Just remember – don’t take too long to take this leap of faith you may spend time regretting it. If you do find time in regrets, turn those regrets into positive learning. When you have those positive learning, use them to help others.
Despite how old you are, it is never too late to take that Leap of Faith. Just learn to trust yourself, jump and you will fly 🙂
So, if you’re staring at these words right now, this is what I know about you:
A: You’re reading this and the question posed in the headline got you clicking.
B: You are in two minds about something.
C: You might be looking for ‘something’ to push you towards the rightdirection.
“When nothing is sure, everything is possible.” – Margaret Drabble
If you ask most people, they usually admit to having a ‘gut feeling’ aboutsomething. Especially when it comes to something that really matters.Whether they trust that gut feeling or not all comes back to fear.Fear of failing. Fear of disappointing someone else. Fear of judgement.
Those are the three fatal f-words in my books.At the end of the day, only you know what’s ticking in your head. Of course,other people’s opinions and feelings matter (I am not advocating you shouldtransform yourself into Cordelia Chase from Buffy: The Vampire Slayer…
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