“One of the common ways we block success is by refusing to take action on a project or opportunity until we can see the entire pathway from start to finish. We are afraid to start because the outcome is uncertain. While we plan, think, research, and analyze, the opportunity slips away.
Highly successful people take a different approach. They just lean into it—they open themselves to opportunities and become willing to do what it takes to pursue opportunities further, without any expectations. They say “yes” to opportunities, take the first step, and then find out along the way if they want to keep going.”
It’s a Puppy! Watercolor on Masa 6″ x 8″
Okay… I painted this one a while back, but I thought something heartwarming was called for, in light of all the tragedy surrounding us in Oklahoma. It’s 90 miles away, but still grips every one of us.
What is more fun than a puppy? Can you smell her breath from here?
The photo is of Cleo, by OldRockChick at WetCanvas.
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