Rolling around in bed, asking myself, how do I change my life? How do I get unstuck? How do I get ahead? Honestly, it doesn’t come by watching another episode on Netflix, or even keeping yourself so busy that you escape reality.
It starts with self-awareness. It starts when we slow down and take time to clean out our closets. Speaking figuratively, but really, when we look at all the decisions and ideas we’ve been putting off, we can start to see what’s keeping us stuck.
Remember, the lack of decision, or in other words, inaction is what handicaps us.
I’ve realized over and over again that change happens when you finally stop running from the decision and actually make a choice, no matter the outcome. No matter how it may hurt at the moment. But it’s for the better you.
I’ve seen over and over in my life that if I make a decision for me, I can’t go wrong. I was a senior in high school and my boyfriend of 4 years wanted me to move with him after I graduated. I was all set on that until my final semester of high school. I realized at that time I wanted to go to college. So, I used my own money, applied, and was accepted. That relationship shortly ended because I decided to choose that better version of myself. Although I did cry silently in my bed alone many times, I knew I had made the right choice. That decision led me to go to college, to getting saved, and to become who I am today!
I’ve realized that the lack of decision is our safe place, but it’s also handicapping. When we finally make a decision and stand behind it regardless of the pain and backlash, we will later be glad we finally made a decision.
Today, my goal is to help you see that one decision can lead to multiple other great decisions to help you change your life. You have to stop being afraid and just make a decision for your better version! Knowing, that you are only one Decision Away from Changing Your Life!
Make a Decision for your Future Self Today!
"The way you Counsel and Correct me makes me praise you more, for your whispers in the night give me wisdom, showing me what to do next."