The greatest adventure you could ever go on is calling you.
It’s the greatest adventure of your life in fact. It’s an adventure that could change your entire life.
What would it take to answer that call even if you were scared?
What if you could have a dream that wasn’t under control? What if you could begin a voyage that would never end? What would that look like? How big could you dream?
Winston Churchill once famously claimed, “To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.”
Churchill has it right as it really is all about changing and improving upon your life constantly. If you can adapt and adjust to situations and prevent yourself from getting too attached to things you can really take things up another level.
The journey of a lifetime isn’t a journey really to anywhere in particular but rather a commitment to seeing what you could really do with your life.
Maybe that deep fear is of being alone, not being important enough, or failing to make an impact on the world. Perhaps that deep fear is only something that you actually know within and have been scared to tell any other person. But when you confront that fear and dedicate the rest of your life to a mission, it subsides and the chances of life open up in front of you.
Stop running from your fears and life will continue to surprise you in the best ways possible.
Many might think this idea is pure moonshine, but I have seen it occur with my own eyes in my own life and to the various lives of others I have coached professionally. When you face your fears and come to a decision to go on a journey, you become the hero of your own story. You give yourself the chance to be consistently surprised by life and live in precisely the way you’re fully free from your greatest fears.
So what will it be today? Fear or adventure?
Evan Sanders is a fearless adventurer, professional life coach and writer. He is on a mission to incite the hearts and minds of those around him and help them live their best lives. Read more of his work at The Better Man Projects and throw yourself into these Quotes About Strength for some more inspiration and motivation.
“The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.” Sylvia Plath
When we start to doubt ourselves, our whole world starts to fall apart. That’s a pretty powerful statement, but if we truly dive into the after-effects of what takes place when doubt crawls into our lives, it truly does occur. We can even take it a stage further in regard to chasing dreams. Since the playing field is even more competitive, and doubt comes into our minds, that’s when it really does spoil everything or seems to put a total stop to everything we’ve ever wanted in this life.
You see, dreams demand everything from you. They demand your total attention, work ethos, eagerness, integrity, and eagerness to sacrifice a good deal to gain them. But when you start doubting your dream and what you’re doing in life, you aren’t giving it your all.
When you hear someone talking of a dream, there’s this sense you get from them that they know something is going to occur despite great amounts of uncertainty surrounding the entire thing. There’s a built in sense of belief that roots itself so deeply in that person that they can’t probably be defeated. That’s true faith.
But when you hear someone who is talking about their passions, and you get the sense that they are slightly on edge about it all, you can be pretty sure that they’ll never achieve what they set out to do. It’s not that you are rooting against them, but it’s that you know dreams take everything and giving it less than that, well, it just won’t work out in any way. So pour yourself into what you adore and let doubt vanish from your mind. Others may say it’s not practical but the unthinkable has been achieved many many times throughout history.
Give it a go. Anything could happen.
Evan Sanders is the author of The Words Of Encouragement, a website dedicated to bringing the best quotes, motivational content on the web, and blogs all to one place. Interested in what else Sylvia Plath has to say about life? You can really learn a lot by going through these Sylvia Plath quotes. It’s not my usual type of post, but there’s some real wisdom in these quotes.
What if you could really have a dream that wasn't under control? What if you could begin a journey that would never end? What would that look like? How massive could you dream?
Winston Churchill once famously said, “To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.”
Imagine going on the grandest journey of your life that was deep rooted in the indisputable fact that you were going to change every day. You would discover new deep things about yourself constantly, continually bring new people into your life and dive into the depths of your heart you have never entered before. This journey would decide every single day you lived and guaranteed that you were always growing and deepening. This great adventure is possible but it is right around the corner after you confront your deepest fear. Possibly that deep fear is of being alone, not being important enough, or truly failing to make an impact on the planet. that deep fear is only something that you actually know within and have been frightened to tell anyone else. But when you confront that fear and dedicate the rest of your life to a mission, it subsides and the chances of life open up in front of you.
Fantastic things really begin to happen for you.
Life at once starts to shape and form marvellously.
And dreams, well, those dreams you’ve really always had turn into a reality.
Many might think this idea is hooey, but I’ve seen it occur with my personal eyes in my personal life and to the various lives of others I have coached professionally. When you face your fears and opt to go on a voyage, you become the hero of your own story. You give yourself the opportunity to be consistently suprised by life and live in precisely the way that you’re fully uncontrolled by your great fears.
So what will it be today? Fear…or adventure?
Evan Sanders is the author of The Words Of Encouragement, a website dedicated to bringing the best quotes, motivational content on the web, and blogs all to one place. Made the decision to go on a great journey? Try on these quotes on change to keep you motivated!