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Finding Balance – Opportunity Is Knocking

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Jennifer Russo

With everything going on in the world, you may not hear it well, but opportunity is knocking.  

I have been assessing a lot of things lately.  If nothing else, this pandemic has given us time to reflect on our priorities, to see what is important to us and to do things a little differently.  We have realized that life is not guaranteed and that we need to make the most of this time we have. For me, there has been a lot of introspection on whether or not I am actually living the life I want to.  Am I doing everything I am passionate about?  Is my day job giving me satisfaction?  Am I being stifled by responsibility so much that I can’t participate in the things that bring me the most joy?

It occurs to me that we have numerous chances given to us by the universe.  If we aren’t ready to open that door yet, that opportunity may pass us by, but it may also try again later or a different one may present itself.  But what are we waiting for?  Always go with your gut, sure…but also be willing to take some risks.  

I don’t want to be the kind of person who wonders what would have happened if I’d just stepped out of my comfort zone.  The thing about staying comfortable is that there is rarely growth in that single state of being.  We need to push limits in order to become better and we need to notice these chances around us and not turn a blind eye when there is an opportunity to achieve our potential, even if we’re a little scared.  In this case, fear is not a bad thing unless you let it be.  

Do that thing that brings you a fullness of self.  If it works out, great. Some of the most influential people got to where they are because they simply opened a door and ran through it.  And the funny thing about that is, when you go through the door, there will inevitably be another waiting there.  Listen for the knocks.

Namaste.

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