Diva Rambling: Risk Taking….

Risk taking……

Years ago I was moved by my companies about every three years and over 8 states. Over time I moved 26 times in 42 years. I thought I had enough. Yet, lately I’ve been thinking of moving to some foreign land to volunteer in soup kitchens, hospitals, or some place I could make a difference. Away from the maddening crowds of chaos, backstabbing, self righteous liberals who don’t walk their own talk ever. My focus would be on the elderly, the sick, the hungry and the love of my planet and spirit I once had in my life. Giving, for me, is the best way to get. It always come back to me 10 fold. Those who know me are poo pooing my idea. I’m too old, I’m Crazy (gosh if they are just now figuring that out!!!!), I’m not physically fit enough…. An on and on. I’ve always been a pattern watcher, and adventurer, and a risk taker. Why stop now? I found the little ditty below on risk taking that may serve to fill your spiritual coffers for today. Don’t ever let anyone tell you not to do what your heart knows best. Love you my divas, Namaste, The Queen Cronista

Those Who Can’t Take Risks

  • Those who can’t take risks are so often wary of those who can.

  • They criticize them.

  • They try to talk them out of their madness.

  • They find reasons to justify their own safe, ordinary existence.

  • To them, adventures are unnecessary and avoidable.

  • But those who can’t take risks are sadly unable to live to their potential.

  • They stay the same.

  • They become stale.

  • They cover their ears, avert their eyes and try to protect themselves.

  • They swim in the shallow end.

  • They stay in the same bland cubicle, doing the same bland work for years.

  • They struggle to love and receive love.

  • They struggle to forgive and receive forgiveness.

Every successful person has had critical moments when they took significant risks to get the breakthrough that they were after, ignoring those risk averse people who would have held them back if they let them.

Today, I just want to say, please don’t listen to those who can’t take risks. And please, please, please don’t become one.” https://betterlifecoachingblog.com/2018/05/29/those-who-cant-take-risks/

Better Life Coaching Blog /Darren Poke

This personal development blog is written by an experienced Life Coach to equip, encourage and inspire people to take meaningful action and make a positive difference in the worl

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