Overall, there was a lot of good feedback and it was a nice event, but I could have done a few things much better.
I could have looked at working with a caterer for the food instead of trying to go cheap and pick things up at Costco myself.
I could have spent more time investigating venues and choosing one that was a little more upscale.
I could have really highlighted the fact that we were at a NEW venue for this meeting so that no one assumed we would meet at the office as we've done in the past.
Given those things that need improvement, I find I'm sitting with a lot of self-talk, criticizing and nitpicking every last detail. Even worse, I catch myself thinking that I'm not up to this new task, that I'm in over my head and should turn this over to someone more experienced.
But - I'm loving what I do. And the spiritual side of me truly believes I'm in this role for a beautiful, amazing reason.
So I'm not giving up. Instead, I'm practicing humility and remembering that I am here to be teachable. I'm remaining open to the possibility that I can take what I learned and go into my next event with confidence that it will be THAT much better next time around.
I'm choosing to focus on what went well at the event and hold on to the consciousness that Spirit was at the very heart of everything that transpired. And, if I believe that truth, then I can hold the expectancy that the Universe ALWAYS has my back, even in the face of things that did not go so well.
So, no pity parties for me. Instead, I'm filled with joy that I get the chance to make my next event even better than anyone can imagine.
I am worthy. I am deserving. I am enough.
So, where are you letting negative self-talk prevent you from learning a great lesson? And where have you learned the lesson and experienced success as a result?
Today, I set the intention to remain humble and teachable in the face of mistakes and to remain open to guidance from the Universe that shows me how my next event will be filled with love and creativity and success.
"Continued attention to a problem attracts it into your experience.
To remove it from your experience, you must remove your attention from it."
"It is important to acknowledge all your feelings and not beat yourself up for having them.
Your feelings are not good or bad, they just are."
In the light of this moment, I see clearly that there is only One Infinite Intelligence, creating the beauty of each sunrise and the splendor of each sunset. It is unlimited possibility, so vibrant and alive, yet comfortable and filled with peace. There is no doubt of the Goodness of Spirit in the here and now, Divine Love surrounding all that is.
I live, move and have my being in this Divine Love, secure in the grace of Life. I tap into the energy of Spirit, allowing for Its full and complete expression through me and as me. My highest nature is love and I live each day in faith and trust that everything for my good is revealed through a lens of joy and happiness.
In the midst of the chaos of my work, I choose to stand in the vibration of more than enough time and resources to plan successful events. Letting go of excuses, I trust that everything I need will flow to me easily and effortlessly. I am so creative and see that creativity expressed in the amazing venue for my events, in the food that is healthy and delicious, in the speaker who is on fire with his topic. I welcome the wonderful feedback from clients and prospects who are being prospered simply by choosing to attend my events. And I claim that every aspect of my life is so much better for having taken on a new job that calls me to take a leap of faith into a new line of work.
Centered in love, I am grateful for the power of Spirit that tells me I am more than qualified in the work I do. I give great thanks for successful work events, for satisfied clients and for my boss who always trusted I could do it. And I am filled with gratitude for the wisdom to surrender to the Universe and let life unfold in amazing ways.
Affirming everyday miracles are at hand, I release my prayer to the consciousness of the Divine Life, knowing it was done before I wrote these words. I let love guide my life. And I let it be so. And so it is.
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