Excuse #2: It’ too risky.
Hiking through the woods, leaping from stone to branch to mud, I realized we are surrounded by risk. every time we get in a car. Every time we walk out the door. Every time we express ourselves. Every time we ask a question, there is the potential to be rejected, that someone will tell us no. Every choice could put us closer to risk, taking us out of our comfort zone or we could side with safety and the comfortable arms of what is known. That’s it! This excuse comes down to outr willingness to be uncomfortable and to be in control by always knowing. How much are we willing to stick our necks out for the supposed reward?
Running a business is a risk. The excuse restraining us from going after dreams From going after our life, 9-5 is safe. How many restaurants go under? Is it a risk having a business? Hell yes! Could it not make it? Yes! Do I have the thought? No, but if it doesn’t work out, as long as you do your best you there is no regret. It was meant to happen, it was meant to end. You move on. Reconnect. Listen to your heart. Listen to your intuition. Keep going. Live. Breathe. Be.
Go after your dreams, take a risk. Create your life and live it to the fullest because it is temporary. You are unprecedented, you and your story are unique. You were given this life because you were strong enough to live it. Flex!
Dr. Dyer Affirmation: Being myself involves no risks. It is my ultimate truth, and I live it fearlessly.
- Positive Thinking’s Biggest Threat (corporatewoowoochick.com)
- Stop Making Excuses (cheeldawg.wordpress.com)
- Leap: There Will Never Be a Better Time to Do What You’re Meant to Do (christainnewyork.com)