This newsletter was originally sent on June 24, 2021.
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Let’s get into the good stuff!
You always have the opportunity to become the person you deserve to be. But you have to be willing to show up as someone who is committed to doing the work and making sacrifices.
It will always be worth it.
Be more afraid of not trying than failing and watch what opportunities present themselves.
Some people don’t want to focus on personal growth, or they push it off until the future. But why not start now? You don’t get this moment back. Once it’s gone, it’s gone.
Start to appreciate every temporary moment you have to take control of your life. The last thing you want is to look back and wish you started 10, 20, or 30 years ago when life had fewer responsibilities to juggle.
While it’s not impossible, it only gets harder to start as time progresses.
Start now so you don’t feel regretful tomorrow.
Stop thinking of a five- or 10-year plan. Life changes too rapidly to think so far ahead. Sure, have a vision or general idea of the direction you want to head, but start to focus on the next best step you can take right now.
There’s no reason to obsess over the future when it’s untold.
You Deserve This Quote
A quote from my new book, You Deserve This Sh!t:
“You need to give yourself the permission to be a beginner.”