“When you stop fighting for what you want, what you don’t want will show up.”—Les Brown
Throughout your life, you may find you have to show up everyday to work harder on yourself than you do on any job. Humans are after all, a work in progress! Going after the life you are dreaming of will not always be easy. It’s going to require a healthy dose of dedication, discipline and determination. Know that when you’ve reached your goals, all that you have gone through will have been worth it. It’s not just about the destination, but about what it takes to make your dreams a reality. I want to encourage you to embrace who you are becoming along the way.
The truth is, the key to changing or creating a new reality comes down to a simple concept: decide who you want to be and be that person. Once you decide who you want to be, you must move forward into that decision and take the risk—despite your fears, doubts or misconceived assumptions. It is impossible for you to know exactly what will happen next, but its important for you to get out of your own way and believe in yourself and your fight. Whatever happens, you will meaningfully influence the outcome and your life will move into place to claim it’s new self.
Life is constantly evolving and the same thinking or action that got you where you are right now will need to evolve and grow in order for you to get to the next level, whatever that looks like for you. If you don’t show up every day to fight for yourself and your destiny—life will pass you by, leaving you with its unsatisfying leftovers.
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Kaylaa T. Blackwell is an IT Professional and a student at Southern New Hampshire University with a penchant for writing, researching, and helping others resolve real world issues. She has a great interest in technology, business, and psychology and how they impact each other. You can get more of her insights, inspiration, and food for thoughts by following the Inspired Beacon’s blog. Learn more about Inspired Beacon here.