This post by Steve Keating is simple yet so powerful. Simple in the fact that it’s common sense, and powerful because most of us lack the common sense to do what Steve suggests.
How many of us have struggled with starting over, even when we see there are no other viable options? How many of us fall deeper down the ‘rabbit hole’ because we fear starting over while at the same time fear where our current path will take us? Many people are depressed because they fear starting over, they fear the unknown, they fear falling deeper than where they are—but the paralysis is slowly eating away at their existence. They are missing out on life because fear is consuming them.
Lack of movement will cause us to atrophy and then eventually whither away. Let’s move. Let’s take the necessary steps to start over. Thank you Steve for sharing this amazing message. It has inspired me to share with others. It has inspired me to look in every area of my life and see where I need to start over.
~Natasha Foreman Bryant
If this post didn’t contain a single word other than the title that would still pretty well sum up the rules for starting over.
There are no rules for starting over.
No requirements. No limitations. No reason you can’t. There is no right way or wrong way. There is just your way. You can start over whenever and however you want.
You may think you’re “too old” to begin again but consider these people who had the same thing said about them:
Andrea Bocelli didn’t start singing opera seriously until the age of 34. Some “experts” told him it was too late to begin.
Phyllis Diller became a comedian at the age of 37. She was told by many club owners that she was “too old” to become a success.
Julia Child didn’t even learn to cook until she was almost 40 and didn’t launch her popular show until she…
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