A few days ago, in this series on What Would a Low Density Lifestyle World Look Like?, I stated Be a Leader, Not a Follower.
In that article, I said how a Low Density Lifestyle world would be one of people with vision willing to take bold action, of being leaders not afraid to follow their dream and not afraid to come up with big ideas.
The challenge though is that even when you come up with a big idea or a vision, fear may stop you from moving forward with it. There will be many excuses as to why you can’t do it, and then fear will paralyze you from even coming close to implementing it.
The mind will often play tricks on you, and come up with all kinds of convoluted reasons for why you can’t do something, using all kinds of twisted logic to keep you from realizing your greatness.
Ultimately, it’s a matter of getting past your comfort zone. It can be very uncomfortable stepping outside of what is known in order to go into uncharted territory. It’s often easier to make excuses as to why you can’t do something, as opposed to just doing something, especially something bold.
So watch the video above featuring athlete Matt Scott. I guarantee that you will be inspired to get out of your chair, put the excuses aside, and take bold action.