Have you ever told someone what you imagine your ideal job to be, your ideal life, and they've nodded saying,
"Yeah but..." or "If only that were possible" or "Too bad we've got to have a 'real world' job".
These people are even further from what they want to be doing than you are.
Have you agreed to any of these statements? Put your idea(L)s aside?
Maybe you've told yourself to just be happy with what you've got in life.
Pays the bills, right? Save your money at the expense of living, right?
Don't you dare even THINK about spending on experience over saving for that
deposit for a loan (*index finger raised and waved*).
Heard this before?
Fear does not mean you can't do something. It actually means you're about to grow.
Build a better relationship with fear. Taking the leap is what melts that fear.
When was the last time you did something that scared you?
Something that had you saying, "I'm not ready for that just yet."
It's frustrating. You pick yourself up on it. You say, "It'll be different
next time... I'll just get this and that done first and THEN I'll be ready".
Stop bullshitting yourself.
You'll never be 'ready'. If you were then you would be there 'all-ready'.