It’s a word we often hear. It’s also a word that brings a lot of misplaced hope.
Whatever it is we are looking at, working on or experiencing, one way or the other…we want results for.
Let me give it to you straight, with the picture as our analogy.
Just because you own the seed, doesn’t mean you’ve sown the seed.
Whatever it is that you are looking at, working on or experiencing isn’t going to bear fruit without you first making the sacrifice of planting the seed, nurturing it, and being patient for it to sprout.
You’ve got to get it out of your hand and into the dirt.
As long as you stand their “planning”, having meetings about it and waiting for the “perfect” time to plant it, it isn’t growing.
That’s wasted time, wasted energy and misplaced hope.
Let it go from your hand if you want it to grow in your land.
Get it in the dirt.
If you are eager for results and can’t bring yourself to get the seed of your idea in the ground and actually growing I have news for you:
What you are really after is the nice cushy, lofty and dreamy thought of accolades, recognition and compliments.
Get your head out of those clouds and get your idea seed in the dirt.
It’s hard to let it go. Because then it might fail. It may not take root. It might not grow.
But there is only one way to find out.
And if you aren’t willing to do that?
Get in line with everyone else who isn’t.
They are buying a ticket to the movie about the one who did, and telling everyone in line “Hey, I could have done that!”
Yeah, maybe you could have.
But the movie you are about to see is about the person that did, because they actually did something about it.
Risk the chance that your seed won’t sprout or clutch onto it and remove all doubt.
It’s up to you.
See the results in your own life, or buy a ticket to hear about them in someone else’s.