Are you looking at making life changes but are sitting on the fence trying to decide which way to jump?  Sometimes the old is comfortable, like an old shoe; but old shoes wear out, get holes and become…well, garbage if you keep them long enough.  And sometimes our lives feel sooo comfortable. We don’t want to change. We worry about the future and about what might happen if we step out and try something new.  But guess what? Worry is really just praying for stuff you don’t want. If you believe in the law of attraction, that which you put out there…you receive, so if you’re worrying about bad stuff happening, don’t be so surprised when it DOES happen.

So what if you have that dream, but you’re on the fence of giving it a test drive? What if you would have to move or quit your job? So what? If you’ve been on that fence a while, maybe it’s time to ask yourself a few questions.  Let’s start with these.  How big is that dream? How much do you want it? Is it worth it to try? And if you DON’T go for it, will you always be sorry? Will you get bitter as the years go on for not going down a path, or getting off that fence of indecision? Whether you’re 20 years old or 40, 10 years from now, if you’re still alive, you’ll be 10 years older. So where will you be? Still on the fence? Or will you have given up and wish you hadn’t?

The next set of questions are what if you DO go for it? Will you be sorry if you fail? Or maybe just glad you gave it a try? What if you succeed? What if it’s the best decision you could have made?

So what if something new is scary? All new things have a bit of adventure, some curiosity, maybe a teaspoon of imagination and at least a dash of fear. Have you seen what some people have achieved because they’ve taken that step and gotten off their fence?

There are so many things you can do if you would only take action! You will never know unless you take that step.


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