When we’re kids, it’s easy to find a reassurance that everything will be ok. Whether it’s the bump in the night, the stressful math test, or the rough first break up, our parents and other adults are quick to remind us that the end of the world is not imminent.
However, adults don’t have that luxury. We’re forced to find our own reassurance when making big decisions and often times people are quicker to tell us the reasons to not do something than the reason to do it.
Sometimes we just need someone to tell us, “It’ll be ok”. We want the reassurance that our big risks are worth it and that all possible negative consequences have been property dealt with and that success is guaranteed.
But of course, you know that no one can ever guarantee you success. Hopefully, you’ll find support from friends and relatives, but at some point you just have to accept the risk and go for it. Prepare, make an educated decision, trust yourself, and make the leap!
It’ll be ok. We’re in the process of making our leap and as you might have read last week, we’re very nervous. However, we’ve prepared for it and now it’s time to leap.