Something you’ll learn if you get to know me is that I’m deliciously pragmatic.
I guess it’s great if I’m no longer afraid to say what I want to do (or at least discover whatever that might be).
Yet, I think that’s only half of the equation.
This type of statement should be followed with a “So what?”
I agree. Great question. Even if it was sassy.
So, I’m jumping in.
I’m giving this a go.
I’m selling my services.
I’m telling people that I’ve started my own business.
I’m approaching people and telling them they have incredible ideas and I want to be a part of their life.
Hitting the publish button on an article that announces I’m no longer afraid to say what I want to do has been incredibly freeing.
There’s something funny about ideas that sit in my head. Up there, they are always perfect.
Once published, my ideas will always be imperfect.
Yet, I’m excited about all of that.
I’m ready to take a risk and fall on my face.
I’m ready to try something different and see what happens.