THE DARING ROMANTICS
EPISODE NO. 8
at the stroke of midnight on new years eve, we’ll all be given a fresh start and a clean slate. but, after we’re done celebrating — what will we do with the gift of “newness” that we’ve been given? will we sacrifice our old ways, habits, and mentalities in order to fully receive the fresh start and the infinite possibilities that come with it?
or will we forfeit the new beginning, the fresh start, and the hope of possibilities for a few more moments of familiarity, for what we deem as “safe + secure”, and for what is comfortable and known?
when the clock strikes midnight — we have a choice. we’ll be at a fork in the road.
we can do what we’ve always done or we can do something different. we can react to life or we can be proactive. we can stick with what’s familiar or we can dare to venture into the unknown. we can take the “easy” road or decide to muster up all the courage within us, take the hard road, and fight like hell against the obstacles we’ll meet.
if we want this year to be different--
we must choose the latter: we must do something different (something we’ve never done before), we must be proactive, we must venture into the unknown, and we must fight like hell on the hard road.
if we truly want to experience victory and a realm of infinite possibilities—then we have to allow hope to transform us — to change the way we do things, to die to our old selves, to embrace newness + to hold onto it like our lives depend on it.
because, in truth — our lives do. how we interact with this fresh start will have a direct impact on our futures— who we become, what we’ll accomplish, what we’ll experience, and the legacy we leave behind.
this week, on the daring romantics podcast — it's a new years revolution. i'm sharing 5 things that you can do to make sure that 2018 is better than your wildest imagination. you're on the brink of something good, something beautiful, something wild — don't miss out on it!
these five things are going to be the "secret sauce" to your success.
take a listen— and, let me know what you think about the last one. ;) k?
cheers and xo's,