With courage, dear one, with courage …

What are you ACTUALLY committed to doing (2)

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26 thoughts on “With courage, dear one, with courage …

  1. Short but sweet 🙂
    It’s so easy for people to give up but when faced with challenges, that’s also when people rise up … at least those who choose to take the more difficult path. Once in a while, it’s good to get out of our comfort zones.

  2. I’d definitely be more proactive. But agree with you that most of us don’t chase our dreams because we fear failure. We have been told since childhood how bad this ‘failure monster’ is. No one mentions that you can always start again.

    • @Priya. Sure. Failure is scary. But did you know that people fear success more than they do failure?

      The funny thing I’ve seen time and time again when coaching people, is that when they really de-construct what success means and what failure is … most of then admit that the life they are living right now is in fact a fail. It’s not what they want. They just haven’t labelled it as such.

  3. Everything you want lives outside this place we call a comfort zone. All you need to do is pass through the membrane of fear and make a bang! It’s easy to settle. It’s easy to get caught up in distractions. It’s easy to give up. Being bold, living a magical life, living with courage – that’s just as easy. It’s a matter of choice. It’s a matter of how badly you want amazing and how little you want to live a life of mediocrity. I say never settle .. if it means getting comfortable and drooping into hanging around empty spaces. There are other ways to get comfortable. Like in your own skin and above all in your own power.

    The choice is yours. It’s always been.

    • WOW! That’s amazing. You Should! Now, can I tell you a little secret? Maybe you really don’t have the time. Maybe you’re running 3 jobs. Either way, you’ve created it that way. It’s easier and “safer” to stay busy and get a Masters Degree. Just a thought.

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