We all know that failure is inevitable, but what we do with that failure can change everything for better or worst. I like to take my failures and see the positive. What can I learn at the moment? How can I correct where I went wrong? Regardless of my shortcoming, I must press forward like failure is not inevitable, because what seems to be a failure can be used to catapult me to the next level of success. How do you feel about your failures?Read More
There were many days after I turned 40 that I thought life had passed me by. I saw folks around me succeeding and I thought "What about me?". Then one day the light bulb in my brain switched to "on". I looked at my life differently. I started to go after my dreams and denounced my fears and held to my faith.
I took on scary challenges and I was successful after taking them on. I learned how to swim and skydive, I trained and took on long-distance cycling, I hiked volcanoes, I traveled to places around the world I could only dream about going to in the past, I became a National Geographic published photographer, I left a job and started two businesses, etc and the list continues to grow. At 54, I feel like I have just begun to scratch the surface of living my dreams. It's never too late, never. Dream big and live life like you mean it. You can do this.
Your interior design or home organization problem is not impossible.
So many times I have stopped short of tackling a task because it seemed too big for me to accomplish. Those times I had robbed myself of the great rewards that would have followed. The times I did pursue the tasks that were in my mind seemingly "impossible", they offered up immeasurable gains. You can do it. We can do it. Let's do it together and get it done.