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Monday, December 11, 2017

Jim Carrey ~ "You can fail at what you don't want, so you might as well take a chance on what you love."

"You can fail at what you don't want, so you might as well take a chance on what you love." ~ Jim Carrey

This is a life-changing point of view.

I heard Jim Carrey speak these words in a speech I watched him give (via video) 2014 and this resonated with me.

There is no guarantee in any path or livelihood, or any choice we make. Yet so many of us make choices that we don't really want because we feel it's more practical to do so.

But if you really Analyze That belief, you can ask yourself and question, "Why would taking a path that is not joyful, that you don't really want, be more likely to be successful, than choosing a path that does resonate with you genuinely and that is something you actually really want? (Click to keep reading...)

And how do you actually measure success?

If you have a lot of money but your life is not happy, is that success?

What if you have a "solid" marriage, family, home, but you're unhappy, is that success?

Most people will say, "No.", yet make these choices themselves anyway.

And then tell yourself something like I couldn't get a better job than this I couldn't have a better spouse than this or house than this...

Nothing is guaranteed except impermanence. Though if you choose a path for a livelihood or lifestyle that you don't really want that isn't really your optimal healthiest happiest, that pretty much guarantees that you're not going to be happy.

Can you see the truth in that?

You certainly feel happier doing something that's more authentic to you,  rather than something you don't actually enjoy, but you're doing because it's "practical", "it pays the bills."

"It pays the bills, yeah. You got to pay the bills, you know?"

Who would you rather hire?

How would you rather live?

Someone who's pretty good at what they're doing but they have no joy in it.

Or someone who's in love with what they're doing and the joy is emanating from them?

Everything is energy. People can feel your energy even if they don't understand it or recognize what they are feeling.

You can be very practical and be practically, literally miserable.

Or you can just go for what it is you really want and stop caring what others think of you!

Stop telling yourself it's impossible and that you have no other choice.

Self-limiting beliefs really are self-limiting.

Self-limiting beliefs always limit us.

Start caring about what YOU want!

Number one priority. Caring about how you feel and your own Joy.

Too many people think it's selfish or even the lazy to go for your joy and to do the things you want to do. But opposite of being selfish or lazy it's actually the best way to develop self-love which then can develop into genuine love that you can offer others and genuinely openly receive as well.

Pretty much Ain't worth it.

If you thought of your own Joy being as vital to your survival as your own breath, how long would you live without it?

How important would it become? How quickly would you knock it up your priority scale?

What changes would you make right now in your life?

What if you shifted your mindset, and started doing this today? Because the real answer is, if you don't have joy in your day, you're not really living.

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