I admit it: at times I can be overzealous. I am typically an All or Nothing person; I either fully commit or I leave it alone. I share the following experience with you to give you the push you need to achieve the next level of success in your life.
I was so excited to hear that my former Aqua Zumba teacher was subbing at the gym and I was able to rearrange my schedule to take her class. After a fun and exhausting workout, I decided to practice my swim strokes since I hadn’t for close to a year. The first attempt was embarrassing.
I simply was a fish out of water. If I have dived in, I would have drowned. I was mortified: how could I have forgotten everything I learned? How could someone that learned to swim like a fish and like it, suddenly not be able to swim at all?
The answer: YOU CAN’T. Despite the fact that my form and strokes were horrible, I couldn’t catch my breath and everything seemed so unfamiliar, the truth was I was simply out of practice. The same is often true for you in certain areas of your life.
5 Reasons Why It’s Okay to Dive into the Deep End of Life
The Bottom Line: You did not read this article’s title, or any of its content because you’re “average”. The fact that you’re looking at “the deep end of life” and contemplating your next move, means that it is time to jump.
If you need help to get out of your own way and make it happen, contact me:
No matter what you do, GET IT DONE!
--Alesha Brown, The Joy Guru
Empowerment Coach, Motivational Speaker and Best Selling Author
CEO, Alesha Brown LLC
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Alesha Brown, The Joy Guru
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