Stream of consciousness

I am at a crossroads. In the podcast I listened to today, the James Altucher Show, Brian Koeppelman basically says, don’t calculate too much. It’s not that I’ve been calculating so much, but I think I can definitely calculate less. That is all. Hahahah. Basically, let’s move keep moving.

The place I’m in today, it is so easy to take on advice and implement it. Or at least try it out. Before, I got caught in a web of thoughts, debate, wanderings of the mind but I think I’m over that. I feel like I’ve done enough pondering for a couple years and I want to execute. I am executing now. It doesn’t seem like much but everyday I wake up and do the things that are important to me first, before starting work, like even this post, I am executing. I don’t see what it will become, what it will lead to, but it’s too early to get stuck on those thoughts. I just need to keep moving. I need to be prepared for opportunities and ideas, the right people, the right places.

Honestly, I don’t know what I’m doing right now. I have ideas of what I want to do, and I’m doing what I think is the best way to move in that direction. I feel pulled toward different needs and I’m not sure what my priority should be. Maybe I need a mentor, someone to help me figure out what’s right for me.

What I do know is, I need to keep moving. Just. keep. moving. The universe has a way of knowing and expressing the best and good way for me. I trust that. And I trust that I have the eyes, ears, and heart to listen and act accordingly.

One thing I do want to work on is my risk-taking. I’m slightly rusty in that area. I want to be more bold in my decisions and the types of decisions I make. No more vanilla haha. I think I’m too safe. And afraid. That’s okay – in the end, time will tell what I really want if I’m willing to do what it takes.

Debating whether I should post this because it doesn’t have a solid theme. But what the heck. It’s not like I know what I’m doing anyway. Haha!

Happy happy Thursday yo!

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