You need to recognize that the risk of moving towards your dreams is much lower than the slow, everyday punishment you inflict on yourself by suppressing your dream. ~ Me Robbins.

We live on autopilot by default and fail to use the activation energy required to try something new. Since following TEDx several years ago, I’ve come across some really inspiring talks; most of which really hit close to home.  There are a few lessons highlighted in this one by Mel Robbins, an ivy league educated criminal lawyer, and one of the top career and relationship experts in America.

But the lesson that really perked my ear was the on our interpretation of feeling stuck. In it she says, feeling stuck does not mean that  we are broken, it simply means that our mind is craving exploration and is bored with being in a routine………stuck in a rut.


Dream big, dream often……….Have a Terrific Tuesday……..


©Etta D. Richards

2 thoughts on “Terrific Tuesday

  1. Knowing your “Personality Type” Myers-Briggs, for example, is very good instrument to get to the weak links that you need to work on. For example, I operate in the safe zone. Not a big risk taker as it relates to career movements. My tendency is to play it safe, get the steady check, stay in the lighted areas (so to speak). It is such a mental struggle to want to own a business, for example but fear the pitfalls of entrepreneurship or move into a job and entertain all the fears that go into not knowing the “job,” moving out the comfort zone. Then you get into the Imposter Syndrome.

    Thanks for a great post!

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