How To Try Something New

Is there something you’ve always wanted to do, but you just keep putting it off?

 

Here are some tips to help you take the first steps and make it happen:

 

Be courageous

It takes courage to step out of your comfort zone, but once you do things will seem so much easier. Start by taking that first step.

 

Tell yourself you can

Encouraging yourself from within will help put everything in motion. Try telling yourself that you can do this. It will help shift your way of thinking and turn a ‘some’ day into now.

 

Give it a go

Try not to spend too long thinking about doing something, this can lead to overthinking and procrastination. Instead, just decide to give it a go and see what happens, you never know you could be pleasantly surprised.

 

Celebrate

Give yourself a pat on the back and celebrate when you have achieved something new. You deserve to celebrate your accomplishments, large or small.

 

Confidence to keep going

Once you have done something you’ve always wanted to do, the momentum will build, creating more confidence for you to try even more new things.

 

So, go ahead and be brave, for you never know what you can achieve unless you try.

 

By Pamela Sommers

 

Pamela Sommers is the award-winning & bestselling author of ‘Life Lessons from a 40 something…’ and ‘Building Castles In The Sky’.

 

She is also the Founder of SommerSparkle, an award-winning online boutique providing jewellery & accessories for special occasions.

Website: www.pamelasommers.com

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