“…if you go all in on every one of your decisions, and you think “What if this turns out better than I could’ve ever imagined”, you might just find that your mind set changes, and that the universe has your back and will help you along the way.”
Finally, finally, finally I took the T into downtown Boston. I have to say this is much more worth it than I realized. From now on I plan to take it to downtown instead of driving, much less stress for me. As long as I have extra food with me for snacks, and places that I know I can go to the bathroom I am all set. I prep for whenever I go out and will be away for a long time and if there isn’t any places that I can eat.
I should’ve done this as soon as I got here, but hey, better late than never. Of course things seems scary until you do them. Don’t let fear control you and scare you out of doing something. Because who knows it might be good for you and might be just what you need. You’ll never know how powerful you are until you try. If something scares you, it might be a good thing for you to try, because it gets you outside of your comfort zone. No one ever grew in comfort zones. You may never grow and never learn your potential to be something great if you stay in your comfort zone.
So I hope you go out there this week and do something that scares you. Do something that you’ve put off because “you didn’t have time” or you were too scared. These are just excuses, you can change your life, it just starts with your decision to try. “If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” Stop telling yourself that you can’t, because you can! You can do anything you put your mind to if you believe, believe in yourself and you’re halfway there. Go out there and accomplish those crazy dreams of yours, because I believe in you!
I may have been scared to ride the subway (because I haven’t ridden it in a years), and yes that sounds ridiculous, but you know what, it’s okay. It’s okay to be scared of the decisions you’re making in life because you aren’t sure of what will happen. I realized I was scared because it was the unknown. The not knowing if what I am doing is the right decision. But if you go all in on every one of your decisions, and you think “What if this turns out better than I could’ve ever imagined”, you might just find that your mind set changes, and that the universe has your back and will help you along the way. Expect the unexpected.