At the end of a long week, it is everyone’s wish to wind down and not have a worry. However, that isn’t always the case, is it? The end of one week signals the start of another. The top of one mountain is the bottom of another.

Where am I going? Read on…

I have a friend who loves posing challenges which are supposed to rouse and steer me in an uncharted direction. It is my hope and prayer that you have a similar friend! The prodding of this friend causes self-reflection and the domino effect of trying out a ton of new things. It is this journey that I write of today.

Trying a new thing doesn’t always need finance…for example, finding a different route to work and back home (I once lost my way home after doing this, but I had much fun from the surprise that it could actually happen!). You could also go watch a movie of a genre that you may have purposely avoided (within limits of course). I won’t get into the science of it, but trying new things is also a way of keeping yourself engaged in your life and that of your dear friends. 

Are you gifted? We may never know until you try…

Are you a master chef? We may never know until you try…

Are you a motivational speaker? We may never know until you try…

Are you a master salesman? We may never know until…

I started by likening every week to a mountain that one must summit. You must summit it if you want to grow. The journey of summiting involves a lot of emotion and self-control, because derailments are always there…procrastination is always lurking somewhere.

May your friend always prod you..

May your friend always push you to the summit..

May you prod back..

May you give a push back..

While you are reading through, I hope you have a new experience waiting for you to try it…I hope that you have a friend to cheer you on.

“Somewhere between the bottom of the climb and the summit is the answer to the mystery why we climb.” —Greg Child


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