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The Road to Your Fullest Potential

The Road to Your Fullest Potential

Eve Evangelista shares how to achieve your potential.

To know where you are heading, realize you are the creator of your life. Don’t let others dictate what you should be, do and have. Instead be the creative force, by being the author of your life. Would you be excited to read your biography? Don’t worry about the passage of time, for where you are at, is exactly where you need to be. Start today as a clean slate. What longings have you swept under the rug? It’s time to revisit or create new desires.

To have clarity, trust your intuition and take advice only if you feel good about them. There are too many people–with well meaning intentions–giving advice from where they are at in life. No one knows you better than your inner guidance: that’s your commitment … to listen within rather than getting confirmation from outside of you.

To have fun, start focusing on people or events that are flowing, making you feel good. Don’t grow your attention on areas in your life that are not working. Which situation do you prefer to grow–feeling good or awful-feeling experiences? You determine how much joy you have by what you focus on. Make a determined decision right now that feeling good is a top priority.

To be productive, press the “pause” button in your life when events are not working out. Spend time doing activities that get you out of feeling bad, like watching a movie or talking with friends. Have a list of things that you can rely on to elevate your mood.

To understand the beginning and ending cycles, be aware of the freedom and the benefits of the energy of change. We try to hold onto relationships or materials that no longer serve their purpose. Change comes along to bring in the new … for you are ready….Continue reading on

Eve is a Passionate Life Consultant and the author of Create and Move Forward in Life.

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6:02AM PDT on Aug 6, 2013

Andy, I don't understand why a separate individualised identity is something that has to be overcome. We are all individuals, and we need to recognise ourselves as such so that we can appreciate and encourage individuality in other people. The article makes sense to me.

4:29PM PDT on Jun 19, 2013

I apologize - it was Andy H.

4:28PM PDT on Jun 19, 2013

While this article is interesting, as Andy V says, it presupposes some things about people as a group. Many of us have things in our day-to-day lives we cannot change, like jobs, not if we want to eat and have a place to live. We may have obligations, family, jobs, and all that they entail, that won't allow us to "have fun" and find how productive each of us, separately, can be. We are already productive, it may not be the way of this article, but it is a positive in our lives. Our family has to be included in this finding ourselves and our productiveness. When there is a family involved there may not be the time to meditiate on where we should be in our life - we cannot get rid of our family if we feel a bit stifled - welcome to the real world of obligations.

7:29AM PDT on Jun 6, 2013

Thank you for sharing.

8:25AM PDT on Jun 4, 2013

Thank you Gail, for Sharing this!

4:25AM PDT on Jun 4, 2013

so true..thanks!!

8:48AM PDT on Jun 3, 2013

Trust and chance are essential

8:56PM PDT on Jun 1, 2013


7:54PM PDT on Jun 1, 2013

Thanks for sharing.

2:50AM PDT on Jun 1, 2013


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