Live Your Life

“Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears.”
– Les Brown

In October 2011, I wrote my first book Visual Impairment in hopes to help those who are running into roadblocks in their dreams only to fine that I had to learn by experience.  There are times that we get so busy, so wrapped up, so entangled in fear that we forget our dreams and live in mediocrity.  We find ourselves wrapped up in comfort only to find that comfort only last for as long as we don’t move.

Maybe today you are reading this and you’re thinking that you want to do something new, something adventurous, something out of the ordinary. Maybe. You want to quit your day job, start your own thing, go on a long vacation, the list could go on an don. Something that I am learning on this journey that we are on is that life is too short. It is too short to let fear and anxiety have its way with us.

I am sitting here at my desk looking at three books about three totally different presidents. I know. Nerd alert, right? Hear me out. Each of these three men led the country differently. They each led the country in their own way. However, they did not let their circumstances determine if they could be President or not. They did not let what they had gone through in life dictate their destiny. They each took their destiny in their own hands and led by example.

My challenge to you today is do this; 1) get my book, 2) write your story, 3) and live your story. Get out there and go get them! You are too awesome to let someone else have the fun!

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