In order to make epic decisions, you want to be in a peak state. Do whatever gets you in a “natural” high where you can hear your highest intuitions.
Demanding that life be better than how it is now is not only in your highest service, it’s in everyone’s.
Nobody grows by flattery. No one benefits from chasing down a flawed dream they are not suited for or can’t properly defend.
If you believe you can, you will.
Cheryl Strayed wrote for years before having a bestselling book. She knew the important thing was writing every day.
Sometimes I’m emailing about work at midnight. That’s how habits start. They creep in when my guard is down, when I’m not connected to anything I love.
Don’t worry as much about disruption and chaos—it might simply mean interesting things are happening—fear stability and complacency because it means decay.