The zero to hero dream is alluring.
Yet, when you dig into any so-called “overnight” successes, you soon realize none of them happened overnight.
This doesn’t mean our dreams are impossible. But it does mean there’s a road and a journey to getting there. There’s a process.
And that road is paved with how we handle the opportunities available – not the opportunities we want to have, create, or attain.
If we manage the opportunities available well, we will advance. If we don’t manage those opportunities well, even if we pivot, we’ll find ourselves learning the same lessons all over again. The only way to get to what we truly desire is by facing the mountains before us.
If we shortcut the journey, we shortcut the learning. And that means repeating lessons all over again. Allow for the learning. Chances are you need it.
There is no singular way to determine whether the opportunities available are good, right, or perfect. But you will discover soon enough. All you’ve got to do is say “yes” and it will unfold. Don’t spend too much time thinking it over. Opportunity likes to move fast.Opportunity likes to move fast. Click To Tweet
You can’t steer a parked car. But you can always adjust course once it’s in motion. If you have second thoughts, you can cross that bridge when you come to it.
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