Hey guys! So, it’s a bit of a different post today. I’ve been thinking that I want to delve into some more lifestyle posts and talk about real issues that we may all be facing. Or perhaps you know someone who is and I just want to share my opinion on these things! So, let me know in the comments if there’s anything you scrummy lot would like me to talk about.
But to start – I want to talk about RISKS.
There are a lot of times when we are offered risks in our lives that we can or cannot take. Whether that’s professionally or personally – life throws us decisions that we have to make time and time again.
Sometimes these risks can seem overwhelming. If you lovelies are anything like me then you’ll be the sort of person that sits in bed mulling over things time and time again, thinking up these ridiculous scenarios that could or could not (more likely) happen if I take that risk. Or make that decision. But at the ‘ripe’ old age of twenty three, I’ve decided I’m gonna be more of a risk-taker than someone who ponders and worries.
Are you a warrior or a worrier?
I know I’m definitely the latter when I used to be the first. I want that girl back that was on fire for everything and wasn’t such a scaredy cat! So, it’s going to be a scary thing for me to undertake. A lot of the decisions or steps I make could be mistakes – but at least I made them.
Where are you going with this, Morgie?
I’m saying that if there’s a job you wanted that you’re not qualified for or you studied something different than it – study it. Teach yourself. Take the risk and send your cv anyway expressing your willingness to learn! The worst they can do is say no and if they do then there’s something better on the way.
If you’ve wanted to take your blog to a new place or write about new things or start a Youtube channel – do it. You are the only one that can measure your success, babes.
If you like that person, tell them. Again, the worse thing that they can say is no. At least you won’t be turning it over time and time again in your mind – you’ll be able to move on. That’s what all of these decisions amount to; you should ask yourself two questions.
- Is this holding me back?