Manifesting success with Bevin

There are those moments in life when you're driving on the freeway and it hits you -"Wow. I'm actually living the life I set out to live. Holy sh*t, how did this happen!?" It's a pretty great moment to have. I then think to myself - "What did I do differently to change my life and what is pushing me to stay on track?" I FIGURED OUT WHAT I WANTED. That's it guys, that's the big secret. Here's the thing. I don't feel like I am making any kind of extra effort in my life at all. I just sat down one day and started by creating one year in my life. I wrote down a list of goals both professional and personal (12 last year and 8 this year). I had no idea how I would achieve them, but I knew that I wanted them. The thing to remember is that we are just doing ONE year. This means you don't need to think in terms of forever. Some people have trouble even deciding or discovering what they want. That's fine. Make that the goal. Write it down - "I am discovering my passion. I am discovering my interests. I am discovering my calling." Then you need to repeat this to yourself every day. I do it every morning before leaving the house. Then throughout the day when ever it pops into my head I say - "I am open to receiving. I trust you. I am open." This is the only thing I changed in my routine and it changed me beyond my wildest dreams. Everything I have invited into my life has come. Becoming a fitness instructor is something I always wanted, but had no idea how I would go about doing it, I was even capable of doing it, would I be successful doing it? These thoughts plagued my mind, until this new year when I set my year up, I said - "Bevin, forget your emotions and concerns, essentially f*** it, and just commit to WANTING it". It's that simple, figure out what you want, commit to wanting it, and allow it to come into your life. I moved across the country and within a week and a half of being in LA. I found an ad on Craigslist for a gym in Santa Monica called Circuit Works. They were looking for individuals who wanted to apply to go through their 6 week training program to potentially become an instructor. 8 weeks later here I am teaching 4 classes a week. I stay on track because I see the track. I put one foot in front of the other and trust that the road is there. Bumps, pot holes, detours, I don't care, I just put one foot in front of the other and keep moving. The - "why am I doing this?" It's simple. I'm doing it because I want it. Don't overthink, just overachieve. ;)

Bevin Bru