Seriously people, what would you do tomorrow if you knew you could not fail?

                                                              Let It Wash Over You

Have you ever looked back at your life and said to yourself: “I thought I would have done ___ by now”? Take a few seconds to think about it. Now take an imaginative time leap forward and ponder what you will say from the vantage point of next year. What will you say then that you wish you had already done?

Brene Brown talks and writes about Daring Greatly, showing up, entering the arena. Being creatively unstuck is all about getting into the fray. Many of us have tried things on our own, and you may still be thinking that you are going to try it alone for a while longer. If so, then this adventure is not for you. But honestly, how’s that loner thing working for you?

Fear can hold us back from striving for more, hold us back from aspiring to create art that’s anything more than a sweet hobby. I’m not talking about a simple aspiration here, but a sweaty-palm declaration that you will force yourself out of your comfort zone and take the first steps in a new journey. By being involved in you have already begun to move along that road—not knowing where it will lead, what you will accomplish or how you will feel. But you can be sure you will be different, you will think differently and you will amaze yourself. It will be a vivid, multi-dimensional “over the rainbow” journey. And like Glinda the Good Witch singing to the Munchkins, I’m here to urge you to come out wherever you are and begin. It’s time to try something new, something big, something WOW!

So I ask you again, what would you do if you knew you could not fail?

2 comments… add one
  • Terry Lane

    thanks for your wisdom. we all have more wisdom in our brain,
    we just need to learn how to bring it up from the bottom of our heart. inspire us .

  • So true Terry! And we can learn a lot from each other.

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