The problem isn’t that you’re having a child and feel like you’re walking around with a red letter A on your chest, it’s that the priorities of others are outweighing your own.
Past failures are truly what stop us from trying again. Not our fear of failing, but our fear of failing again (again, again, and maybe again).
The accomplishments are stellar, even great, but what if the focus shifts… become what you seek to be.
Simply put: I believe that I am more often a dream stealer than a dream maker…
Perspectives often can shift negative and fear makes us back out or quit (in some cases, when the risk isn’t worth the reward, quitting is okay), choosing to see the opportunity and the positive is what sets the special ones apart from the critics.
More inputs should equal more outputs… More outputs should equal more income…
There’s a friction that we should accept- that is that nothing will be perfect and that we will never be enough by our own standards. If we can accept that, our goals and ambitions become less about being and more about becoming.