People tell others to always plan ahead, to only do things that they can handle. But sometimes, we want to do things bigger than anything we have ever done before. We want to take on a task so massive, that it may shake us with uncertainty. Of course if people were to see that, they may tell you to just give up and focus on what you can do right now. From a productive standpoint, they maybe right.
BUT, what about you?
How would you feel if you just followed that advice?
Do you think that you may have some regrets if you just gave up on a particular goal just because it seemed overwhelming or too big to complete?
Heard the term, “blind faith”? Sometimes, we just have to blindly believe in something to see us through. Even if you fail, at least you can say that you tried. 5, 10 or even 20 years down the line, you may look back on it with satisfaction regardless of your level of success. Because you can get back up from failure, but if you never tried something even if you wanted to, nothing can so easily fix regrets.
So why not go out and make the best of what you have, and do the things you want to. Failure is a part of life that is a learning experience, regret however is a scar that is much difficult to heal from.
Note: A little PSA, if anyone reading this is by chance interested in spreading the word about my free motivational app to help those with depression, anxiety or simply a lack of motivation. Please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll email you either a link or an attachment for a press kit (contains detailed information for the app).
The more people know of the app’s existence the better for it’s exposure, and helping others.
App in Play store: Click here