Open the door for expansion, improvement, and new opportunities. They are knocking. We just have to be self-aware and bold enough to answer.
I understand–stepping out on an unfamiliar limb can be scary. But, let’s not think about that. Let’s think about the possibilities of where these doors can take us.
Think of how new opportunities can allow us the chance to make our own lives richer–and enrich the lives of others. And how, if we limit ourselves, if we continue to go through life with tunnel vision (believing ‘this is the only way I can do things’) we will not only be limited in our outcomes, but we will limit our ability to positively impact others.
Let us expand our minds. As Gary Vee says, “We carry access to the world in our pockets everyday.” We can use it for so much more than entertainment and making Tik-Toks. It’s filled with resources we can use to grow and help others grow. To learn and help others learn. To be taught and to teach. Believe me, I am not saying that entertainment has no place in our lives because it does. But, it should have its limits and be replaced with benefit at times.
I used to be a person who always blamed others for me being unhappy, for me not doing what I wanted to be doing. And then, one of my sisters set me straight. Her actions illustrated another important pillar of growth–to surround yourself with people who encourage it in you. Family, companions, peers who are about expansion and who motivate you to do the same.
Despite what we see on the news (and partially why I don’t watch much news), we are living in a time of great promise. Yet some of us might believe we have to be perfect to contribute. Well, if we wait for that, it will never happen.
So, let’s step outside of our fears and limiting beliefs, outside of the fact that we have flaws, and let us strive for betterment because that’s the very definition of living.
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