There are so many things I’d like to say, but I don’t say them.

 

I don’t say them because:

  • I worry about saying too much
  • I worry about saying too little
  • I worry that people will hate me if I post too much
  • I worry that people will unsubscribe, because I irritate them
  • I worry that I might share an idea before it’s had time to incubate, and as a result…it’s uninspiring

 

Basically – I worry about things.

But – it’s becoming more and more apparent to me that I find it MORE worrying to have all these thoughts, ideas and (hopefully) helpful commentaries running round my head – never to make it onto a page of some description. I run this business to be of service, yet I can’t be of service if I keep it all in my mind, can I? (Unless my community are mind-readers. In that case, I hope you’ve found the 19,837 thoughts I’ve had today helpful).

I think I fancy switching things up a bit here on the blog.

I think I fancy – experimenting.

(Yep – I just said the scary E word).

I’m fascinated by the ethereal-ness of thoughts, and ideas.

The ones I have today are relevant…well…today.

They may still be relevant tomorrow, and they may have been relevant yesterday – but the fact is, they’re presenting themselves to me TODAY. And I believe there’s a reason for that.

What would everything around me look like if I shared the thoughts I’m being called to share (but don’t, because I’m worried what people think of me?)?

Maybe there would be no change. Maybe sharing more of what’s in my mind will have no affect on my business or community whatsoever.

Or maybe…just maybe…someone, somewhere, will be inspired by something I said, just at the right time.

Don’t you think that inspiration is a thing governed by divine timing? I do. And I think I’d like to honour it for a while, rather than snub it with excuses and procrastination.

I’m going to try my hardest to share my thoughts as-and-when they come to me, here on the blog.

My plan is to publish something new each day, and share the link on Facebook and Instagram.

If you enjoy something I’ve written, and found it somewhat helpful, I’d be so grateful if you could hit the share buttons under every post. You never know when someone needs to hear a particular message, and how monumental the impact could be as a result.

I’m hoping that something positive will come of it. I hope that it will open up new conversations, many of which desperately need to be surfaced.

(If not, though, I’ll just write a blog post about it).ย