Do you ever find yourself settling?
There's that purse you've had your eye on for ages. You know, the Roots one.
(If you're not into purses, just substitute backpack, suitcase, wallet, shoes etc... ;)
It's super cute, red, just the right size, a little tassel hanging off the zipper. It feels so good under your hands.
But instead of buying that purse, you buy another one. It's sort of like it...
It's burgundy, not quite the right size, with a chain hanging off the zipper, you don't love the material.
Do you feel satisfied? Are you happy to carry that purse around? Does it feel right? Do you love it?
Because you settled.
And what happens when you settle?
You usually buy another purse, and another one, hoping to get close to that Roots one. Spending more money, creating more clutter.
I have another video for you this week where I talk about just this!
Now it's your turn!
When do you find yourself saying "I don't know what I want"?
Is it possible that you actually do know what you want?
What would happen if you just let yourself want it?
I want to hear about it in the comments below. It doesn't have to be monumental. It could be that you buy the regular apples instead of the organic ones.
Where do you settle? What would happen if you didn't?
If you like what I have to say, please share it with a friend, especially the one who never orders what she really wants when you go out for dinner. You know the one... ;)
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