If you really want something you can figure out how to make it happen. Cher If you're waiting for the perfect circumstances to do something that excites your socks off, or you're wavering about saying yes to an opportunity because the timing is less than ideal, then take some -time out- to get really clear about how much you want it (or how much you don't�want the default status quo!). Just don't live your life in a limbo-land of excuses, justifications and indecision. I can assure you, if you�really�want to make something happen, you will. And one year from now you will be so glad you bit the bullet, said a big YES! to yourself and then got on with the work at hand. Never lose your belief and most importantly, make it happen!
You are always one decision away from transforming your life.
You can think about your goals, contemplate on whether or not you should move forward, and play out possible scenarios in your mind...but until you decide to take action nothing great will ever happen.
You keep thinking, "What if I fail?"...Well, what if you succeed...Don't allow your fear of failure to weigh more than your excitement to win.
You're going to make mistakes. At times you will fall short. There will be some that say you're crazy, but don't let that stop you. Give yourself permission to be human.
Learn from it all and make a committed decision to transform your life for the better.
The one thing that's for sure is that indecision will rob you of many great years of your life and you'll eventually turn out wishing you had the courage to leap towards your dreams.
If you want things to be different in your world, you take the first step. Decide to alter your life. 💯✊🏾 #DreamCatchers
When you plant a seed for a tree... the tree will not appear or be fully grown the next day... Discipline, determination, and consistency are all factors that you need for greatness. It will take time and patients, but stay with it🔥
Take a risk and keep testing, because what works today won?t work tomorrow, but what worked yesterday may work again. - Amrita Sahasrabudhe