In March of 2019, I ran my first half marathon. You would think anyone daring to run more than a block must feel pretty confident about what they intend to do. As for me, I never saw myself running 13.1 miles. Yes, the .1 matters!
Ok, ok. I ran 3 miles or 5ks before, but no more than that. I put a cap on how far I would be willing to run. I would look at anyone else as runner extremists! When marathons, 10k races, and half marathons would come up, my thought would be naw!
Have you noticed that the things that you know you need to do most get put off? Perhaps you are putting off working on a project or making a big ask to a new or existing client. If you answered yes, you have met the sidekick to our worse enemy called, "Procrastination"!
Procrastination is rooted in fear. It is rooted in the fear of failing, being rejected, or the like. The more we wait and sit on what are to pursue, the more excuses we created. Somehow we feel like it is ne
There are a lot of things to be uncertain about these days. Am I right, or am I right? Although there are lots to be unsure about now, we are never in a place where there are perfect conditions. Preferred, yes. Perfect, no.
So, sure there are definitely times that lend to being more predictable, safe, and comfortable to do some of what we desire in life and business. However, that is not a perfect condition, it is convenient and preferred. Perfection is a myth.
Have you ever been that person drawn to pursuing this deep, inner desire that you just can't seem to shake?
That would be me!
When I was 17 years old I got my first job as a teen mentor. Lucky me! I felt like it was such a win to get PAID to be a mentor when most of my peers were working in the typical teenager spots like the mall, which I certainly was not oppose to! However, my teacher recommended this opportunity and I felt like it was a perfect fit.
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