If we’re going to Try, go All the Way. Otherwise, do Not even Start
Whether we are rich or poor, young or old we all are have some ideas in our thoughts and working on to implement them to make a reality.
But most of the time we dare not to work it out because there are always doubts arise.
Think that we can not handle it and afraid to fail if we do not have enough experience to make it real.
There is always some excuse when we want to let go for something, but that’s not the right way.
For example if we want to go for bungee jumping, there is a brilliant idea for us thus we created a whole lots of preparation in our minds, but in the meantime, it also brings a lot of tension to us.
And before we want to do that act, we also have a lot of nerve to go so high in the air and then jump down.
At the time that we stand up there high in the air and look down, we are preparing to battle against our own nerves so that we can actually jump.
Because the idea is very good but to really execute it we need to have determination and self-confidence to overcome our fear on that moment.
But we are already go far up and start to deal with nerves in our body and then stand up there with trembling legs before we jump.
We should no longer have doubt on ourselves because if we still keep our nerves then it is better not even to start this act.
Because the proverb says “In for a penny, in for a pound”.
I wish you a healthy life.
Author Jan Jansen