Saturday, May 19, 2001
Have your doubts become too comfortable? It’s easier to doubt than it is to do. When you doubt that you can accomplish something, the doubt gives you a nice, comfortable place to hide, a reason for not making the effort.
Yet if you keep piling up one doubt on top of another, soon there’s no room left for your dreams, your goals, your ambitions. When you seek refuge in the comfort of your doubts, you close yourself off from all the positive possibilities in your life. After a while even the comfort fades, as regret sets in -- regret for opportunities missed that will never come again.
If you fail to prove your doubts wrong, they will eventually prove themselves right. Don’t allow that to happen. Get up, get going and make those doubts look foolish. As soon as you start to take action, the doubts begin to fade. The longer you remain committed to your goals, the weaker your doubts become.
Rather than seeking comfort in your doubts, build confidence in your actions.
Ralph MarstonThe richness of life What do you expect?
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