How To Take That Risk To Having A Better Life
What Are You Afraid of
Are you happy with the life you now have or are you just afraid to take that risk? I want to explain to you how to take that risk to having a better life as I did over 2 1/2 years ago.
So many people all around the world wish and want a better life, but they fear the word change. They are afraid of leaving their comfort zone and taking that risk that possibly could change their life forever. I was the same way back over 2 1/2 years ago when my best friend was alcohol and I never wanted to leave my friend and try to have a sober and happy life for the fear of living my life without it.
So many people just don't want to leave that comfort zone because they forget what it feels like living outside that box.
Having the life you have dreamed of is in your hands. It is up to you whether you want to stay where you are in life or leave that comfort zone and go outside the box you have been living in. You determine your own life and no one else.
If you want a better life for yourself and your family, you must take that risk and just do anything you can to change the world in which you live now. Anything is possible and I am proof of that.
Regarding my addiction to alcohol, I thought I would be drinking for the rest of my life until that one lonely night in my garage getting ready to open that first beer the voice came and from that moment on my life has changed so much for the better.
I listened to the words of God and he helped me understand that there is more to life than sitting around feeling sorry for myself and drinking like no tomorrow. I then realized I was killing myself and my family and it was time to leave the comfort zone of the alcohol and live life like it should be lived, and do it sober.
So the big thing about taking that risk in life is all up to you. It is how you want to live your life. Are you really happy the way your life is now or do you think there maybe a better life out there waiting for you.
In my case, I knew there had to be a better life, but I was afraid to take that risk and make a change until that night that changed my life and others forever. I had to change my outlook on life and change to a positive person and not be so down and negative on everything.
I needed to stop feeling sorry for myself and leave my addiction to alcohol behind and live life sober.
Anyone can do the same thing if you truly want a better life for you and your family. Take that risk to having a better life and believe me you will never be sorry that you did. There is a wonderful life out there if you have the willingness to make that change.
© 2012 Mark Bruno