Don't be afraid to give up the good to go for the great."
~ John D. Rockefeller
It takes a leap of faith to be willing to let go of a good situation in order to move towards a great one.
When things seem fine, but inside there is a knowing that “there is MORE than this,” that feeling, is the indication that you need to be brave enough to take the leap of faith to give up the good, in order to move into your greatness.
When there is a calling inside, telling you there is more, it is easy to numb that voice and ignore the deep intuition. However, the intuition does not go away. It stays, and keeps calling out to you. It would seem so obvious to follow it, but somehow fear of change, lack of faith, and fear of taking a leap, keeps people in “so-so” circumstances.
So how do you take a leap?
A leap is just that—you just do it. It involves risk. The risk is, that in that very moment there is no certainty of your outcome, there is no certainty that your leap will take you to your goal. However, the ability to live in that uncertainty is what separates the great from the good, and the so-so.
If you are willing to hang out in the zone of uncertainty you will certainly learn some profound lessons, and probably end up in a better place than ever imagined.
I have taken the leap several times, and so far, every leap has always brought me to a richer place.
I challenge you to take that leap that your soul desires. As Rockefeller says be willing to let go of the good to move into your greatness.
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