Getting Started (Again)

There is no limit to how many times you can “begin” again.

There’s no denying that it’s frustrating to “start over” again and again and again.

We feel embarrassed and sometimes even ashamed. Because of those feelings, we keep our plans to ourselves, telling fewer and fewer people. Although it’s not required that we tell people, but the down side of not discussing what we want with those supportive to us is if no one knows what we’re doing, it makes it easier for us to back out and “save face.”

The reality is the one person who really matters does know; that’s us. WE know we’ve let ourselves down. WE know that we’re not doing what we want to do. And there’s no one else more important than US when it comes to changing.

It’s inevitable; you’re going to slip up. You’re going to fall down. But the key to success is getting up more times than you fall.<

Get up. Keep going. Start again.

No one is keeping count.

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