A leap into the unknown

Sometime, the best of plans simply don’t pan out.  In this case, I’ve come to a point in time where I need to make a decision…the road has forked and it’s time to move in a different direction.

The question is always – what exactly is next?  Will the road ahead be better maintained and full of pit stops?   Or is it a long, slow Nevada stretch of nothing that must be endured.  Will I leap and land on my feet? Or on my backside?

Here’s where the rubber meets the road.  It’s up to me.  Regardless of the direction, it’s about how I respond to the challenge ahead.  It’s about the perspective for all roads have something to learn from and unique sites of their own.  Taking action is what it really about.  With out action, our lives become stale and stuck.

So I am humming this tune to myself as I prepare to let go of that plan that I had clung to the past 6 months.  Looking down and putting one foot in front of the other (creating movement) I now begin to make change happen.

Scary?  Yes, the unknown has that power.  Worth it?  Definitely.  Becoming stuck and all the emotions that come along with that space are far worse for me then the unknown.  My power comes alive in the action. That aliveness is the catalyst for my growth.  A new dynamic is created.  And it radiates out of me.

So I leap and the thrill begins.

(Here is a simple, yet effective formula to consider when making a change in your life.)

Awareness,  for a short period of awaiting, brings acceptance which then creates the the momentum of action. (the four A’s)

Contact me at gtilley@tengraces.com if you have questions on the four A’s


Published by Guillermo

I started this blog to sharing my experiences of the life. I invite you to join me.

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