Commitment: What Would It Take?

I have been playing with an invisible cord of energy that draws me toward my short-term and long-term commitments.  The cord consists of an empowering question that both my conscious and unconscious mind continue to answer: “What would it take to . . . ?”

For me right now, I’m asking, “What would it take for me to practice this same meditation for the next 40 days?”  As I’m writing this I learn that Steve Jobs has died and I am called to ask, “What would it take for me to live and work more fully present in each moment?” 

One of my clients is looking at, “What would it take for me have more fun with my team?”  Another is asking, “What would it take for me to have a better relationship with my banker and money?”  Another is playing with, “What would it take for my business to feel easier?”

What is your “What would it take . . . ?”


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