Unleash Your Inner Drive Today

Unleash Your Inner Drive Today

Hello, my dear reader friend! In the journey of life, there are moments when we encounter challenges, uncertainties, and obstacles that demand our unwavering commitment and resolve.


In my humble opinion, being determined is not just a state of mind; it's a powerful force that propels us forward, helping us overcome adversities and reach our goals. In today's blog, we'll explore the concept of determination and I will share two tips to nurture and harness this incredible quality.

Let’s start from the beginning: What does being determined and focused mean? I believe to be determined is to possess a relentless and unwavering commitment to achieving a goal or overcoming an obstacle. I purposely use the word obstacle rather than roadblock because obstacles can be overcome. Possessing determination and focus is a state of mind that drives us to persevere in the face of adversity. Being focused, on the other hand, is the ability to channel that determination into a concentrated effort, eliminating distractions and staying dedicated to the task at hand.

There are ways to make the desire to be determined and focused a reality. Here is some food for thought:


Tip # 1: We must start with the belief that we can do it! Silence any doubts or overthinking on how to get to where you want to be. Visualizing our success is one effective way to enhance our determination. Schedule a time each day to vividly picture yourself achieving your goals. Visualize the obstacles melting away, envision the success, and feel the emotions associated with your accomplishment.


Nurture the sense of success and achievement.  Visualization not only boosts our confidence but also strengthens our determination by making our goals feel more tangible and attainable. During my morning meditation and sometimes throughout the day, I envision what I want. I create a still mental picture of what I am on the journey for. When doubts and overthinking start to seep in I firmly visualize this still picture I created in my mind.


It takes practice, I'm not going to lie. It’s a mental exercise I have been practicing for many years. Living with a physical disability forces me to depend on this visualization so I am not bogged down by my daily obstacles.


Tip # 2: Embrace the power of affirmations. Positive affirmations bring to reality what we are envisioning.  Affirmations are powerful tools that can help rewire our minds for success. Numerous experts have characterized this as the ability to reconfigure our brains.


In practice, we must start by creating positive and empowering statements that reflect our determination and repeat them daily. These affirmations act as reminders of our capabilities, instilling a positive mindset that fuels our determination. For example, start your day by affirming, "I am determined, resilient, and capable of overcoming any challenge that comes my way."

Let go of the fear of criticism from peers who may not be where you are today. In other words, You are determined to be determined. You are determined to learn how to be focused. You are ready to achieve your goals. You are ready to remain on the journey until you achieve your goal. 

My favorite affirmation is I CAN! I’M ABLE, FOCUSED, INTELLIGENT AND DETERMINED.  I created the post 'I CAN,' which I'm using for this blog. It's simple and profound, making it easy for me to visualize when doubts and overthinking start seeping in.


In the grand tapestry of life, determination is the thread that weaves dreams into reality. By visualizing success and embracing affirmations we can cultivate and amplify our determination. Remember, challenges are stepping stones to success, and our determination is the key to unlocking our fullest potential.

As the legendary Winston Churchill once said, "Success is not final, failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts."

Let’s embrace determination, face challenges with resilience, and let our unyielding spirit guide us to unprecedented heights.

You are capable of greatness—be determined, stay focused, and watch the magic unfold.

We're together all the way!

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A special thanks to my amazing brother-in-law for allowing me to use one of his exclusive photographs to illustrate this blog! Luv ya Alvaro Donatti. We can start creating these beauties as well!


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    Lavern Jan 23, 2024 at 09:25

    Thank you Patricia for this pause , to pray and be still . Here is my prayer this morning. Today I walk with Grace and dignity, and I have all I need within inside myself. God, thank you for helping me to access my higher self my most true self that knows that change is always possible, that love is always present , that trust is integral , and that you bring me back to these touchstones when I forget… when I meet the obstacle of self doubt when I meet the obstacle of indecision or low mood . it is you and I higher power that are the greatest team to come back to presence to come back to gratitude to come back to this moment.
    Thank you for this day the first day of the rest of my life . Thank you for helping me to be determined, loving, grateful for your neverending abundance, and compassionate for myself and others , when I forget these truths and temporarily get lost in trances along my path .

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    Gregg Jan 19, 2024 at 21:51

    Great message today

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    Susan Malbin Jan 19, 2024 at 07:29

    I loved your post. It is so inspiring. Please keep sending them out. Thank you

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