Learn from yesterday, live for tomorrow. Make no exceptions, unless if you believe in them.
Nothing is promised and people can falter, but it’s you and you alone that have to press on. Time to move towards the next step.
In a musings mode. Some things that have happened lately make me think twice. Like how people can change. Or, maybe they just aren’t who you thought they were. Somehow, all along, the person you knew was a shadow of what you wanted them to be. Or just what you saw within them. Things happen, but I’ve learned how my attitude can really affect the outcome when it could possibly go another way. Then again, what’s out of your control dictates how you react to it.
I wrote about The In-Between: Embracing the Tension Between Now and the Next Best Thing, a book by the author Jeff Goins. It is the mentality that in life, people are moving from one thing to the next. In the entrepreneurial world, it’s always an evolving life. My passion is my work, and I evolve as my business does.
My in-between is a good thing. It’s feeling the growing pains. It’s knowing that with one decision, things could change monumentally.
I’ve started to launch Innovate WordPress and I’ve gotten a lot of great feedback. It’s amazing knowing that all the hard work I’ve put into the WordPress community has now come back to me. The whole “paying it forward” mentality that I believed in is now coming full circle.
In-Between Moving Forward
There are a couple of decisions I have to make, and I couldn’t be more excited and curious as to how it all will play out. Staying positive is one route, of course, and believing in what possibilities may come. I do have to stay grounded and plan ahead, always, but the awkward growing pain of an in-between feeling is what’s making me press ahead.
Nothing is promised in life, you have to go out and get yours. Live to your potential and see what may come of it.
As Jeff Goins states,
Maybe the ‘good stuff’ isn’t ahead of or behind us. Maybe it’s somewhere in between. Right in the midst of this moment, here and now….Perhaps, the abundant life we’ve been seeking has little to do with big events and comes in a subtler form: embracing the pauses in between major beats.
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