For all the readers who dream about leaving the dog-eat-dog world to pursue their life-long passion, start now! Finding the time to craft the almighty business plan or drumming up financial backing, you run the risk of fumbling the passion. So, if you’re bored, burned out or frustrated in your day job, dig into your heart and spirit (the original definition of courage), and you will see that your courage resides there.
If intimidation is holding you back, look for a tough project to tackle, but remember this courage paradox: start by stopping! The commitment to reflection will provide a clearer picture of what you need to do to get where you need to be. Then, you won’t be a victim of intimidation.
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