We are all born with intuition, our sixth sense. Although it is less tangible than the other five senses, it is far more valuable.
Not being true to ourselves is being afraid of who we are. We are literally trying to run away from ourselves in order to avoid rejection.
Like a chess player we deliberate and ruminate over every major decision we’re faced with because we know that a single misstep could cost us dearly.
So many of us have become stuck in a holding pattern because we are waiting for someday. But while we are waiting for someday, life is passing us by.
There are many paths to success; failure is just one of them. Many of us leave this path too soon because it is far more difficult than the path of mediocrity.
The most difficult people in our lives are the ones that have the potential to teach us our greatest lessons—if we let them. Don’t play the blame game.