“Just show me the way”
I suspect that there are many who if we were handed a road-map to guaranteed fulfillment, likely wouldn’t have much of a problem following it. In my experience of working with people, I’ve grown to believe that “willpower” is less so the problem, as much as a lack of clarity is.
If we aren’t aware of and connected to what we want, things tend to remain as they are – we tend to remain as we are. On the surface, this may appear to be procrastination and/or a lack of ambition, but what’s really at the root of this is a lack of clarity of vision.
In connection with one’s true purpose, self, and desires; inspiration and action emerges naturally. In such a state, a sense of inspiration and passion takes over, and doing that thing you should be doing, actually becomes the easiest thing to do.
Because, when we are truly connected to what is of our highest excitement and inspiration, the thing that we want to do most and that which is of our highest path, is one of the same. There’s no greater place to be, than being exactly where you want to be, doing exactly what you want to be doing. This is a state and quality of experience that is available to us all.