Think about what you want, and cultivate it. The dictionary says to cultivate is to try and acquire or develop, as in a skill. Also, to apply oneself to improving. The latin origin means to prepare for crops. So what are you committed to cultivating in your life?
In Relationships: Cultivate what you have with others you care about by listening. Help when needed. Think of others before yourself. Improve your relationships intentionally.
In Your Craft: Cultivate the skills of what you do, and strive to do it better. What is your system to improve at your craft? If you cultivate this daily and just keep improving, success will take care of itself.
With Character: Cultivating your character and integrity makes you a better person, more willing to help others and also serving as a great example. This is not a fixed trait, and we can improve and develop in our decision making and how we show up and react to the events in our lives.
Imagine a gardener preparing the soil and seed for a plant to grow properly. Cultivate what you want in your life to grow forward and grow happy. “A purpose does not just happen, it is cultivated.”
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