You’re at a crossroads, trying to figure out where to go next.
You have a metaphorical backpack that’s absolutely full of assets and resources –– but there’s just one problem: you’ve never looked in it.
So you make a best guess about what you need to make the best choice to put yourself on the road to success.
The newest course/manifesto/bright and shiny thing.
Well … maybe.
But the truth is, there’s no way that you can know what your success hinges on if you aren’t sure what resources you have already.
So you can spend a lot (and I mean a lot) of time, energy, and money spinning your wheels, hoping that you hit on the right thing to move you forward on your journey.
Or you can take a moment to take stock of what you already have, then make a plan that’s grounded in the reality and resources you need to make your biggest, most audacious dreams a reality.
That’s what this guide is all about.
The first step on any journey or in any decision is the ability to assess your resources, and in How Are You Provisioned, you’ll learn how to take stock of what you already have (and I guarantee it’s more than you think). We’re talking external resources, internal resources, your natural inclinations and how to make the most of them, and what your weak spots are, and how to bolster them.
The result? Those anxiety inducing decisions become … easy.
You stop overthinking, and start discerning. You learn how the tiniest shifts in focus can give you the perspective needed to let your life unfold gracefully. You stop finding yourself doing the same damn thing over and over again, and actually make some serious progress in the direction you want to go.
And the best part is, you’ll be able to approach every decision, every crossroads, every “Wait, where am I again?” moment you come across in the future with the same skills.
No more spinning your wheels.
No more “Yeah, but…”
No more constantly second-guessing your next step, only to end up taking one step forward and two steps back anyway.
Instead, clarity. Insight. Discernment. Now and always. You in?