What Was I Thinking?

What was I thinking when I made a commitment to write a blog post every day?

I am writing a book.
I am putting together course work and programs.
I am creating videos and content for those who have asked to hear from me regularly.
I do my best to share inspiration and insight on social media channels every day.

And hell, the last few commitments I’ve made to myself around writing have NOT held together. Why would I even try again?

Why do we ever try again?
What are we ever thinking? Really?

We’re pushing for the moon, the stars. In my mind, I’m pushing for the expansion of the universe itself; maybe even a creation of a new one. I’m stretching myself from ease and comfort into realms of the unknown, and the way I do it is through action.

So what was I thinking?

I was thinking I could do it.
And that the only person who could stop me is me.
And that I wouldn’t be able to change my fundamental beliefs that may hold me back from doing it until I actually tried to do it.

Change doesn’t happen conceptually.

It happens in action.
It happens consciously.

So what was I thinking?

I was thinking it was time [NOW] to try.

What is it time for you to try?