Keeping the focus with 2020 vision

As 2020 is fast approaching, I am amazed at how quickly the year has gone by. But you know the long time saying “time flies when you are having fun,” and I did have some fun times, some times of laughter and everything else in between.

2019 was filled with ups and downs, ins and outs, and A LOT of learning, relearning and letting go. Through it all, I have grown, I have matured and I am better able to ride the waves as they come. Because one thing is certain, the waves will come, so you better be prepared.

Going into 2020 my vision is clear and I am keeping focused. Hopefully, you know where you want to go so you can get there, and if you don’t know, that you will get the vision and your sight will be made clear and you will step out in faith into your greatness. According to Helen Keller “The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision.” My desire for you is that you have both sight and insight so that you can see the vision.

There were a lot of unexpected blessings that came my way this year and as I was sharing one particular testimony with a colleague yesterday, she started crying, overwhelmed with joy for my blessing. Later on, she cried tears of sadness for a challenge she was facing. Later that evening, I heard a voice as clear as day (the voice of the higher power ) directing me how I can assist this colleague. Initially, I tried to bargain with the voice but the instructions were very clear and precise. Again as clear as day, the voice said, have I ever forsaken you, were you not blessed just today, did you not say you will share your blessing when in abundance? I hung my head in shame as the voice was right. I had been blessed time and time again and I did promise to return when in surplus.

I did as I was instructed and the colleague cried again today, many tears of overwhelming joy, this time for her unexpected blessing. I was filled with so much gratitude, so much happiness, so much peace. After lunch, I came across this quote by Tony Robins on LinkedIn, “When you direct your focus toward gratitude, you’ll find true joy and fulfillment.” Time and time again, this quote has proven to be true, as giving starts the receiving process.

Going into 2020, my desire is to stay focused on my goals and not lose the vision that I have been working towards.

Keeping the focus with 2020 vision.


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