“The distance doesn’t matter, only the first step is difficult.”
Madame Marquise du Deffand
How do you know how far is far enough? Does it really matter?
Does the distance or degree of difficulty determine what is the right thing to do?
Does how far you have to go define whether or not you should make the journey?
I would strongly argue that if you let distance or difficulty define your decisions then you are choosing to let those things define your life.
It isn’t how far you go that truly matters, it is the decision to make the journey that counts. When you decide not to be limited by outside variables you are freeing yourself to act. Having made the decision to embark you are empowered and enabled to do what really counts. Take action…