplements, massage ball because “I can’t handle doing all of that and it’s too much to think about.”
To truly pursue mission driven work means taking on real and not-always-ideal full throttle commitments . . . not just once, not just twice, not just three times, but over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over AGAIN.
I teach what I refer to as “Intuitive Commitment” in the Non-Nine-to-Five programs. It’s the MOTHER of The 4Cs Method of Intuition. We go super deep into this C because it is soooo needed to be a thriving Non-Nine-to-Fiver.
Do you REALLY want to thrive? Are you willing to commit full throttle or will you continue doing what you’ve always done? The choice is always yours of course - stay in the impossible or step up and into what is possible by making bold commitments.
With Bold Commitment, Jen
PS: What bold full throttle commitments are you currently making? I would love to know! Email me here: firstname.lastname@example.org