Challenge Yourself

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“The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.”
Eleanor Roosevelt

Changing up our day-to-day routine to fit in a little bit more excitement is difficult. We are settled in our routine because it is easy and manageable – we know what to expect.

But admit it, it is boring. Your routine leaves you feeling complacent and content – but you would like to spice things up a bit but you are a little afraid to.

Sitting back and letting routine steer is not going to take you to heights you have always dreamed of reaching. Challenging yourself, setting goals, facing the facts, coming to terms with reality and living your life – that will fill you up and satisfy you.

Start small, maybe it is to find a lower car insurance rate or talk to someone you secretly admire. I get a big kick out of little victories like these.

Do something kind for someone you do not know. They do not know your name, where you are from or where you are going, but your kindness matters to them – and they do not forget it.

Make a to-do list for your future self. Think about where you want to be in five years from now – and what you need to do in order to get there. Think about the type of person you want to be, where you want to call home and what you hope you will achieve professionally by then.

‘This is your time, your moment so make the most of it. Be awesome, push yourself, challenge yourself and make this year your best year ever!”
Ricardo Housham

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