When one door closes another door opens.
What if you aren’t looking and paying attention to those doors though?
Sometimes, it is very easy. A relationship ends…door closed and down the road a door will open to start a new one. We interview for a job and it doesn’t go the way we want, door closed, but we will get a call about our resume again soon.
What doors do you want to have open for you? Talk to God and tell him. Are there doors that you also want to make sure that he shows you are closed? Write that too.
All of this stuff is kind of like the birthday wish when you blow out your candles. I don’t want to say any of it out loud, because what if it doesn’t work?
Every morning, I pray on my businesses. I pray that I am called to make one big gesture or move that will change things dramatically as far as Young Living is concerned. All I hear from God though is to be patient, to take it one day at a time. That in time it will all be as it is supposed to and it will be that much sweeter.
I need to remember to purposefully put time into that business, even with having a 9-5, a myriad of children, a home, a husband and countless other things on my plate. Treat it like a hobby and it will be a hobby, treat it like a business it will grow like a business. I do believe that this is true.
When I am ready, it is there. It is there for me to put as much time and effort as I feel I am capable of. Just like everything else in my life. I have a lot here, all around me that I am ever so grateful for. I feed those as I find them important and I am deciding to feed the relationship with my husband and my children the most right now.
I am praying to God to show me which doors he wants closed for me to open up the Young Living door, the being a momtrepreneur door a little wider. I need to be able to see where the time can come from. I have been praying and I believe that I know what it is. I just need a bit more of a clearer sign!
Thanks be to God.