I am a ringmaster directing my own three-ring circus. My circus is how I exhibit my passions to the world.
I do not feel the need to limit my mind. I know that if I can accomplish one goal, I can accomplish many more. So I take steps toward developing each of my passions. In each ring of my circus I place one of my goals, then I allow it to explode into life. This frees me to experience the fullness of joy.
Each passion I have is an integral element of who I am. I develop each piece of my passion with equal time and effort because I am the master of the circus.
My three-ring circus may seem like chaos to others, but I have control. I instruct the juggler to keep many balls in the air, I inspire the trapeze artists to leap gracefully from their swings, and I embolden the animal trainer to tame the lions.
I am not intimidated by an audience. I proudly present my passions to the world. I am the confident ringmaster who shares my joys with others. I bow gracefully when they applaud my accomplishments or whistle with delight.
I also seek new ways to dazzle my spectators with my talents because I want the world to know all of the works of my imagination.
The world is filled with jubilation, and I will do my part to add happiness into my life and the lives of others. My three-ring circus is a testament to my desire to develop my passions and to bring happiness into the world.
I share my gifts freely. As the ringmaster, I open the curtain, and I invite others to experience the joy that is reaped from my passions.
- Am I the ringmaster directing my life’s passions, or have I allowed myself and my passions to be directed by others?
- Do I sometimes feel the need to limit my passions because I don’t feel like I have the time or energy to develop each of them?
- Are there ways I can share my passions with the world?