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WHY NOT?

Are you feeling this? The turn into November can make our brains fast-forward through the holidays. Holiday anxiety is real. Exam stress is real. ANY KIND OF STRESS IS REAL. It can make you feel like it’s too late to make progress on some of our goals —The year is pretty much over, right? The truth is — this year isn’t over YET!

I say DO it! Start somewhere. Embrace your fears and know that we all doubt ourselves at one point or another. If you want to start a blog, write a book or start a business — don’t let your fear stop you. Of course there will be people who are critical, but I truly feel like you should follow your heart. Do your diligence, know what you are getting into, but then follow your heart. Sometimes we just have to get out of our own heads and take action. Think about it! If you did one small thing each day— would your small steps not add up? They sure would.

My friends often joke that spending time with me is dangerous — because I will make you want to start something. Sometimes that something wasn’t even something you wanted until you begin to believe in yourself. Once you believe in yourself, the impossible and improbable can become a reality. You can really do anything you’re willing to work for. You have so much raw talent and brilliance in you and if you can’t take any action, it won’t get you anywhere. What’s something that you’ve always wanted to do? What’s stopping you from doing it? Start somewhere!

Remember that done is better than perfect. Just get something done — don’t worry about it being perfect. You can always iterate. Little by little, my friends, it adds up. God bless.πŸ’•

Blessings and Love….😊

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325 thoughts on “WHY NOT?

  1. Heyyy I’m so glad I decided to read this because it was worth it. I love how motivational you are and can move anyone anywhere even without actually speaking. I really needed this so thanks a lot. ❀

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  2. “Once you believe in yourself, the impossible and improbable can become a reality.” So beautifully said. This blog post is literally the third thing I’ve come across today mentioning the act of doing or creating. I appreciate this post. Thanks for sharing! ❀

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  3. If we are not careful our fears can sometimes hold us captive. I totally agree with you once we start believing in ourselves we can make the impossible into a reality.

    My heart is spoken to by this inspiring post.God bless you so much for always being a light unto this world.

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  4. Godly Chic,
    I love this and it comes at a perfect time for me. I hope you won’t mind if i reblog it on both my sites, WhereIsYourFaith.com and LetsWrite.com.

    I’m a writing instructor and if you want to feel palpable fear in the room, it’s around writers! It’s so frustrating for me when people of true talent lock away their crafts (manuscripts, artwork) and stubbornly fight this kind of encouragement, even resent it.

    I pray that those who’ve been given a gift by God, not only use it, but let others benefit by it as well. As I say to my clients, like our children, we don’t own our works of art and craft, we just bring them into the world. Thanks again for this post.

    Sincerely, Val

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  5. Re Why Not: “I say DO it! Start somewhere. Embrace your fears and know that we all doubt ourselves at one point or another.”

    This is the key to launching any new venture. Sage words that should be repeated daily.

    Thanks for sharing.
    –&Abdi Arroyo

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  6. Very Positive and super relatable! I am also a student and just started writing a blog in the midst of final exams preparation, assignment, and whatnot but find writing and reading posts like these super motivating! Thank you thank you for putting positive messages out here! i absolutely LOVE this blog

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