If there’s one mistake I see people make above all others, it’s that they try to do what is not their job.
They have figured out what they want, but then they try to go out and figure out how to bring it about.
You are the God of your reality. As such, you are responsible for guiding that reality according to the vision you hold for it. You are responsible for using your will to forge a path ahead.
Yet, your job stops there.
Your job is not to figure out how to make it happen.
Your job is not to break it down into manageable steps.
Often times, your job is not even to take the action to get there, though sometimes it is, but it’s not for you to figure that out.
Your job is only to hold the vision, set your will firmly, and everything else takes care of itself.
Imagine for a moment you are the CEO of a multi billion dollar company. You have thousands of employees who do the work of that company every day.
If, as the CEO, you hold a vision for that company that you’d like to accomplish, what do you do?
Do you go down to each level and do all the work yourself?
Do you do the sales, the development, the billing, the managing, and everything else?
No, of course not.
You hold the vision. You delegate tasks to others to carry out on your behalf, and those others often delegate portions of those same tasks to still others.
And then you watch your vision take shape before you. You make sure it’s being carried out according to your specifications, and make adjustments if necessary.
The CEO leads.
It’s popular today to put the day-to-day employees of a business on a pedestal and ignore the work of the top management. But a business without a functional CEO is like a ship without a captain: it drifts aimless and ineffective.
And so it is for you. As the sole ruler of your own reality, you decide what it is you want. That doesn’t get outsourced — not to family, to friends, to society, or even to the Gods.
You decide what you want, for yourself.
But then you don’t go and try to micromanage the execution of that vision. You hold reality to your will, and watch your vision take shape. If something goes wrong, you correct course and try again. You remove all internal obstacles to bringing about your will.
The more you learn your job as a God — as a creator — the more effective you will be.
And yet so few people talk about what it means to will. I said it’s simple, but it’s not always so easy.
How do you form your will? How do you make it actually affect reality, with surgical precision?
That’s why I’m holding my new masterclass this weekend, What Does It Mean to Will.
I’ll give you all the tools and techniques you need to hone your will into an unstoppable force of creation. Just click below to check it out: