You know those moments that just inspire you? From watching almost instant photos arrive from Mars to crying over this kid's greatness, life can just rock. For those of you who have been following along either here on the blog or on Facebook or Twitter, you know I'm a pretty positive person. That's how I choose to live my life. The key word there is "choose".
Now why is that? Well, I wasn't always this positive and some days, I'm still not--I'm an actor, for goodness sake. I've posted before about life changes and people always ask me how I do it. It's simple: I made a choice. A choice to not be stuck doing a survival job while waiting for my agent to call me with work. A choice not to make someone else's dream come true but to focus on mine. Instead, I work alongside my agent to find new work (PS: it's my career so I better be responsible for it). I work (although work is the wrong term for something I enjoy so much) my business just a little everyday. I do it for me and the future me. 'Cuz I sure as hell don't want to wake up one day wondering what if. That is more terrifying for me than taking a huge risk. I have only two true regrets in my life and I vowed to never have any more of those.
So I choose to create a life of abundance and one that is mine. And what really rocks about it, is that after a few months of consistent effort on that front, it's starting to pay off exponentially. That's right, my life doesn't add, it multiplies. And that includes financially, artistically, and awesominity. See? I even get to make up words.
So please, do yourself a favour: ask yourself where you want to be in five years and if what you are doing right now will get you there? If it will, that's amazing. If not, change something. Start putting yourself on that path now. You don't want to regret not doing now. And while I have been fortunate enough to make big changes in my life, you don't have to do it that way. Small things in the nooks and crannies of your day multiply (there's that word again) into huge results.
Take the first terrifying step and repeat until it's not scary anymore. It's so worth it.
PS: I'm going to be an aunt (again!) this week!!! Can't wait to meet and spoil the girls...yes, plural!