Are you willing, able and ready for change? Change can be daunting. It means giving up what you know, for the unknown and that can be frightening - or exciting - whichever way you choose to look at it.
Of course, life can seem complex - and it's certainly not simple or easy. Everyone on the planet has a different value they believe in - so that's 7 billion different angles to see life from.
Some are mutually complimentary.
Some are bound to contradict.
But that's the fun of life - surely?
Take a look at it from a different angle. Have you ever been to the fair? What's your favourite ride? Sitting safely on a wooden horse, going up and down, and round and round while playing sweet lullabies in your ear? Or, do you fancy the rocking, rolling, stomach churning rollercoaster - the one that goes off in every direction you ever thought possible?
Whichever you choose, think of that as a metaphor for your life choices. The roundabout is safe. It stays on the same track and doesn't give you any surprises. The rollercoaster presents another life track all together. Swirling round and about, up and down, at times your stomach feels as though it's in your mouth. If you choose to go outside your front door, you'll find that life is like the latter. With 7 billion people on the planet all thinking different thoughts, you're bound to collide with something that either grates with you or mates with you.
Some people are willing to make the difference in their life.
Some people will their lives to be different.
Yet others don't feel able to face the fallacy that they think their life is.
If you do want to change, there are avenues for you to pursue. There are opportunities for you to take. And if you don't know where to start, there will always be someone who can give you a helping hand on your way to a different life.
So, if you are ready, if you believe you have had enough of sitting on the same old roundabout and believe you have enough confidence in you to want to change, don't put it off until tomorrow. It's true what everyone says, 'tomorrow never comes'. And, instead of saying "yes, but ...", say to yourself "Today's the day I'll make that change."
Even if it's a small one.