Don’t wait for the perfect moment, create it.

How many of us have that thing we want to get started on but we’re waiting for that perfect time to make our first move?
We want it to feel easy and comfortable. We want to have all the tools and feel fully prepared before we go all in.
New flash: that “perfect time” may never come.

My philosophy for things like this is: “If they can do it, so can I.”
We are all capable human beings, no one is better than anyone. We have the same opportunities to learn and grow like anyone else. Those people that we see in the positions that we want to be in, doing out-of-this-world stuff had to get started somewhere. Be bold and take that first step. Then the next one and the next one.

If you’re unsure of how to do it …they say the best way to learn to is to get thrown right in. You might feel like a chicken with its head cut off at first. It’s okay not to know everything. Try things, see what works, what doesn’t, and learn along the way.
Through these experiences, by making yourself vulnerable and taking that leap into the unknown, you become more resilient and knowledgeable.
As long as you have passion and truly care about what you are doing, the only way you’ll fail is if you stop.

Whatever it is that you are working for- getting yourself healthy for your family, fitting into that bikini, building a business, finding a partner, furthering your education, showcasing a hidden hobby…now is the time.
How many more times will you say “tomorrow”?

Don’t wait for the perfect moment, create it.

I encourage you to make mistakes. Ask for help when you need it. Be adaptable, because plans change. And have faith that what you want is totally achievable.

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