Feeling afraid of the unknown or what’s going to happen next about everything is a natural feeling for all of us. I guess if each of us has a choice whether we better not have any idea about the future or find out everything before it happens, we’ll surely choose the latter.
After I watched this movie entitled, “Always be my Maybe,” I decided to write a post about it since I can relate to its story in some ways. I don’t want to spoil you the entire movie because some of you might haven’t seen it yet. All I can say is it’s all about being afraid of making changes, taking chances and do not worry because things will fall on its right places.
I can honestly say that sometimes, I’m also afraid of taking risks. The idea of trying new things and not knowing where will it bring me once I take that road is terrifying! Yet, my bravery along with my curiosity is what makes me proceed to do it. It’s refreshing when I’ve finally conquered it! It’s fulfilling as well that it makes me very proud of myself because I believe that taking risks is what makes me a stronger person. It allows me to know what I’m capable of and it makes me happy.
Believing in ourselves that we can do everything will make a difference in how we live our life. We can be more mature than we are right now, it can boost our confidence and figure out where we really belong.
Sometimes, what we tend to fear of doing is where we really should be. No matter how hard we avoid our fears, the universe will find its way to let us know that we have to face it. So, let’s stop making excuses! We just need to have faith in ourselves and take one step. Worrying too much will never bring us any good. Just take one step and let it lead us to where we truly belong.
Thank you so much for reading!
Change The Strategy, Not The Goal
It’s Okay Not To Know Everything
2 thoughts on “Taking Risk Is Good For Us”
Yup, anything great is never achieved in our comfort zones, and the necessity to take risks is what helps us grow. Of course, it’s easier said than done though. I myself have taken risks out of necessity—I’d changed careers three times—and I wouldn’t have found my true passion of writing had I decided to stay in my comfort zone. I enjoyed reading this piece. Thanks for writing, Danielle!
LikeLiked by 1 person
That’s cool! I experienced changing careers too multiple times but I still go back to what I really love to do which is writing. 🙂 You’re welcome, Stuart!