So, I did follow my gut and it was the best decision I’ve ever made in my life, but also the worst.
It’s having something we want to say, a point we want to make, while still appreciating all the different words that get us there exactly for everything they are and understanding what makes them unique.
Just keep moving forward no matter how tough life can be. Do not lose yourself over someone. Do not lose yourself to the world.
When you own a stock, you own part of a company. So study what makes a good company.
As in any healthy relationship, we need to have both boundaries and flexibility regarding technology, and model these for our kids so their developing brains can learn important skills in the world they inhabit.
Failure is not an option, they say. I agree it’s not an option because it’s part of this natural progression that we call “life”.
In my life I’ve learnt that when we follow our hearts, the magic happens.
You need risk, but it’s definitely not physical risk. The brain can’t tell the difference between social fear and physical fear.
But you can only try and attain so much when you are willing to fail. Successful people are great at taking risks. They are willing to learn from it and take action against it. You should be willing to fail if you want to be more productive.
What’s coming next may not be easy or comfortable – but it will be worth it.