Searching for inspiration. Problem Solved, at Last!

Many of us are looking to have it all. We want
more success, greater happiness and harmonious
relationships (often termed abundance). We do our
best to apply the secrets of success we discover
over the years but still there are times when we
feel stuck.

This is normal.

Nobody can operate at 100% efficiency all of the
time. In fact, it is not only healthy and a good
idea to have down time it is also one of the best
ways to come up with new ideas that will propel
you forward past any obstacles that pop up.

Getting stuck is only a problem if it becomes
habitual – if you have a cycle of aiming high,
getting stuck and then searching for inspiration
to dig you out of the hole. That is a very
stressful way to live.

Does this sound like you?

You find yourself surfing the internet randomly
looking for something interesting to occupy your
mind while secretly you are hoping to stumble
upon an idea or some new insight that will
inspire you. This sometimes wastes hours of your
day.

I know. I make this mistake too when I forget to
stay aware of why I am online and what I want to
do.

Thankfully there is a better way. In fact there
are three great ways to kick start inspiration:

1. Supportive People

One great way to stay inspired and on track is to
surround yourself with loving, supportive people.
When you have people around you who believe in
your abilities there is nothing you cannot
achieve. Their belief and support will reignite
your passion to keep you moving towards your
ultimate destination.

2.  New Environment

Very often when I am stuck in my work I will shut
down my computer, put my PDA in my pocket and go
for a walk or go to a coffee shop. I find when I
am out in nature or in new surroundings I can
think more clearly. I can get unstuck by doing
this.

Then, when great ideas pop into my mind I make
notes on my PDA so I do not forget the solutions
later when I am back in the office.

3. Release the stuckness

The most elegant and powerful way to quickly move
beyond stuckness is to release that stuck feeling.

If you know how, it is possible to go, in a
matter of moments, from feeling stuck, apathetic
and confused to feeling inspired, ready for
action and excited about making your dreams come
through. It really is amazing.

I will tell you how to do this in a minute but
first let me explain why inspiration is so
important in helping you get what you want.

Inspiration is the spark that ignites abundance
in your life – an abundance of happiness, great
friends and wealth. Do understand, true abundance
means having the inspiration to dream big dreams
and the courage to make it happen.

If this is a life changing skill you would like
to have, the best place to learn how is at this
site:

How Inspiration Unlocks Abundance

I have used this approach since the summer of
1999 and it is remarkable the difference this
knowledge has made to my quality of life. I am
happier, wealthier and more at peace than I have
ever been.

All because of this single essential skill – the
ability to bounce back and get inspired at
anytime even when the odds are stacked against me.

Again, let me be clear, many people talk
about abundance – what that really means is
inspiration backed dreams. Get that right and
life becomes a magical experience.

Take a moment and check out the site for yourself
at:

The inspiration Secret and Effortless Abundance

All the very best,

Peter

P.S. Inspiration is no mystery once you know how
to unlock it on demand. When you do abundant
energy, happiness and success become the norm.

Do yourself a favor and get your hands on the
easy way to success today and not in ten years
time when everyone else is already using it. You
will kick yourself for wasting another ten years
trying to get ahead the hard way.

Start right now at:

Inspiration for Easy Abundance

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Peter W. Murphy is a peak performance expert. His focus is on key distinctions that make a big difference. He enjoys going deep into a research topic to discover the often overlooked but key elements anyone can focus on to achieve much better results. Peter enjoys competitive tennis, travel, good friends, loud music and taking time to enjoy the moment.