Create your own excitement about life

Creating a life full of excitement can often be mundane and even boring, IF you take your sights off the end result you are aiming for. In the Garden of Eden process, we accept that God knew what he wanted to accomplish when he started to create this world.

And he set out on his process, I often wonder was every day exciting? What is exciting to God? Or, to be more relevant, what is exciting to you? As I sat today reading and responding to emails, making phone calls and trying to set up meetings, I realized that “exciting” is all up to to me. I get to decide. With the eye on the eventual goal– mine right now is a New York retail store for my jewelry line — every single email or phone call becomes exciting. Why? Because it is moving me towards my goal. My success is unfolding. I am reaching out to those who may be reaching out to me, or just waiting for me in the near future. This email may be the one that gets a response!

But it requires me to keep doing the mundane and the ordinary.

So as you continue to create your ideal life, determine that every action or thought that moves you forward is part of the excitement. This is whether you are at a copier making 20 copies of your manuscript to send to agents, licking stamps to mail your promo letter for your group, or packing gift bags for an event. These may not be high on the general excitement scale, but if they are getting you towards your goal, just decide that they are the most exciting things you get to do.

This sure makes for more fun during the day. And before you know it, every day is full of excitement.

Be Open to chance encounters

Sometimes it is the unplanned, chance encounter that moves you toward your goals.

Over the last week, I happened to meet two established jewelry designers who were so inspiring to me as I build my jewelry and accessories business. see my blog at http://blog.lizmannette.com for the full details of meeting the famous David Yurman in New York City. And then just sitting in the lobby in a hotel in Toronto, I met an interesting gentleman with whom I may do further business on two projects. And these were not the planned, scheduled meetings that brought me to both these cities.

The Garden of Eden is all about a process and following a plan to create your ideal life. But part of this plan involves recognizing that you are working out God’s design for you. And he is orchestrating circumstances and events to cause his design for your life to occur in his timing.

And this is where the chance meetings take place. You may have a conversation on a train or a bus, happen to pass through a library or hotel, or be in a seminar or club meeting where someone connects you with someone else or you meet another person who is just the person you needed to meet at that time. Some call this the Law of Attraction. In the Garden of Eden process, we call this the Creator’s plan for you working out according to his plan as you partner with him in living your life.

So expect these meetings. Be open to persons around you who may simply open the conversation with a hello. You never know how the Creator’s plan will unfold for you today. Always look for what is good about a meeting, a conversation or an event. And listen to hear his voice and receive his guidance.

chart your progress

Well, I’ve finally decided to move the marketing of the book to another level. So now we have stationary, bookmarks, book promotion poster, and other marketing and presentation stuff nicely designed and ready to launch us out into another level.

It was one thing to write the book, build a simple website, do one or two seminars, but now I sense that I have to move ahead with the plan to get this message distributed widely. So we will be starting an online campaign, and in my local area, I will be finally getting the book into stores and approaching my church connections to make presentations.

In everything we do there must be some progress that we can chart. God the Creator expects this. This is the message of Day Four in the Garden of Eden…see page 71 of the Book.

So, I will be letting all blog readers know when there has been small steps of progress on this project. Stay tuned.

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