Su Ba wrote:I admire those people who can just walk up to the bull and grasp it by the horns. But I've not been able to do that. Everything I've accomplished since 2001 has been by taking baby steps. Once I force myself to take a dozen wobbly, fearful baby steps on some project, I can then begin to stride out fairly well. It's not that I'd label myself a failed dreamer or a non-self starter type. It's just that I'm hesitant in the beginning. But ya know, here I am 15 years later with a 20 acre homestead farm. That's cool! And guess what!......I'm no longer afraid of failure, of being wrong, or of looking the fool. Working on my dream has been good. Not without bumps, but good none the less.
Timothy Markus wrote:There have been a few times where that was just about all I could do
Timothy Markus wrote:
But reading through the posts really got me thinking and made me really look at how far I've come. I've noticed that I've been feeling much better about where I'm at, which is pretty laughable, but I've tried to put the last 10 years to use as I could. I've had many set-backs but overall I've made a lot of progress.
Mo-om! You're embarassing me! Can you just read a tiny ad like a normal person?
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