2.5 Saying What I Can’t Say

I want to tell you things. I want to explain what’s going on, and why it may be happening. I want to tell you all the awesomeness, what I can see on the horizon, and why it’s imperative that you listen very carefully… But I can’t.

 

It’s not that I don’t want to (I”ve already told you that), it’s that I don’t think you can understand. Even if you did it doesn’t make it impactful or important to you, it just makes it  story… like another page in a book. I am definitely not assuming you’re stupid or you can’t handle it, but explaining part of a map to someone who has no idea the terrain before or after them is like explaining to a blind person the color teal.

 

What I will say is this: I have been wrong, I have been right. It’s ok to be unsure of where you are or of what you might be doing. It’s ok to be hesitant or even reluctant, but eventually you have to make a choice. You have to pick ONE. You have to choose.

 

That choice leads to more choices and those choices lead to a mountain of potential choices, but it all starts with one. Just One.

 

I’d like to recommend you a book if you’ll have it. You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life by Jen Sincero. Just do it. I can’t explain it to you, but I hope you see what I mean in it’s proper context 🙂 Good journey!