An object in motion stays in motion. Enter: coffee
I dialed the phone and left a voicemail confirming the intimidating project, because all my favorite things have come from saying “yes” to fear
I got in my car and drove to the nearest New Balance with fierce determination to find a new pair of running shoes, because I wanted to feel the joy of sunshine on my face and pavement underfoot
I walked into the coffee shop on a Monday morning and pulled out my camera and shot whatever I could find, because I wanted to be creative for no-one other than myself
I pulled out my credit card, typed the numbers and booked the solo-trip to Colorado, because I wanted to be able to say “I have” rather than “I wish I had.”
I’ve been thinking and talking a lot about goals this week. More specifically, I’ve been talking about the little goals. The things that move us one step forward and make our lives just 1% better. Sometimes it’s a simple as making that doctors appointment you’ve been putting off and other times it’s a little bigger. Whatever the goals may be, I find it gets a lot easy to knock ‘em down when you take them one at a time. You don’t become a doer by doing everything at once, you become a doer simply by doing.