Being fearless doesn’t mean never having fear, it’s about what do we do with the fear. We each have fears. It could be fear of failure or fear of success (Yes there is that fear also).
A big one that I see all the time is the fear of not being Enough –
have enough money for today
have enough money for the future
afraid of the economy
afraid they aren’t perfect
afraid they don’t measure up.
YIKES! That is a lot of Fear. We can’t handle all of that right now in this short time, so today, release one fear.
How about stop being afraid that you aren’t perfect . . . that is the easiest one. Really, I’m not kidding. Perfection is an illusion, and we can spend so much of our time trying to be perfect that we miss out on living. It is a mental release. How about thinking “I’m going to do my best and then move on”, then congratulate yourself.
Today enjoy each moment, do what you need to do. I’m not saying to not do your best, just it doesn’t have to be perfect. Take the pressure off.
Basically just do it, finish it, and move on. You don’t need to tweak it to death (and Yes that one is for me, I can tweak forever).
Whatever you are going to do this weekend, just do it, cook it, watch it, sew it, bake it, wash it… whatever… and realize that the doing is better than it having to be perfect.
You have permission to Not be perfect. SMILE!
Something to think about.
Go Out Make it a Great Week – It is Your Choice!
You asked for it…
Yes! Many of you have asked me for a print / Paperback version of my book
FUN FEARLESS FEMALE
How to Live the Life You Want Instead of the Life You’ve Got
So HERE it is!
You can click here for info about the book or you can go directly to Amazon and check it out.
Thinking of all of you out there this beautiful Friday. As you know I work ‘in’ the home and travel, I don’t have the usual 8-5 job, yet I still really like Fridays. To those of you who are at the end of your week, congrats… you made it =)
Just a little FYI – I watched a good movie last night, The Longest Ride, based on the book by Nicolas Sparks. Sometimes he gets a little too dramatic and emotional, but this one is a nice balance. It features one of my favorite actors, Alan Alda. It’s a two generational love story and is just kinda sweet.
Enjoy and whatever you decide to do – Go out and make it a great weekend!