Hurry is worry; and a mindset of limitation and lack.
For approximately the last 8 weeks we’ve been exploring what I’ve coined as the Axioms of the Leader Master-Mind. If you’ve missed any of the previous installments go here.
To tap into the Master-Mind as we’ve discussed and defined, is to operate from a higher state of awareness and order. While it may seem somewhat mystical, I guarantee it’s very practical; and we’ve even backed this up numerous times with the latest scientific research.
All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force…
We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent Mind.
This Mind is the matrix of all matter.
~ Max Planck (father of quantum physics)
If you fully grasp the comment from Planck above, you realize that you’re most probably running your Life and Business entirely from an extremely limited and elementary perspective.
Now let’s think this through based upon what we have already discussed and proven.
If modern science tells us that Matter is Mind (and vice versa); and there’s only one Mind that permeates all things, then very realistically if you can get something in your mind (which is just a cell in THE ONE Mind), then you have initiated the process of seeing it in matter.
So, your job as Leader, is to envision the outcome in your mind (which now exists in THE Mind), hold it, and act upon it, no matter what current circumstances tell you to the contrary.
You might want to read those two paragraphs again (and again).
The holding it and acting upon it are the most difficult work you’ll ever do because obviously appearances are very seductive.
Most people can tell me what they think they want,
but they can’t hold that idea steadfast in their mind long enough to allow it to happen.
Leaders hold the vision regardless of current appearances.
The statement above is the hardest, yet most powerful, work you’ll ever do.
Now let’s come back to the concept of being in a hurry.
To hurry is to worry, because hurry is founded in the metabelief that “it’s not coming,” or “it’s not going to happen,” (whatever “it” is)
You don’t have to slow down, you just need to calm down.
Let me give you an example:
Imagine for a moment that you’ve won the lottery (not a good intention, but let’s just use it for example), the state has contacted you and advised that you’re going to be receiving a check for $5M; and it will arrive in 4 weeks.
It’s 100% legitimate and it’s all verified and certified.
Are you in a hurry to get it?
Excited? Of course you’re excited! You begin planning on how you’re going to spend or invest the money when it arrives. The bills you’re going to pay, the gifts you’re going to buy, the investments you’re going to make, but you’re not in a hurry.
There’s a vast difference between “hurry” and “excitement.”
Even though it might be nuanced, and it may create some of the same endorphins, the mindset is different.
Hurry is fear, worry and lack disguised as passion.
When you KNOW, there’s no “hurry” for your objective and desire to get here or happen. Any more than there’s hurry when you and your spouse are told that you’re going to have a new child in 9 months.
Preparation? Excitement? Expectation? You bet.
But hurry? No.
In fact, actually there’s complete faith and calm confidence because you know it’s coming. It’s not a matter of “if” it’s just a matter of when.
Are you thinking?
Your opportunity, and responsibility, is to speed up yet calm down.
There’s always more.
Be a Leader. Live Your Purpose; and Take Your Power Back!