I wrote the above to myself in response to a challenge. If you’re like me, you’re afraid to launch into that next thing. It’s good that you’re afraid, because it tells you something: you’re onto something. If it weren’t important, there would be no fear–nothing to be afraid of.
But there are no gains without risks. That next thing you do might well fall flat. Yet you can’t know that.
It might well soar!
The only thing you have to do is try. And failure isn’t failure if you’ve learned something from it.
I’ll leave you today with a paraphrase of something I heard John Eldredge say:
Don’t veil your glory anymore. Let people feel the full weight of who you are, and let them deal with it.
Now, go! Blaze that trail!