What Would You Attempt to Do If You Knew You Could Not Fail?

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Dreaming is never enough! You have to take the first step even if it means stepping out of your comfort zone.

Procrastination kills more dreams than failure ever will. Trust me! I know! I’m still dealing with that evil habit! Deal with fear!

Fear is the BIGGEST obstacle to pursuing your dreams. It is crippling and will steal your dreams from under you- you won’t even know when it’s gone. Fear makes you tell yourself that you’ll go after your dreams when you have acquired more skills, or more money, or more time, but the truth is, that will never happen. Only when you can finally move on from your fears and recognize how it is holding you back, then can you begin to move forward.

Ask yourself this question- “What Would You Attempt to Do If You Knew You Could Not Fail?”

So what are you waiting for? Take that first step…

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Free to be



When your soul is broken, it is common to give in to depression, questioning one’s worth and even suicide- I have been through all three. But there comes a time you have to make a conscious choice, a decision only you can make, to start a new chapter in your life, close the old chapter of your past and walk on the path of healing. It will not happen overnight, but God’s grace and strength will guide you. You only have to ask.

With healing comes CONFIDENCE.

Confidence in Accepting and Loving Yourself,

Confidence in being Beautiful, Feminine and Free.

Free to be who God made you to be.

Always be yourself. Never try to hide who you are. The only shame is to have shame. Always stand up for what you believe in. Always question what other people tell you. Never regret the past, it’s a waste of time. There’s a reason for everything. Every mistake, every moment of weakness, every terrible thing that has happened to you. Grow from it. The only way we can ever get the respect of others is when you show them that you respect yourself and most importantly, do your thing and never apologize for being you. — Unknown