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Change after taking that big leap of faith

Charl Erasmus      1

Change after taking that big leap of faith

Change is a word which makes most people uncomfortable

Change should not waste time

Time spend on change should be carefully managed.

Everybody needs to take a leap of faith at some stage of their life. This could bring difficult change, but should not stop us from continuing. An easy idea which is difficult to do, is to never look back. We often start something and wonder if that was a wise decision.

Having doubts will slow you down  and waste time. Starting a new venture takes a lot of effort and you should be careful when spending your time. Time can never be recovered and it is our most valuable asset. Everything we do should be focused on using our time in the best way possible.

Change can be scary and fear can be removed by being careful. Everybody is not born careful, but it can be easily learned. It takes time to practice and humbleness to ask for help. Be open to the opinion of others. People who are hard on you, could be great friends. This reminds me of a great story.

I have recently made a change in my life, which is working as a contractor. It would not be easy to explain how hard this decision was.

It is still early days and many questions remain open. There is however something, which I have learned already. Waiting too long, can be worse than making a mistake. I realize now than I have been ready for much longer than I have initially thought. The lesson I have learned is that we can do more than we normally think. Increasing your limits without someone else pushing you is the best approach.

Using this lesson learned, I will now work hard to keep the momentum and not repeat my mistake again. It is more important in some cases like this to build momentum then trying to be safe.

1 Comment

  • Charl Erasmus

    March 28, 2017 at 8:00 pm

    I every time spent my half an hour to read this web site’s articles or reviews all the time along with a mug of coffee.

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