How to Live the Life You Know You Deserve and Desire

live the life you deserve and desire

Let me ask you something…

If you could do anything for work, what would you do?

And before you answer that question, let’s just say…

 — Money isn’t an issue.
— Your experience isn’t an issue.
— Your family isn’t an issue, either.

You can literally do anything you want. There are no limits here.

When you wake up in the morning, you get ready for the day, and then leave your house (or stay home) to do… what?

What’s that dream job you’ve always wanted to do?

I bet it doesn’t take you very long to answer that question.

Because deep down, you know what you really want.

And you’ve known about it for quite some time.

Which leads me to my next question…

Are you doing it?

Or at least moving closer to doing it?

Are you taking steps every day to make that ‘dream job’ your real job?

If you’re like most people, probably not.

And unfortunately, those ‘fantasies’ will likely be as close as you ever get.

But don’t you deserve more?

Don’t you deserve to love what you’re doing?

Don’t you deserve to make those ‘fantasies’ come true?

The obvious answer is Yes — you do deserve all of that, and MORE!

You have one life to live and you should spend it doing something you love.

Otherwise, what’s the point?

To pay bills?
To grow your savings?
To feel safe and secure and never take risks?

Fuck that.

Grow some balls.
Go after your dreams.
Take the shot.

Go to bed at night knowing you gave yourself a fighting chance.

No one’s going to do it for you.

And no one’s going to wait for you to do it, either.

The reality is…

You can have anything you want if you put in the work to go and get it.

You can be as sure of that as the setting sun.

So stop making excuses.

There are no excuses!

There are only the limitations you create inside your mind.

It’s time you start living the life you know you deserve and desire, yes?

So pull up your cotton socks and go out there and fucking get it.

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