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<— this is resourceful. The door is propped open and you keep the doorstop clean.
There are times when we are too tired, too lazy, or just don’t want to do something. Laziness is legit.
Then are the things we want to do, need to do, wish we could do, but we don’t.
Fear? Afraid to fail? Afraid someone will make fun of us? Fear of shame? Maybe.
I’ve been there. I’ve had moments when I thought about not doing something I really wanted or needed to because I was afraid.
Fear can keep good from becoming great.
Tough times build character. Fear stifles. Failure teaches, if you pay attention.
Laziness vs. Fear
A single, two-word phrase that contains both the phrases “He’s ok” and “She’s broken”, describing the stereotypically-common occurrence of a male getting over a failed relationship while a female is still devastated by it.
She’s Broken He’s Ok
I have felt this way before.
I know many who still feel this way.
It saddens me and motivates me.
There’s a fine line between encouraging and pressuring.
When people tell you they believe in you… believe them.
When others see how much potential you have… trust them.
When people celebrate how great you are… thank them.
It doesn’t mean you owe them anything or that you have to prove yourself.
People often ask me if I’m ever afraid.
Afraid of failing, afraid of what others will say, afraid that I won’t have enough money.
The truth is… I’m not.
Well, that’s not true but I’m definitely experiencing fear less and less these days.
I was born for this!
Born for This