//It’s never too late to be what you might have been. George Elliot

It’s never too late to be what you might have been. George Elliot

Something for us all to think about. A challenge to our beliefs?

Ask yourself…

Is life still an adventure for you?

When was the last time you mentioned your age?

Have you let “age”  stop you from doing something?

There are times when age matters but…. do we use it as an excuse, is it a real reason to say No? Be honest with yourself.

Trying new things can be hard, scary, challenging and frightening.

Trying new things can be satisfying, make you feel taller, feel good and increase confidence.

For a moment…. imagine…. you have a bag full of TIME with your name on it and when its gone that’s it.

Each day  24 hours are deducted from the bag automatically regardless of whether you use it or not. The balance slowly reducing.

Challenge yourself… how do you use your 24 hours each day?  Reflect on the past week… month… year…

Have you been doing the things you really want to do… ?

dream bikesSome ideas to relight that fire and make every hour of everyday count: 

1.Your passions.

Think about what you really really are passionate about. Start that new hobby,  perhaps plan to startup your own business or community organisation. Many people find running their own business great fun and rewarding.

2. Bucket List.

Get some paper and decide the main areas of your life. Write down everything  you’d like to do. Prioritise and get making those plans. Then DO it.

3. Obstacles and limiting beliefs.

Recognise any barriers you are putting in place and get over them. Anything is possible if you have the desire.

4. Inspiration.

You only need to look around you to see ordinary people achieve great things. Collect inspiring stories and keep them in a scrap book. When you feel it’s “too hard” remember, too hard are just words we tell ourselves.

The reality,  is it’s never too late and rarely impossible.

2019-02-15T13:32:53+00:00February 1st, 2019|Planning Your Next Chapter|