I forgot where this line is from, but I do remember encountering this sentence frequently while in my early years of therapy. I had just started going down the rabbit hole to help diminish my depression and anxiety, when people, movies and even books kept spouting these words. I didn't think much of it, until I lived in California years later.
During one of my talks with a friend we discussed the hardships of having your own company and mainly: creating and keeping a well-established client base. 'How do you get clients? How do you keep 'em? How do I know which steps to take, choices to make? FOMO!!'
Just a summation of what keeps many entrepreneurs up at night, and what keeps us going through the day. But after the chase comes exhaustion..
Manifesting clients, work and opportunities feels like a better solution to me. Instead of chasing stuff and people, we attract them. And only what we really want or need, not just for the sake of making more money (except of course when that ìs your primary focus/need). It's how I came to work at several beautiful places in the US and even became head trainer at a wonderful, large incorporation with amazing people. I felt like I was in over my head, yet my heart already resonated with everything it could find in my surroundings. So I went, only where I was already celebrated and eventually my head and heart started synching. The knowing, the feeling. The intuitive and the thinking. Rational and emotional, all vibrating at the same level and for the same goal:
To celebrate that you are celebrated. To know you're welcome. To know yourself. And once you do, nothing and no one will ever come close to distracting us with chasing, needing and comparing ever again.
Here, we do not chase or 'hustle'. We align and the Universe manifests accordingly.
Zoë van Mourik | Equine Trauma & Behavior Specialist
www.zoevanmourik.com & www.houseofhorsemanship.nl
Zoë van Mourik: Equine Trauma Specialist, Behaviorist