Issue No. 579
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Oh, hi friends!

Why do we wait to do things that can get us closer to our goals?

Like when someone offers help — an introduction, or advice, or an olive branch of collaboration.

Sounds great, we think. But maybe later…when the timing’s right. 

When I’m ready.

When I’m worthy.

When I get my ducks in a row.

Why do we wait? 

It’s simple: We’re scared. 

We’re more scared of trying and discovering that path might go nowhere, than sitting right where we are now, dreaming of a maybe. Of a one-day-with-my-ducks-in-a-row. Of a when-I’m-ready.

But put like that, doesn’t waiting forever actually sound scarier than trying?

How can you stop

Remembering this as I was visited by the envy monster a little bit lately. (Doesn't he always seem to come around when you are in a period of not creating something yourself??)

One of the best parts of the Tony Awards wasn’t televised — Billy Porter singing “Everything’s Coming Up Roses” from Gypsy during the commercial break.

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Thanks, as always, for reading.

Love, Kara

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