When you trust that things will work out, something happens to your perspective of life. You are suddenly more open to people, opportunities and events. If you’re in a state of feeling like you have to control everything and thinking that only things you do or don’t do will affect the way things happen, you are releasing so much tension to the world, and you can’t see the opportunities that are right in front of you.
When you trust that things will work out, you are able to relax and to focus on what you need to get done in order to move forward. You don’t stress about the next email, your monthly rent, your car payments or things you need to do tomorrow or next week. You’re present, calm and it comes across when you meet other people as well, which makes them more likely to want to work with you or take interest in what you’re doing.
When you trust that things will work out, you allow yourself to focus on the moments that really matter, the time spent with your family, friends and much needed alone time. You don’t feel like you have to work 24/7, you don’t feel the need to create a big name for yourself, because you know that in time things will work out for the better.
Trust in the process and unfolding of your life. It’s unique, like a snowflake, there is no other one like it. Enjoy all the little moments and give yourself a pat on the back once in awhile to acknowledge yourself and be nice to yourself. Be your own biggest fan, because once you can do that, you can be there for others as well.