So, you know that feeling you get when you’re about to do something that seems scary, but you’re trying to talk yourself into doing it? Something you’ve never done before or maybe something that always feels scary no matter how many times you do it, like public speaking or performing, or, if you’re an introvert like me, having to socialize with a group of strangers. You know that feeling, right? Your breaths come short and quick—you try to slow them down but it doesn’t help much—you tell yourself you can do it even though the butterflies in your stomach are desperately trying to find a way out so they don’t have to go through it with you.
Do you know how it feels on the other side, once you’ve done it? Maybe kinda like this.
Life is short. Do it. Jump in. (Trust me, the water’s just fine.) :-)
Hope you’re having a great week, everyone!