Go for it! You’re never going to be 100% ready
Go for it! Start now and don’t wait for an ideal moment which will happen according to your precision timing of where, when, and how you will like to decide to accept help. Today can be the day and not tomorrow.
Go for it! I learned that sometimes doing something different is good. Don’t wait for a perfect time because it will waste your time. You can be 3 steps ahead and get to a better season when you get help today. Why do we like to say this, if only I had done it years back… I’d be far.
Our present self is educated and has life experience compared to our old self. When we look back we realize that time was wasted blocking and defending our past actions. When we look back it’s straight forward that if you did things differently the reality is that you could have been in a much better position today.
Go for it! Don’t look back on this season and relive it in regret. Deciding to get help can happen on your own terms or through situations like this one which compel you to take a leap of faith. Don’t look back on this season and relive it in regret. Don’t fail to do what is right.
What kind of help do you need?
Take this moment and answer this question. Give yourself 10 seconds to think about it: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. What kind of help do you need? Take a leap of faith and go for it! What kind of faith? Wikipedia defines it as “A leap of faith, in its most commonly used meaning, is the act of believing in or accepting something not on the basis of reason.”
Whose reason… yours. We’re breaking the mold today. Your reasoning mold which holds all of your understanding, culture, experiences, and growth. It’s because of your knowledge which stops you from taking a leap of faith. Because you do not know where it will take you so you do not want to tempt fate.
Don’t look back on this season and relive it in regret. Get the help you need… Go for it!
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