How To Keep Going When We Don’t Know Which Direction Is The Right One

Moving forward in life at least for me lately has been hard. I don’t really do things like everyone else. At least I don’t think I do anyway. I want to be happy. I want to be successful, mainly with financial freedom, simply because I don’t want to worry about money on top of “worrying” about life! I feel like money is a tool for so many things if we have enough of it.

Now I know, I know, money isn’t everything. I know that if I were to achieve wealth tomorrow it wouldn’t change other feelings I have. I get all of that. I guess, if anything though, money would be at least one thing that I wouldn’t have to worry about anymore. Can we agree?

I keep seeing this “vision”, yeah I’m one of those people. I daydream more than I take action which is most likely my problem. But, I, I just, I just try listening to my gut. Is my gut telling me to fail on purpose or to be lazy at times? No, of course not! But I am however, still very human, like it or not.

I take small action here and there but I struggle to be consistent and to take bigger steps. I still fear what I don’t understand just like everyone else. I’m not invincible, or superhuman, I just believe! Maybe that is my superpower. I don’t know, I just see the world differently, and very deeply.

I know many of you are reading this and might be going, “suck it up.” Then again I also feel like most of you that read anything I write are doing so because you can relate. You know what I feel because you are feeling it too. That is why when you saw the title you clicked on it and decided to read further. I know because I used to do the same thing. In fact sometimes I still do!

I guess what I’m trying to say is that it is challenging. It’s hard living in the moment when you see yourself as something ten times greater than what you feel you actually are. You see yourself as that superhero but you just don’t know where to find a cape in your size.

I know I’m not alone in this, and now you know that you are not alone either. I guess, it’s just frustrating. You don’t want to waste time or waste life but you know you can’t settle either. You’ve been there, you’ve tried that, no sense in beating a dead horse. I mean, part of learning is knowing how to go into a different direction, instead of back down the very same path that lead you up to this point!

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