By Diana Morais
An entrepreneur looks for bright ideas, that nobody thought of before, that will save the day. Recognition as the main motive can lead to a rather gloomy path. The constant search for feeling “special” results in an artificial world, where we no longer see the reality so instead of questioning ourselves to do what is best, we end up being driven by others and what they will think.
In the movie “Field of Dreams”, Kevin Costner’s character hears an inner voice that has no logical or rational thought behind it. “If you build it, he will come” does not let him sleep at night until he starts building a baseball field in his farm. The movie unfolds in a series of events that we cannot account any sense in the main character’s actions, until the events prove otherwise and his dream becomes the reality. Of course that in order to create the dream in the physical world, hard work and effort are associated with it, but the feeling of fulfilment involved makes the process brighter.
We all have access to this pure intuition 24 hours a day. In order to know if an idea that comes out of nowhere is truthful, there are no pre conditions involved. The idea will stick to you until you do what has to be done, or you may choose to let your survival instinct in charge, and act based on what you have been doing so far. The reality only changes when you change. So what’s it going to be?
In order to access your light-bulb moment, make sure you do your best where you are right now, without expecting anyone’s validation or recognition. You can only overcome your own self, so use yourself as a reference for shinier outcomes.
Change now and live a different effect.