You have a choice to make in life.
And I’m going to tell you right away that the vast majority of people make the wrong choice.
They choose the route that leads to regret.
The route that leads to feelings of emptiness, frustration, depression, stress, exhaustion, etc.
The route that leads to
Now, you may wonder why anyone would choose a path that had so many negative outcomes.
The reason is simple.
It’s the easier, safer path.
And so here is the choice that you have:
You can either do whatever it takes to follow your heart, pursue your dreams, and listen to the call of your soul.
You can choose to ignore what you truly want and instead settle for whatever you can manage to get in life.
Settling for jobs that don’t excite you, settling for relationships that don’t fulfill you, settling for living in places that don’t excite you, etc.
Working for your dreams is the harder path, the much harder path.
And there’s a LOT more risk involved.
(I’m not going to lie to you).
Which is why most people choose to take the other path, the path of settling.
But settling for what you don’t want in life is no way to live your one, wild and precious life.
Settling is the path of regret, the path of unfulfilled dreams, the path of inner death.
Take a deep, hard look at your life and ask yourself this question:
Is this really, truly what want in life, deep down in my heart and soul?
And be honest with your answer.
If you answer is less than a 100%, full-bodied, “YES” then I want you to know two things:
1) You can start working towards your dreams no matter your external circumstances (and it’s NEVER too late to get started).
2) In the coming months, I’ll be offering you a variety of programs and services to help you follow your heart, pursue your dreams, and listen to the call of you soul. So be on the lookout for those!
In the meantime, I’d LOVE to get your input on something.
The question that I’d love your input on is this:
What is the #1 factor that stops you from following your heart and pursuing your dreams?
Your answer will be immensely valuable as I develop my forthcoming programs and services.
Just let me know you answer in the comments below.