Taking that chance

I was out all evening yesterday and short of time today. So this is only a very brief follow up to my blog post on commitment to change.

I had a coaching session today and something that came from it was that I am at a point in my life where I don’t have a great deal of responsibilities on the grand scheme of things. No children, no partner and I don’t have a mortgage. The only thing that could stop me from taking a chance is the fear of the unknown and leaving the familiar behind.

The time is now.

Well, not literally now but I have given myself a deadline of next March to move on.

I don’t know what this will look yet. It may need to be a temporary stop-gap while I’ll try and get my coaching up and running. I’d also like to try my hand at writing in some shape of form. I haven’t given this any real thought yet though.

I do know this is the best opportunity I will have to take a relatively risk free chance to change. I don’t want to be sitting right here in ten years time having not given it a go, wondering what if. I don’t want look back when I retire and wish ‘if only’.

I want to know. I’d rather try, fail and get back up again than never try.

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