I was motivated by inspiration to write this after a client said to me, "I am so motivated by my ambition and I just don't understand why it's been such a struggle every step of the way."
There have been many times throughout my life that I found myself more motivated by ambition than by inspiration. And what I learn over and over again, is each time ambition outweighs inspiration, it's more of a struggle than a flow as I move toward my heart's desires.
And, when I am feeling reeeeally ambitious, I find myself agreeing to things that aren't right for me in the long run and I have to back up a few steps to get myself back on the track that doesn't have all sorts of hurdles to jump over. You see, even though I thought my exuberant ambition was speeding me forward, it actually slowed the process down because I stepped outside of trust and remembering what would serve the highest good of all involved.
It's easy, when presented with a situation that appears to bring you shortcuts, to want to jump on that bandwagon, immediately. But what we'll often find out is there are no shortcuts to any place worth going. Sometimes the shortcuts don't allow us to discover new possibilities along the way that can take us to even greater heights than we could have imagined for ourselves.
So if you find yourself with lots of ambition and an equal amount of struggle consider this:
The more willing you are to be motivated by your inspiration, the more assured you can be that you'll be Divinely guided every step of the way, bringing you more ease and less struggle.
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