Are you willing to do whatever it takes to live the life you want?
Do you know what you want?
As a high school graduate, your decision may have been to go to college, or maybe work for a gap year to learn about the real world.
What did you do?
If you lived in the real world, were you able to go back to school, or did you continue to work?
Maybe you traveled the world, in hopes of discovering more about yourself.
In discussions with several men and women, most followed the path of least resistance: went to school, got married, got jobs, traveled, had babies, whatever was in front of them.
With the only thought being, no one will tell me what to do.
What was/is the price for this arrogance?
Most people never think about what they want until it is almost too late.
What does too late mean?
Too late can mean when your energy has dissipated, you look out the window and say why bother? Or you look out the window and see others doing similar work and you again you say, so why bother?
I’m talking to YOU! Did you give up or give in? It’s that time to move forward and take the bull by the horns and move forward, yet again.
Are you ready for a new adventure? You’re still alive, right?!
Think about it. What have you always wanted to do, yet have not even researched?
Start your research now. The only impediments to what you truly want to do are the thoughts in your head. Who put them there? Society, mostly; your family, most likely.
Stop paying attention to what others think, say, or do. Release the patterns that are holding you back.
Remember, your dreams must be greater than your ability; create some huge dreams.
Then see how your life can change for the betterment of you and yours.
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