No You Should Not Be Further Along

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I am where I need to be right now.

I am at peace with that statement. I even accept it openly.

But I was not always in this accepting energy. A while back, I regularly told myself I should be further along with my blog and life, in general. Observing other bloggers, people seem to have lapped me over the years. I experienced some success but never quite gained momentum to where things took off big-time for me.

Guess what? I was in the perfect place at the perfect time back then. I am in the perfect place at the perfect time right now.

No; you should not be further along.

Drink Truth Serum

Ego judges the moment inaccurately, creating illusion versus truth. Ego believes you should be making more money by now. What about friends with high-paying jobs, families and nice homes? You have none of these things. You should be where they are, right?


Fully accept that you are specifically where you need to be right now. If you desire to be further along in terms of income and worldly success, you need to face and feel fears, learn lessons and change your ways to accelerate personal growth. See yourself in the light of truth to proceed toward growth and greater happiness.

Plus you have no idea what the high-paying job, families and homes mean to friends and family. 7 years ago – when I struggled blogging-wise – I recall a 7 figure earner asking me how I did it. He envied my life of travel, fun and freedom. I envied his 7 figure income but obviously, he sacrificed some of his freedom and happiness on his millionaire journey.

Why do you believe you should be further along? Honestly own your mindset, your fears, your poverty consciousness and your actions. Something needs to change to kick start your growth.

Count Blessings Versus Being an Ingrate

Where your attention and energy goes, grows.

Count blessings to feel rich and to tune into riches versus being an ingrate tuned into scarcity. Stop focusing on what you are missing unless you want to keep missing out on life. Concentrate on your gifts. Focus on your family, friends and every single cent you make through your job and/or business.

Whatever you focus on expands. Feel wealthy for your blessings. Blessings and wealth expand in your life.

Feeling Broke?

Do you feel like you should be making so much more money than you currently earn now?

Own your greediness, desperation and selfishness. Hug your money blocks. Observe how stingy you have been as far as doling out your time and talents.

Feeling broke begins with a poverty consciousness. The without always mirrors the within.

Own that you are the root cause of money problems. Make firm and definite changes now. Move in a more abundant, prospering direction by feeling and releasing your money fears.

No one should be beyond where they are because we are always where we need to be.

Embrace now.

Own this moment.

You are where you need to be for the greatest growth and fulfillment.

About the Author 

Ryan Biddulph

Ryan Biddulph helps you learn how to blog at Blogging From Paradise.

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