Creating A Life You Envision

Good afternoon everyone,

Despite the many posters I made you, I realized there were two more things I wanted to add. To step out and create the life you’re envisioning is a risk. The problem with risks, is that hindsight is the only way you get to find out whether the risk was worth it or not. My advice, take the risk. Say it goes wrong, you’ll gain two things. The confidence to try again because hindsight (the second thing you gain) will also show you why it went wrong. You’ll have an idea for what to do better next time. It’s not very comforting advice, I agree with you, but risk is change and change is uncomfortable.

The saying goes, if you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life. I understand what it means, but the truth is, if you do what you love, you’ll work your ass off for the rest of your life but, you won’t mind it a day in your life. To me, the phrase kind of gave me this idea that when I’m doing the shit I love, it’ll all just flow, like a wave on a beach. I’ll ace everything and I won’t ever struggle motivating myself ever again. BULL_FUCKING_SHIT!

Don’t romanticize a life without struggle and challenges. You’re setting yourself up for failure if you do. Instead, work on building a career where, if you had to do it all over you would. Despite all the set backs, challenges, fear, doubt, late nights and everything else shitty life will throw your way. If none of that would stop you from doing it over, then you’re on the right path.

That is all from me. Thank you as always for reading and I’ll catch you next week for … Physical Wellness! It’s been a while since I did anything on Physical Wellness so I’m excited 🙂

Enjoy the rest of your Sunday!

Xoxo,

-P.M

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