Can you guess who said this?


Here’s your shot of weekly inspiration:
“No-one else can feel the rain on your skin.
No-one else can speak the words on your lips.
Drench yourself in words unspoken.
Live your life with arms wide open.
Today is where your book begins.
The rest is still unwritten.”
Can you guess these words came from?
The ‘Blueprint’ day last Friday went very well & thanks to those
who attended – that was the full day
to take some time out to really ‘think’ about your future and
get your priorities right.
One of the points that came up during the workshop is really
very interesting and I thought I’d share it with you.
I’ll phrase the point as a question:
Why are you doing the things you do in life?

A lot of the time, it seems that many people live their lives

for other people – that to have a ‘successful’ life they have to
live a life that ‘others’ think is appropriate.
Very often, these ‘other people’ are not around – parents, family, friends,
colleagues, neighbours and so on, yet they seem to ‘live’ inside our heads!
Very often when i ask someone
on a 1 to 1 level why are they doing what they’re doing, they soon realise
that it’s because of what someone else wants.  And often they’re afraid
to make changes because of what ‘someone else’ will think…
And they’ve never really ALLOWED themselves to even think about
what they want.
Is that a recipe for a fulfilling life?
I don’t think so.
The above quote are actually lyrics from a song by Natasha Bedingfield,
called ‘Unwritten’. Inspiration can come from anywhere, and
I’m sure you have your favourite songs that inspire you.
Her lyrics here, I think, remind us that you are unique,
and have your own take on the world.  It’s up to you
to follow your own path, and
no matter where you are

Today is where your book begins.
The rest is still unwritten.
 
Anything can happen in 2010.   What do you really want?
 
 Food for thought…
 
Have a great week,
 
Shane
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About shanecradock

Inspiration, Focus & Results For Entrepreneurs & Executives

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