Everything You Can Do

I’m often asked, “How do I know I’m doing everything I should to manifest the things I want?”

One of the ways that you can know if you’ve done everything you can do is determining if you’ve done everything that YOU can do.

Sometimes people feel that they aren’t doing enough – they’re wanting to get that business going and it’s not picking up fast enough…or they’re trying find that perfect relationship, but the person hasn’t shown up yet. Then, they start feeling like they aren’t doing enough.

I’m going to let you off the hook: If you’ve done everything that you know to do, then you’re doing everything you can do.

Trying to do more than you know to do is forcing a situation which usually is a sign of attachment and as you know, forcing things never works. When you’re in the flow or when you are aligned with the thing that you want for yourself, the information you need will show up at the perfect time, exactly when you need it, not a second before and not a second afterwards.

The main thing here is understanding where you stand as it relates to doing the best YOU can do…and you KNOW when you’re doing your very best. Not someone else’s best, not some imaginary best, but the actual best that YOU can do. Then you can say, “I did my best”.

However, you also know when you’re doing the bare minimum or mediocre…so don’t allow yourself to be sucked into “Oh well, I’m doing the best I can do… blah, blah, blah”… when you KNOW it’s not your best.

You do need to push yourself to your own personal limits (and beyond), but you do have to be aware of and sure that you are doing the best you can do. And if you are doing the best you can do can do, that’s just fine – because that’s all you need to do.

And as a side note, sometimes doing the best you can do differs from day to day. You may be extremely tired one day and aren’t able to do as much as you did yesterday, but you’re doing the best you can do right now. Sometimes you may just be having an off-day. That happens – ask any professional sports player – some days they just have an off-day, but they did the best they could do that day. So make sure you’re doing the best you can do at all times and everything will always work itself out.

3 thoughts on “Everything You Can Do

  • July 18, 2008 at 12:13 am
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    This was great to read right now, Antonio. It’s an act of self love to do our best and then trust LOA with the rest. I was just talking today on a radio show about how sometimes we force ourselves and push ourselves because, at our core, we don’t actually believe that we can “attract” good things from the Universe. It’s like a form of workaholism, but the “work” is now manifesting. If we can trust the flow, then our best is good enough.

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  • November 22, 2008 at 7:28 am
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    It is well said that nothing is impossible which meant that everyone can do everything. However, this is not always true. It may be possible that I do only what I can. Most important is to determine the level and nature of problem and your level, if both match then it is likely that you may solve the problem. Critical information of phrase nothing is…..

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