What do I want to do next????

May 16, 2016

I’ve finished the MDS, I’m writing the book about it, which is actually going really well, I’ve written over 20,000 words and I think my progress will be quick. I’d love for the book to come out on the 1st August. That’s the date I’m working towards anyway.... 

 

The podcast is ticking along really well. I’ve got incredible guests coming on to share their stories.

 

I honestly can’t wait to get them on, adventure travel writer Lois Pryce, the incredible ultra runner Nikki Kimball, who shares about her running career as well as dealing with depression for her whole life.

 

These women are incredible and every time I speak to a different one I’m inspired and it makes me think about what I want to do next?

 

What do I want to achieve? 

 

What do I want to do?

 

What do I want to do for my own personal growth?

 

What would I do if money wasn’t an option?

 

I keep asking myself these questions and I’m just not sure!

 

I’m getting to the point were I am paralysed by my inability to make a decision. 

 

I use to be so decisive. I use to know exactly what I wanted to do and how I was going to do it. I don’t know if I’ve lost that ability or I’m just more conscious of time, and not wanting to mess up, or make a mistake, or fail. 

 

I’d love to row an ocean, I’d love to run a big trail, or do an epic hiking adventure. I want to train to become a personal trainer and I want to learn more about; gender, women, feminism, and equality. 

 

I’m at a real crossroads, about the direction I want to take. I just don’t know what the correct ting is to do.

 

At the same time I want to grow and develop Tough Girl Challenges, I want to grow the audience of the Tough Girl Podcast and to get a sponsor for the website. 

 

There are pro and cons to each and I suppose I just have to work my way through them and try to decide what it is I really want to do.  That is probably the key point - me!!

 

I was interviewed for another podcast recently called the Kick Ass Podcast and at the end Michael asked me a fantastic question - What advice would I give my 20 year old self and this question really got to me.

 

I wanted to go back, and not to necessarily change the past, but I hoped my advice would change someone else’s future, but maybe the person who should be listening to that advice is me!

 

Maybe I need to listen to my own advice and change my future and not care what other people think, because life if too short and you have to do what you want to do. 

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