Are you afraid of making mistakes?

Are you afraid of making mistakes?

Why are you afraid of making mistakes? Fear of the choice being “bad” keeps you stuck. Accept that you are human. As far as I know, all humans make mistakes. The only ones that won’t give you grace are the ones that have no grace for themselves. So lighten up a bit.

I know some truths that I need to stop denying and start accepting. That unsettled feeling in my gut is there for a reason.

It’s time for me to stop sweeping things under the rug and start having the courage to speak up. I need to tell myself that I am relevant and my opinions matter, and that by standing my ground I can be a positive force for change, because I have something to say that someone out there may need to hear.

I have come to the conclusion that I need to trust my best judgment, stick to my decision, follow through, and let the cards fall where they may.

I think the important thing to realize is that life has a way of working out. Even if we make the worst possible choice, we still have the freedom to make adjustments.

So let yourself try what feels right for you, and don’t worry about making the “wrong” decision. One of the best things I have learned is that the world is a place to explore, and it will embrace you if you embrace it.

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About Esther Bautista

Esther Bautista is an author of six books: Mere Words, Hollywood Hearts,Into My Heart, The Diminishment of Purpose, The Spiritual HSP, and Little Miss Bianca Blue Wanted to Learn to Tie Her Shoes. She lives in California with her husband and two children. Her youngest child was recently diagnosed with Champ 1 gene mutation.

 

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