DEDICATION: How to clean your rose-colored glasses.
Change is inevitable.
And because it is inevitable, some aspects are predictable.
Yes, there will be friction between the old and the new.
But remember: friction creates traction.
And like the car’s tires that use friction to not only steer clear from here, but to also get from here to there, you can leverage changes in your life to better your circumstances, as well as the lives of others.
Along the way, destroying bad habits, bad thoughts, and bad karma is not a bad idea.
Likewise, having rose-colored glasses is actually a good thing.
Just remember: windshields, thoughts, and even rose-colored glasses eventually need cleaning.
These next 10 Dares are a step-by-step guide to proactively clean your rose-colored glasses throughout the day and week.
Start, maintain, and end your day with these 10 practical steps to Clean Your Glasses:
Today we will clean our rose-colored glasses with daily DEDICATION:
Here's a question: To what are you truly dedicated?
My wife and I had dinner with friends last night. The husband half of our friends has recently decided to retire from a well-paying government job. Actually, he is retiring from a career -- a significant difference from retiring from a job.
Late in life, within the comfortable confines of a good government job, this friend that I will call Mike has dedicated his life to an ideal: he is a life-long member of the United States military. He and his family have dedicated their life to moving where they have been needed. They have sacrificed a stable life among a stable community. And, yes: over the years, they have dedicated every single day to the safety and security of our nation.
I salute him and his family for what they have achieved. More importantly, I am in awe of their superlative resolve as they begin the process of shifting careers. They are confidently moving from yesteryear to tomorrow... with a faith and dedication that often falls far under the radar of most people. They are fully committed and dedicated to the "next step."
As you move forward from yesterday to today to tomorrow, I challenge you to survey your span of influence and ask your self a very important question: