Last Updated on March 1, 2021 by Rob Arthur
You may feel pressure to set goals and reach them quickly.
To know exactly what you want and how to make it happen.
To have it all figured out.
But rushing may lead to a life you don’t truly want.
Never learning who you are or who you want to be.
It’s okay to take your time.
That might not be exciting.
It might not be sexy.
It may conflict with popular messages or narratives.
It is, however, often the best long-term strategy.
To move at your pace.
Getting to know your desires.
Then, learning how to move toward them on your terms.
Not anybody else’s.
This takes patience.
It takes confidence.
It takes courage.
You might draw criticism.
From others, and maybe even yourself.
You choose what matters more.
Or moving toward a life in alignment with your truth.
You are worthy of that kind of life.
Only you can make it happen.
You’ve got this.