Manifesting the reality you desire is not an easy task, but it is possible. And the key to achieving it is by giving your best effort.
When you give your best effort to intentionally manifest your reality, you create the greatest possibility of accomplishing it. Over time, consistently giving your best effort will allow you to manifest the closest version of that reality possible for you.
Satisfying your collaborators, such as your body, other people, and material reality, by giving your best effort is a terrific way to lead them.
But, there is one collaborator whose satisfaction is the most impactful – you. Satisfying yourself, alone, that you are giving your best effort to manifest the reality you desire is crucial. And the best way to do that is by asking yourself, “Am I giving my best effort to intentionally manifest my reality as I truly desire?”
Answer this question with radical self-honesty. You don’t need to share your answers because you’re only satisfying yourself.
When the answer to that question is “No, I am not giving my best effort to intentionally manifest my reality as I truly desire,” don’t beat yourself up. Simply start giving your best effort, right then and there. Whatever that looks like, whatever your capabilities are at that moment.
Manifesting a painful part of your life differently has to be very important to you for you to satisfy yourself, alone. It’s irrelevant how often you answer “No” because your goal isn’t to give perfect effort. Your goal is simply to give your best. The important thing is that you’re asking the question, answering it honestly, and giving your best effort as often as you can.
As long as you give your best effort to intentionally manifest your reality, you will be satisfied. You will be satisfied because you really will be giving your best effort to manifest the reality you desire. The recipe couldn’t be easier: always give your best effort, in each moment, to manifest a desirable version of reality. Then simply remind yourself to do so whenever you realize you’re not.
Since you are in control of your actions, ideas, attitudes, and focus, you’ll always be able to give your best effort. Even when it seems hopeless, if it’s important enough, you can give your best. And even when your effort doesn’t produce desired outcomes immediately, you can still give it.
Giving your best effort is all you are responsible for. It’s all you can do. You can’t dictate the results any more than you can control your collaborators.