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Complacency

What happens to incentive drive to achieve

When you hit a plateau your “get up” leaves

How to stay hungry pointed true north

When cyclical malaise yields empty froth

 

Do we choose “south” say “that where it’s at!”

Can we prevent or it just happens like that

Must be more vigilant if you want to achieve

Stay active and cogent continue to believe

 

The world your oyster stay in the game

Remember your talents what to you is fame

Don’t let your unconscious untrack aspirations

Don’t give up your life to others vibrations

 

Let attractions pull and awaken vision

Constantly renew without indecision

Keep forward momentum alive in your brain

Wield a strong umbrella shielding the rain

 

When you crumble and life beats you down

Do not change your smile to frown

Keep your eyes True North let it be your guide

Keep strutting your stuff do not run or hide

 

What saps your energy and enables you to forget who you are and what you came here to do?”

What do you do to reclaim your spark when thrown off track?

– Stewart Levine ©

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