No Turning Back

It’s easy to run back to the familiar when things get a little shaky along our path to greatness. It seems now more than ever people are content with straddling lines of comfort and walking in the unknown.

I definitely get caught up with this issue from time to time. It’s just so easy to stick with it what you know. But if what you know isn’t serving the greater good, then you can be sure that it’s most definitely not serving you either.

My advice to myself, burn the bridge that allows me to walk back to my comfort zone when things seem unfamiliar. Draw a line in the sand and take a stance. You either move forward, or stay where you are. But you can’t be both places mentally at once. You can’t serve two masters.


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