Catalysts for making changes in our lives vary from one person to the next, as well as for each person. It could be a life changing event or something as normal as when a parent becomes an empty nester (me, right now).
The steps outlined in this TED article are an excellent tool to help guide through the process of deciding whether or not to make a life change. Even if a catalyst hasn’t presented itself, the opportunity to make changes is ever present. Start by asking yourself, “Lying on my death bed, in the last few moments of my life, what will I regret NOT doing?”
Life is short, people. There is never a better time than now. Don’t let your life live you.
Here’s something you might want to consider tattooing on your forehead: What we fear doing most is usually what we most need to do, says productivity guru Tim Ferriss. To do or not to do? To try or not to try? Most people will vote no, whether they consider themselves brave or not. Uncertainty and…