Abstract: The bigger our goal the bigger and bolder the actions we need to take to accomplish it. Yet, many of us stay stuck and incredibly unhappy because we are afraid of the risk involved in taking a bold step. The question we must ask ourselves is ‘what is a bold action for me’? because what is bold is unique to each of us. The results of taking a bold action, however, are universal and are what’s required to create fresh tracks in your life.
There’s no denying it, if we keep doing the same thing we will keep getting the same results.
Feeling unhappy? Stuck in a rut? Frustrated with lack of growth or progress in your vision? Bored? Too busy to even set a goal let alone take action towards achieving it?
We’ve all been there at one time or another in our life. It’s one thing being here, it’s another thing staying here. Getting ourselves out of a negative place and into a space of creating our life – creating Fresh Tracks – requires us to set a goal and start taking action towards it.
The bigger our goal the bigger and bolder the actions we need to take to accomplish it. Yet, many of us stay stuck and incredibly unhappy because we are afraid of the risk involved in taking a bold step.
What does it mean to be bold? It means showing an ability to take risks. Being confident and courageous in our actions. Requiring ourselves to be courageous and daring. It means being willing to accomplish something despite the risks.
It’s inspiring to others to be around bold people. Why? Because bold people accomplish big things. They stimulate movement, growth and energy not only for themselves but others around them. It takes boldness to create Fresh Tracks.
We may admire people that take bold action from afar. The truth is if we want to be the creator of our life rather than simply reacting to what happens to we need to take bold steps.
The question we must ask our self is what is a bold action for me?
Singing out loud in public? Showing our picture on our website? Having a voice and speaking up for ourselves or sharing an opinion? Making a sales call? Asking for money? Quitting a job and risking security to follow our purpose?
Here’s the thing. What’s bold for me is probably different than what’s bold for you. However, the way we feel after we make a bold move, after we push our self and do something risky, that feeling is universal. Taking a bold action creates a powerful sense of strength inside of you. THAT feeling of empowerment and confidence is available to each of us. What’s required is taking the bold action.
One bold move can be the catalyst to creating your Fresh Tracks.
The change that happens is not necessarily in the act itself, but it’s inside each of us. When we take a big, bold action there are feelings that go along with that! Fear is usually one of them.
After that comes the realization that we DID IT. There is confidence, pride, courage and much more. We become a different person. Who we are 'being' changes because we realize we can 'be' more. Be different than we were.
Our job is to capture the powerful feelings associated with the power in ourselves, the “I did it!!!” feelings, and bring that confidence and the vibration of those feelings to the other areas of life we are focusing on.
If we want to create Fresh Tracks, we need to be bold. If we are too afraid to take the next step in our journey, we must take a bold step in another area. Perhaps an outdoor adventure. Or reading at a poetry slam. It shakes up that stuck, fearful energy and just may be the catalyst to the next tracks on our journey.
What is the next bold move you can take today?
About Kelly Robbins
Author of Trust Your Next Step: Creating the Confidence to Cut Fresh Tracks and the podcast http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com, Kelly created her first business over 16 years ago, truly embracing the entrepreneurial spirit. Today she helps others live their divine purpose, live life as a fun adventure, and discovering how to lead the right clients to their door consistently. Join us for a free meditation for your success in business visit http://www.KellyRobbins.net.