“Forget past mistakes, forget failures, forget everything except what you’re going to do now, and do it.” ~Will Durant Do you struggle to stay focused on your goals? Do you get easily distracted from the things that are most important? These days, there is so much competing for your attention: commitments, responsibilities, relationships, your smartphone, […]
We get to a certain age and we settle for whatever our lot in life is, despite not having lived everything we wanted to live, despite still aching to dream and to live. We agree to be content with what's in front of us because the fear of not being able to follow through to see those dreams completed is bigger than us. Or at least we think it is.
Like most of the people I know, it took me decades of self-reflection and realization before I came to a place where I felt safe enough to stop playing the corporate game that I was surrounded by and do my own thing...tapping into what made me happy, what I felt was the foundation for the peaceful life that I was periodically getting fleeting glimpses of and that I knew I wanted to make more of a fixture in my day-to-day existence. Making the decision to go ahead and drop everything was obviously petrifying, but it proved to be one of the greatest moves I've ever made for myself...here's why: