Today let's reflect on the topic of support. Every goal we make, we set out with all good intentions of reaching it. We are energized to begin the journey, knowing that we will encounter challenges along the way. We anticipate knowledge will be gained in both experiencing success and failure as we work towards achieving our goals. To set a goal, we must first define what the goal is, what the purpose behind the goal, and our intentions once we accomplish the goal. The daily actions then become the steps we take to align with what we have defined.
Defining Thoughts thirty-day motivational challenge is like setting up a blueprint. We are spending thirty days to review the blueprint of who we are. We are determining whether we need to make minor or major revisions. If we were to roll our the review a blueprint of a skyscraper, we would see it would contain electrical wiring, plumbing, structural specs, foundation specs, and a long list of details it took to build the building, we step back and are in awe of.
When the building was first constructed in needed a vast amount of expertise and support from a variety of professionals to ensure the building would be built to safety codes, and would long outlast those that had a part of its construction. Not only did the blueprint needed to be detailed enough to ensure that those helping to construct the building could understand it, but it could be rolled out in the future and be looked at with a new set of eyes for anyone who would be involved in renovations, adding additional features, or massive remodeling. The value of the blueprint last longer than those who expertise hands drew it. Centuries could have past, and if one can get their hands on the blueprint, they would have hidden knowledge of the architecture of the building.
Today, as we think about the topic support. Let's reflect on what support we are giving ourselves as we unroll the blueprint of our lives. We may or may not agree with the original concepts. We may feel that we need a total remodeling and face lift. We may or may not agree with the originator's intentions of the blueprint made for our lives. We are the master architect. It is up to us, to roll up our sleeve, unroll the blueprint, and tediously review it to determine what we desire to change and how we can make those changes safely to produce the desired results. In doing so, reflect on what we need to have to support ourselves, and if there are others we will need to invite to help support us in our endeavor.