I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about how good is good enough, and where you’re willing to draw the line to have the life or business you really want. Is it about having vision, intuition, or skill? Or could it be the courage and leap of faith to make a drastic cut to make room for what‘s coming? You can only decide what’s important and meaningful for what you truly want, and where you want to go. Not something that’s just OK. For now. Until something better comes along or in the meantime.
Do you ever get a feeling in the pit of your stomach when something’s not right – and you know it, but silently sigh and then catch yourself sighing? It’s interesting to stop and listen to what you say to innermost self, quietly when no one can hear. It’s amazing how we justify answers to questions that are tough, and sometimes teeter on the edge because there are positives in every situation or relationship – business or otherwise. The answers you’ll hear are not always true, but they can be safe. They protect you from harm in some way, and make the road easier to travel, and often, tolerable.
Is good enough, good enough? Depends on what’s important to you, and what you think you deserve.
It’s a Universal Law that nature abhors a vacuum, and where there is a void (and a desire) it must be filled.
Making the decision to make space can be terrifying.
Just as you can’t jam new clothes in a stuffed closet, you can’t bring someone new into your life if you’re busy every night of the week. Or, add new exciting clients to your roster, if you’ve got a handful of yucky ones who drain your time and energy.
For just a minute today, think about what you are settling with in your life. The future of your business? Getting rid of a toxic situation that you are so done with? Plans for bringing your company to a new level?
You know what’s important, and ultimately know where you want to go.
It’s powerful to make choices to change.