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The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step

We are living in unprecedented times. The corona virus Covid-19 pandemic has had as all adjusting to a new normal. Many of the ways we used to do things in the past may have changed forever. We are inspired by this to accept that the only constant in life is change which we must embrace. Enter our blog’s focus are for June 2020 dubbed, “The Journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.”

Where we hope to inspire us all to try something new today.

How is our life enriched by trying something new?
We get to meet new people from our normal day to day routine of life. The more we dare new ventures in life, the more our confidence increases and our fears reduce. We also get to know ourselves more, discover new passions and new loves. As we learn new skills and meet new people. Guess what? – We become more marketable!

These corona times are good if only for one thing, we have been thrown out of our usual comfort zones and have had to think and come up with new ways of doing stuff; forced by circumstances. Yet, we as human beings have the choice and will power every day to purposefully try out new experiences and break the rut of doing the same things the same exact way that we have always been doing them and yet expect change and growth in our life.

What makes us stop from trying out new stuff?
The fear of the unknown of the unknown. Making excuses that everything is okay as it is, that nothing has to change. Even if one sees the advantages of gaining a new habit, thing, venture, etc, one convinces oneself that there is no reason for change. Yet others are plain old lazy, do not like exerting themselves because trying out new things in life calls for some form of learning and exertion. It requires perseverance, desire and seeing the bigger outcome.

Don’t be afraid of new beginnings, of new people, new energy, new surroundings, new challenges.
Embrace new chances at happiness.
Come on try something new today. Make today count.
“Wacha niKwambie”